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India 5G licensing on the back burner

India’s telcos may have got the go-ahead to trial 5G services, but it could be some time before they have 5G spectrum for commercial use in their possession.

The rise of telco brand value

Larger enterprises have been eyeing up attractive private 5G networks, and DIY deployments that would once again demote the telco to ‘Dumb Pipe’ provider.

O2 and Vodafone trade UK 5G spectrum

O2 and Vodafone have entered into a UK agreement to trade spectrum holdings in the 3.4 GHz-3.8 GHz band to create more efficient frequency blocks for 5G rollout.

Dish gambles on Faustian pact with AWS

Nascent US MNO Dish is the latest telecoms company to go all-in on the public cloud, entrusting Amazon Web Services to handle its entire 5G network.

Rakuten decides to compete on price, again

The Japanese greenfield operator Rakuten Mobile has seen its low-price strategy driving fast subscriber growth, so it has decided to double down on its iPhone 12 offers.

European 5G coverage on the up

Europe may not have been the first region in the world to launch commercial 5G services, but its mobile operators are working hard to roll out the technology.

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