After being one of the first telcos in the world to roll out an LTE network at 1800MHz, Telstra is now seeing the Global Mobile Suppliers Association championing the cause.
Shareholders of Australian communications equipment maker NetComm (ASX: NTC) have approved a change of name to NetComm Wireless to reflect the company's shift of focus away from fixed line and consumer communications technology to wireless equipment for telcos and the machine-to-machine market.
The ACMA is planning to use a combinatorial clock auction for the sale of 700MHz digital dividend spectrum and the 2.5GHz spectrum presently used for TV outside broadcast relays: both expected to be highly sought after to meet burgeoning demand for mobile broadband capacity.
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