20 companies have applied for the direct allocation of 5G spectrum from India’s Department of Telecommunications (DoT).
Romania has sold licences in the 700 MHz, 1500 MHz, 2.6 GHz and 3.6 GHz bands, yet 24% of the total spectrum remained unsold.
The country has now awarded 2 out of 3 pioneer 5G spectrum bands.
The Spanish competition regulator CNMC has published a draft law which proposes reserving spectrum for private networks.
Various players including local authorities, universities and mobile operators have received licences.
BIPT is consulting on a proposal to open up the 3.8-4.2 GHz band for 5G private networks.
The move is part of a government initiative to allow companies that aren’t telecom operators to build private 5G networks.
Lithuanian regulator RRT has now awarded two out of three 5G pioneer bands.
The Irish regulator ComReg is considering these licences after it was forced to delay its formal auction following legal action.
Lithuanian regulator RRT has confirmed that it has sold all licences on offer in the band.