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Michael Meyer, Partner and Managing Director at The Boston Consulting Group – Measuring the cost of nonharmonised spectrum

16 July 2012

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Moderator: Natasha Beschorner, Senior ICT Policy Specialist, World Bank

16 July 2012

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Dr Robert Pepper , Vice President for Global Technology Policy – New projections for data demand

16 July 2012


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Asia Pacific can unlock US$1 trillion in GDP through spectrum harmonisation for mobile broadband

09 July 2012


A graphical look at the impact of regionally harmonised ‘digital dividend’ spectrum for mobile. A delay in the release of harmonised spectrum of even 1-2 years, to 2015 or 2016, would mean significantly less job creation and GDP growth, according …


The Economic Benefits of Early Harmonisation of the Digital Dividend Spectrum and the Cost of Fragmentation in Asia

09 May 2012

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In 2010, GSMA and The Boston Consulting Group released a report on the social and economic benefits of allocating the 700 MHz band to mobile broadband in the Asia-Pacific region. Based on a rigorous and conservative proprietary methodology, we identified …


The Socio-Economic Benefit of Allocating Harmonised Spectrum in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia

30 April 2012

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The Kingdom of Saudi Arabia (KSA) would receive considerable socio-economic benefits from the release of harmonised spectrum in the 700/800 and 2.6 GHz bands for use by mobile operators to deliver next-generation mobile broadband services. In particular, KSA would see: …


Radio Spectrum

24 April 2012

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Digital Dividend

17 December 2011

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The Benefits of Releasing Spectrum for Mobile Broadband in Sub-Saharan Africa

01 December 2011

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Mobile broadband has the potential to strengthen economic growth and social development in sub-Saharan Africa (sSA). But demand will be limited by the current supply of spectrum for mobile use. This research, commissioned by GSMA and conducted by Plum Consulting, …


900MHz and 1800MHz Band Refarming Case Study — France

30 November 2011

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This study presents the experience of France in refarming its 900 MHz and 1800 MHz mobile spectrum bands. Making more spectrum available for LTE services will help mobile  operators that want to offer better coverage and higher speeds to their …


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