Optus has "successfully acquired a variety of new metropolitan licences for its customers in the 2300 MHz and 3500 MHz spectrum bands," for better metro coverage and 5G preparation.
The sale of spectrum has been completed with Optus and Telstra, TPG, the wholesale operator of the National Broadband Network, NBN Co, and Vodafone, all securing spectrum to be used to help them meet what they say is rising demand for mobile and fixed wireless broadband services. Telstra was the dominant buyer of spectrum, shelling out $72.5 million.
At the 8th Global Mobile Broadband (MBB) Forum held on 15 November in London, Huawei's "Position Paper on 5G Spectrum" presents its 5G insights and recommendations while calling for spectrum harmony.
Don't sweat it, all good
My apologies, I did not mean to give that impression.
still expensive and rubbish
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