You wouldn’t begrudge the mobile industry for taking their time scrutinising the latest Ofcom proposals for the perennially delayed 4G auction. The proposals run to some 295,000 words across almost 750 pages of text. As one operator put it: ‘It could have been a bit less opaque.’ But while the latest Ofcom report was criticised, mainly by Everything Everywhere, it seems to have achieved a rare feat in not displeasing the wider mobile sector.… Read more
Everything Everywhere and BT Wholesale have been granted the abilty to continue testing 4G LTE high-speed mobile broadband bycommunications regulator Ofcom.
The 4G trial, which is based in Newlyn East, Cornwall, started in October of 2011and will now continue until June of 2012.
The summer date coincides with the finish date forO2′s 4G trial currently going on in central London.… Read more