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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 …


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 …


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 …


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 …


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 …


World Radio Conference 2015 Q&A: the ITU’s perspective

27 October 2015


The World Radiocommunication Conference in Geneva in November 2015 will provide a rare opportunity for governments from around the world to agree new international spectrum allocations for the mobile service. The ITU plays a vital role in the global management of the radio-frequency …


GSMA WELCOMES BALTIC GOVERNMENTS’ COMMITMENT TO HARMONISING SECOND DIGITAL DIVIDEND FOR MOBILE BROADBAND

20 October 2015


London: John Giusti, Deputy Chief Regulatory Officer, GSMA, commented on the outcome of the Baltic Sea Summit regarding the Second Digital Dividend (700MHz band), which took place in Helsinki today: “The GSMA applauds the Finnish Ministry of Communications for spearheading …


An Assessment of the Growth of the Broadcast Market in Sub-Saharan Africa

27 September 2015


This report provides an outline assessment of the growth of the broadcast market in sub-Saharan Africa and its implications for spectrum allocation. The overall conclusion is that, based on projected future demand for TV channels, there are a considerable number …


GSMA WELCOMES EUROPEAN SUPPORT FOR MOBILE BROADBAND GROWTH BUT URGES FURTHER ACTION

21 September 2015

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European Conference of Postal and Telecommunications Administrations (CEPT) Supports Important Spectrum for Mobile But Should Demonstrate Greater Flexibility Ahead of WRC-15 London: John Giusti, Deputy Chief Regulatory Officer, GSMA, commented on the outcome of the final meeting of the European …


GSMA URGES ARAB STATES TO MAINTAIN FLEXIBILITY IN SUPPORT OF MOBILE BROADBAND GROWTH

03 September 2015

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Limited Spectrum Made Available for Mobile by Arab Spectrum Management Group Ahead of WRC-15 London: John Giusti, Deputy Chief Regulatory Officer, GSMA, commented on the outcome of the final meeting of the Arab Spectrum Management Group  (ASMG) in Rabat, Morocco …


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