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Portuguese mobile operators call for lower spectrum fees

Monday 28 January 2019 | 13:03 CET | News
Portuguese telecom operators want the government to reduce the fees for the use of mobile spectrum before proceeding to the allocation of licences for 5G technology, reports Publico. Without this, Vodafone, Nos and Altice claim future licenses would be less attractive and their ability to invest in innovative networks and services would be reduced. 

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