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The Nigerian Communications Commission (NCC) has said it will roll out the Fifth Generation (5G) technology in August. The Executive Vice Chairman, NCC, Prof. Umar Danbatta, said this at the 90th Edition of Telecom Consumer Parliament (TCP) held on Thursday in Lagos. Danbatta said that NCC, through the support of the Federal Ministry of Communications...

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The telecoms spectrum is a limited but essential resource for the provision of telecommunications services. The Communications Regulatory Authority of Namibia wants to optimize the management of this resource. The Communications Regulatory Authority of Namibia (CRAN) has announced that it will review its frequency bands every four years, in line with new guidelines from the International...

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The Communications Regulatory Authority of Namibia (CRAN) has revealed it intends to review its frequency band plan every four years, The Namibian reports. Speaking at a public consultative meeting about the watchdog’s spectrum assignment strategy for 2022 to 2024, CEO Emilia Nghikembua said this would involve amending frequency band allocations and regulations as required, following due regulatory...

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Telecommunications company Telkom and regulator the Independent Communications Authority of South Africa (ICASA) today reached an out-of-court settlement, bringing an end to the High Court litigation over the licensing of high-demand spectrum. In a statement, Telkom says according to the settlement agreement, ICASA will commence with the licensing of the spectrum that remains unassigned in...

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Telkom has decided it will press ahead with its legal action against communications regulator Icasa’s spectrum auction, despite the risk that, if it’s successful, it could lose access to spectrum it secured through the recent licensing process. The partly state-owned telecommunications operator also warned investors on Monday that its free cash flow year to date is...

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The Independent Communications Authority of South Africa (ICASA) has confirmed the successful conclusion of the main stage of the IMT spectrum auction, with the assignment round to determine the actual spectrum ranges scheduled to be held on 22 March 2022. The auction involved six qualified bidders – Cell C, Liquid Intelligent Technologies South Africa, MTN, Rain Networks, Telkom...

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Communications regulator Icasa has completed the auction of high-demand spectrum for mobile broadband services, raising R14.4-billion in proceeds for the national fiscus, significantly above the R8-billion anticipated. Vodacom and MTN were by far the biggest spenders in the auction, agreeing to cough up more than R5-billion each for access to bands that will allow them to...