The 17 July Recap

A recap of the week’s telecoms talking points. In the UK Ofcom decided to cap the total ownership of spectrum by any single comapny at a higher level than operator Three had hoped, prompting extensive moaning and a threat of legal action that could delay the UK 5G process. Meanwhile in the US tech companies were protesting at the proposed repeal of net neutrality regulation, which could result in ISPs favouring some internet traffic over others.


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