UK regulator to put spectrum on open market

The UK's telecom regulator, Ofcom, plans to let spectrum trade on the open market. The move is designed to let spectrum be valued more realistically and open it up for more flexible use. Ofcom estimates that roughly half the spectrum in the UK goes unused. This means that spectrum is nowhere near as scarce as current regulations make it seem.

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