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Monday, September 3, 2012

Everything Everywhere confirms it’s selling some 4G-ready spectrum to Three UK

Everything Everywhere has confirmed a much-rumoured agreement to transfer a 2×15MHz slice of its 1800MHz spectrum to Three UK. Ofcom has recently given the go-ahead for this frequency band to be used for 4G services.

The transfer was required by the European Commission when it approved the UK merger of Orange and T-Mobile in 2010. Ofcom and the European Commission will now review the deal, with a response expected by the end of the year.

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