Regulator approves E-Plus request to use 900 MHz for data

Friday 17 December 2010 | 09:55 CET | News
German telecommunications regulator BNA has given permission to KPN's German subsidiary E-Plus to use its 900 MHz frequencies for data, according to German newspaper Die Welt. E-Plus has 900 MHz frequencies, which were limited to voice services, but BNA has decided that the operator may offer data services at 25 antenna locations using the 900 MHz frequency. During the large frequency auction in June, E-Plus missed out on the 800 MHz that can be used to provider mobile internet in rural regions. The operator filed an application at BNA to use 900 MHz for mobile internet. BNA president Mattias

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Categories: Mobile & Wireless
Companies: BNA / E-Plus / KPN
Countries: Germany
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