Racsa to return frequencies to telecom regulator

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Costa Rican operator Racsa has asked the telecom regulator Sutel to terminate the contract for a frequency block for which it was awarded a concession, reports El Financiero. Racsa plans to return 5,713 MHz in total, including microwave frequencies (5,925-6,425 MHz) and frequencies that can be used for 5G (5,850 to 6,425 MHz). The regulator has already advised the government to undertake the necessary procedures in order to get back the idle spectrum.

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