Italian watchdog recommends cutting red tape to ease 5G mobile network deployment

Friday 4 January 2019 | 09:49 CET | News
Italian antitrust and competition watchdog AGCM is urging policy makers to take action at regional and national level to bring down barriers faced by network operators in installing mobile infrastructure, such as masts and small cells. In its analysis, the watchdog has identified excessive administrative procedures and requirements put in place by local and regional authorities, impacting the time and cost needed for new network installations. This creates unnecessary barriers to market entrants and to deployments of new generation networks such as 5G, potentially harming Italy's position

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