BT faces 4G Ofcom auction challenge

BT faces 4G Ofcom auction challenge
 

Ofcom has proposed a cap on some of the newly available 4G spectrum it is preparing for auction, which would prevent BT from bidding.
The spectrum, formerly used by the Ministry of Defence, will provide 4G services for mobile companies.
The communications watchdog has suggested that a 42% share could be the largest one mobile company could own.
BT, which includes mobile network EE, currently owns 45%. Vodafone owns 28%, Three 15% and O2 12%.
These figures, provided by Ofcom, account for the existing spectrum available for "immediate use". The addition of the extra spectrum would... read more

 
21 November 2016 in Science &Technology, Views: 55
Source: BBC
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