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GSMA URGES INDIA’S TELECOM COMMISSION TO REDUCE SPECTRUM AUCTION RESERVE PRICES

28 April 2016

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Setting Realistic Prices Will Pave the Way for Lasting Economic and Social Gains London: John Giusti, Chief Regulatory Officer, GSMA commented on the importance of adjusting the reserve prices for India’s forthcoming 700MHz spectrum auction to meet the Indian Government’s …

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Spectrum Strategy Management Group

23 February 2016

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Socio-economic benefits of greater spectrum policy harmonisation in the EU

01 December 2015

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This report presents research conducted by the management consultancy Arthur D Little and the GSMA that examines how differences in spectrum policy across EU Member States impact the availability and take-up of mobile broadband services, and therefore how greater policy harmonisation could improve the quality, …


GSMA COMMENDS ALLOCATION OF ADDITIONAL SPECTRUM FOR MOBILE BROADBAND AT WRC-15

27 November 2015

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27 November 2015, Geneva: John Giusti, Chief Regulatory Officer, GSMA, commented on the outcome of the International Telecommunication Union (ITU) World Radiocommunication Conference 2015 (WRC-15) and its identification of additional spectrum to support next-generation mobile services: “We welcome the decisions …

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NEW GSMA STUDY EMPHASISES IMPORTANCE OF DIGITAL COMMERCE, ACCESS AND PAYMENTS FOR GROWTH IN PAKISTAN

24 November 2015

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Mobile Operators, Payment System Enablers and Government Partnerships Play Significant Roles in Developing Pakistan’s Digital Society Islamabad: A new research report produced by the GSMA, ‘Building digital societies in Asia: Making commerce smarter’, indicates that for Pakistan to harness the …

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GSMA URGES GOVERNMENTS TO SUPPORT CO-PRIMARY ALLOCATION OF SUB-700MHZ SPECTRUM FOR BROADCAST AND MOBILE AT WRC-15

18 November 2015

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London: John Giusti, Chief Regulatory Officer, GSMA, reiterates the benefits of agreeing a co-primary allocation for mobile and broadcast in the sub-700MHz spectrum band at this month’s World Radiocommunication Conference (WRC-15) in Geneva: “The sub-700MHz UHF band (470-694MHz) could prove …

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NEW GSMA REPORT REVEALS ECONOMIC BENEFITS OF C-BAND SPECTRUM FOR MOBILE BROADBAND

03 November 2015

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US$440 Million Would be Generated in London and Shenzhen Alone Hong Kong – The use of additional C-band spectrum for mobile broadband in London and Shenzhen alone will generate an additional US$440 million (€400 million) of economic benefit whilst protecting …

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GSMA URGES GOVERNMENTS TO SECURE FUTURE OF MOBILE INTERNET AT WRC-15

02 November 2015


Urgent Action Needed to Allocate Spectrum for Mobile or Risk Capacity Crunch Geneva: The GSMA marked the start of the World Radiocommunication Conference 2015 (WRC-15) by calling on governments across the world to allocate the spectrum required to drive continued …

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GSMA WELCOMES MULTI-COUNTRY SUPPORT FOR SUB-700MHZ SPECTRUM FOR MOBILE BROADBAND AT WRC-15

29 October 2015


London: John Giusti, Chief Regulatory Officer, GSMA, commented on the submission of multi-country proposals in support of spectrum for mobile to the International Telecommunication Union (ITU), in advance of the World Radiocommunication Conference (WRC-15) in Geneva next month: “The GSMA …

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NEW GSMA REPORT REVEALS GLOBAL ECONOMIC BENEFITS OF AN L-BAND MOBILE ALLOCATION

29 October 2015

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Opportunity for Asia Pacific to Align With Rest of World to Create Globally Harmonised Band London: The GSMA has published a new report outlining the global socio-economic benefits that could be realised with the identification of L-band spectrum (1350-1400MHz/1427-1518MHz) for …

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