UK regulator puts strict conditions on LTE spectrum auction

Ofcom, the United Kingdom's telecoms regulator, has decided the forthcoming LTE spectrum auction will come with strict conditions for how much spectrum operators can purchase, causing some operators to protest, while others have welcomed the move. Article

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