O2, Vodafone, EE and Three splash out £1.35bn in bidding bonanza for 'next generation' mobile airwaves



Four of Britain's biggest mobile networks have secured new airwaves for 'next generation' 5G mobile broadband services, telecoms watchdog Ofcom reveals.
Vodafone, Three, O2 and EE splashed out £1.35billion in the first stage of bidding for mobile airwaves, which will come in handy for anyone who uses their mobile to access the internet.   
O2 also won blocks of 2.3 Ghz airwaves that can be deployed immediately to boost capacity for 4G services.
US-challenger Airspan Spectrum Holdings was the only bidder to come away empty handed in the first stage of Ofcom's auction process.
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5 April 2018 in Business, Views: 45
Source: Daily Mail
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