InternetNZ calls for deferral on digital dividend decisions

Thursday 10 November 2011 | 02:47 CET | News
New Zealand internet advocacy group InternetNZ has called for a deferral in key decisions about the allocation of the 700 MHz digital dividend spectrum. The group is urging the government not to make decisions until there is certainty that the government's preferred technology direction is mainstream. "The current timeframe has Cabinet making initial allocation decisions in April 2012. It is doubtful that the pre-requisite international decisions will be made by then, in particular the APT (Asia-Pacific Telecommunity) Band Plan," InternetNZ chief executive Vikram Kumar says. InternetNZ's

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Categories: Mobile & Wireless
Companies: InternetNZ
Countries: New Zealand
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