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Nos and Vodafone launch legal action against Anacom 5G strategy

Monday 14 October 2019 | 09:08 CET | News
Vodafone Portugal and Nos have filed lawsuits against the National Communications Authority (Anacom), holding the Portuguese regulator responsible for the delay in the development of 5G in the country, according to Jornal Economico. The operators question how Anacom is managing the impasse with Dense Air, a company that refuses to return the 3.5 GHz frequency spectrum, necessary for the development of 5G in Portugal.

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Categories: Mobile & Wireless
Companies: Anacom / Nos / Vodafone Portugal
Countries: Portugal
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