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Kenya issues new spectrum policy

Tuesday 5 September 2017 | 08:10 CET | News
Kenya's ICT ministry has drafted a Wireless Broadband Spectrum Policy that will enable all internet service providers (ISPs) and all mobile network operators to be subjected to a new law as the government moves to overhaul the existing spectrum management framework. According to Standard, the policy seeks to level the playing field in distribution and make it easier for smaller firms to bid for and deploy wireless broadband services. 

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Categories: Mobile & Wireless
Companies: Airtel / Safaricom / Telkom
Countries: Kenya
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