Spectrum Refarming

Mobile broadband: It’s about the spectrum, silly
Early access to spectrum for mobile broadband in the so-called ‘C-Band’ is feasible, and likely to generate significant economic benefits, according to an independent report by Plum Consulting, commissioned by Ericsson, Huawei and Qualcomm Technologies.
AsiaPac telco community gets a spectrum slap from GSMA
The GSM Association said it is disappointed that the Asia Pacific telecommunications community has not identified sufficient spectrum to meet growing consumer demand.
Bye-bye 2G: Singapore telcos to stop services April 2017
M1, Singapore Telecommunications (Singtel) and StarHub will stop all 2G (Second Generation) mobile services in Singapore with effect April 1, 2017.
Digi aiming for 45% population coverage for LTE by year-end
Digi.Com Bhd is aiming for its Fourth Generation/ Long-Term Evolution (4G LTE) network to cover at least 45% of the population by year-end.
TM targets year-end to launch mobile services
Telekom Malaysia (TM) CEO Zamzamzairani Mhd Isa expects its mobile offerings to be launched at the end of 2015, but declines to answer a question about unlimited data offered for its mobile offerings, a nightmare scenario for TM’s competitors if it does so.
Data, more spectrum drivers of Digi’s future
It may have introduced a brand refresh, with a new tagline and new brand pillars, but it is still data and the mobile Internet that is driving Digi forward.
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