The allocation for the frequency spectrum for mobile communication services in the Republic of Croatia has been completed, both at the national and county level.
The South Korean government said on Friday that it will cancel the spectrum that was allocated to local telecommunications companies for their 5G deployment, citing their underinvestment in the sector.
The tender procedure for the 800 MHz, 900 MHz, 1800 MHz, 2100 MHz, 2600 MHz and 3600 MHz frequency bands starts in January.
The breakthrough ushers in the next phase of 5G on British Telecom’s EE mobile network, opening up new capabilities for enterprises and enhancing the overall customer experience.
The new round will auction about 8,000 county-based licenses in the 2.5 GHz spectrum band – mostly in rural parts of the United States of America.
Croatia raised almost HRK 359 million at the public auction for 5G frequencies, significantly exceeding the initial expectation of HRK 300 million in concession fees for the use of the spectrum for the new generation network.