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The EU is opening up 120 MHz. of spectrum currently used for 3G services for deploying 4G...

The EU is opening up 120 MHz. of spectrum currently used for 3G services for deploying 4G services. European carriers such as Vodafone (VOD), France Telecom (FTE), Telefonica (TEF), and Telecom Italia (TI), who have generally dragged their feet on deploying 4G, should be glad to hear that. Earlier this year, the EU signed off on freeing up spectrum used for analog TV services for 4G purposes by Jan. '13.
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  • Nessuno
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    Going from 3G to 4G.....yeah, so?
    6 Nov 2012, 05:21 PM Reply Like
  • kaptain haddok
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    they can charge 10-20 percent more for 4G. FTE with Deutsch telecom own EE in the UK - the first 4G service in the UK. it means improved margins per user. Now being rolled out to france and other countries.
    11 Nov 2012, 06:47 PM Reply Like
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