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Belgian govt wants 5G auction to create fourth mobile operator

2018-06-13 10:55:00| Telecompaper Headlines

(Telecompaper) The Belgian Minister for Digital Agenda Alexander De Croo wants to a fourth network operator to compete on the Belgian mobile market. The minister is calling for the 4G and 5G license auction next year to make way for this. The mobile market is currently divided between Orange, Proximus and Telenet. Countries with four mobile networks have lower prices for mobile data, higher data usage and more investments, the minister said in a news report.

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