3Novices:EU states push back against 25-year wireless spectrum licences

Germany and Italy are among 15 European Union member states pushing back against a proposal to set a 25-year minimum on wireless spectrum licences, thwarting the telecoms industry’s hopes for a more coordinated approach across the bloc. The European Commission has tried for years to coordinate how national governments allocate so-called wireless spectrum or parcels of airwaves to mobile operators such as Vodafone , Deutsche Telekom (IOB: 0MPH.IL – news) and EE to create a single European telecoms market. Telecoms companies have also long called for a more coordinated spectrum policy.
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