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UK Networks Get Permission to Refarm GSM Spectrum for LTE Services

The UK's mobile networks have been granted permission to refarm their existing GSM and 3G spectrum for use by LTE services. more

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UK Operators Pick up 4G Licenses at Lower than Expected Prices

The UK's 4G auction has completed, and the regulator, Ofcom has announced that it sold the licenses for a total of £2.34 billion -- significantly lower than the expected £3.5 billion that the government had expected. more

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UK Operators Step Up Efforts to Avoid LTE Spectrum Interference

The company set up by UK mobile networks to deal with 4G spectrum interference has named former Nokia Siemens Networks executive, Simon Beresford-Wylie as its CEO.  more

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Three UK Confirms it Wont Charge a Premium for LTE Services

UK based Three has announced that if/when it secures an LTE license in the ongoing spectrum auction, then it will not be charging a premium for the 4G service. more

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UK Regulator Proposes LTE Services in 900Mhz Spectrum

The UK's telecoms regulator, Ofcom is considering loosening the rules around the use of radio spectrum, to permit existing mobile spectrum holders to reuse their spectrum for LTE services. more

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UK's 4G Spectrum Auction has Started

The UK's 4G spectrum auction has started today with seven companies bidding for chunks of radio spectrum. more

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UK Regulator Names Bidders in its 4G Spectrum Auction

The UK's telecoms regulator, Ofcom has named the bidders taking place in the country's LTE spectrum auction next month. more

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Ofcom to Release 4G Spectrum Sooner than Originally Planned

The UK's telecoms regulator, Ofcom has announced that it will be releasing Digital Dividend radio spectrum sooner than it had planned in order to speed up the deployment of LTE based services. more

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Early LTE Launch in the UK Facing Legal Challenge

Plans by UK based Everything Everywhere to launch LTE services using its existing 1800Mhz spectrum could face a legal threat from rival mobile network, O2. more

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UK Operator Granted Permission to Offer LTE Services in 1800Mhz Bands

UK based Everything Everywhere has been granted permission to reuse some of its existing 1800Mhz spectrum for LTE services after waging a fairly intensive PR campaign to support its application. more

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