Orange and SFR could face sanctions from the French regulator Arcep after they failed to meet requirements for rolling out 2G.
UK regulator Ofcom has identified very high frequency bands that can be used for forthcoming Internet of Things applications.
UK regulator Ofcom is proposing consumers and businesses self-install repeaters in a bid to improve indoor coverage.
The British Government has announced plans to uncork fresh spectrum, build a connected and driverless cars centre, and develop its own 5G services as part of its 2016 Budget.
The Global mobile Suppliers Association has formed a global spectrum group (GSG) with a view to taking a more active part in lobbying for spectrum for telcos.
Deutsche Telekom and Inmarsat's planned in-flight broadband network will begin testing this year, with the construction of LTE sites now underway.
French regulator Arcep has launched a new observatory to track network coverage in remote parts of the country, with Bouygues Telecom and SFR in the spotlight.
Western Europe is lagging so far behind the rest of the world when it comes to LTE coverage, that Europeans' chances of connecting to a 4G network are little better than a coin flip, new research has found.
The European Commission has laid out its proposals to allow operators to launch mobile broadband services on the 700MHz band by 2020.
Europe could wave goodbye to 3G before 2G disappears, the GSMA has claimed, as operators look to refarm existing holdings to feed growing LTE data usage.
Spectrum is the lifeblood of the mobile industry, with operators ever eager to get their hands on more. But a former Ofcom executive has claimed that instead of suffering from a bandwidth deficit, huge amounts of their holdings go unused every day.
Freeing up 700MHz spectrum for operators' use will be one of the European Commission's priorities for the Digital Single Market in 2016, according to an EC vice-president.
French regulator Arcep has signalled an end to current roaming agreements within the country, after launching a consultation into network sharing.
Ericsson, Qualcomm and Red Technologies have launched what they claim is the "most technically extensive pilot" of licensed shared access (LSA) technology, using spectrum provided by the French Ministry of Defence.
Nokia and Qualcomm have co-founded a new organisation aiming to enable LTE connectivity from unlicensed wireless spectrum.
The UK faces a spectrum crunch if it cannot resolve numerous threats including lack of supply, tensions between industries and the public and private sector, and an increasingly globalised market, the UK Spectrum Policy Forum has claimed.
Ofcom has postponed its upcoming auction of 2.3GHz and 3.4GHz spectrum in the UK following threat of legal action from the owners of O2 and Three UK.
The GSMA has hailed the outcome of the World Radiocommunication Conference (WRC) as a "major step forward" for the telco industry, after it identified three bands for mobile broadband use.
Operators across Europe will be able to take advantage of the 700MHz band, after the ITU allocated the spectrum for a globally harmonised solution.
The GSMA has reiterated its demand that mobile operators should be given sub-700MHz spectrum, but attacked "misinformation" suggesting it is calling for an end to traditional broadcast TV.
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