It's been a year since Ofcom flogged off chunks of 28GHz spectrum at bargain-basement prices, but 12 months on there's not a lot happening at the top of the dial. One chunk of spectrum in that area has changed hands: last week Urban WiMAX bought 110MHz of Greater London spectrum off Red-M (who acquired the licence as an asset of …
£60K for a regional licence is in the rich kids toy range. Surely some rich geek would like a slice of spectrum in their local for personal use.
So the UK big-boys (in Telecom traffic, (BT) aren't ) interested in the Bandwidth? Is this not saying how useful, this Bandwidth is?
It behoves me to observe that only (?) in the UK might a public asset be foisted on to the public at hugely inflated costs in a manner and a way that Sgt Bilko would be extremely envious of.
Never heard of Google?
"Fastnet Spectrum Holdings appear to have vanished entirely". It took me 20 seconds to find that they haven't vanished at all, but are actually part of fastnetbroadband.
Paris, because she probably can't use a search engine either.
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