MEPs endorse plans to free up spectrum for 4G

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All member states must free up the 800MHz frequency band for 4G services by 1 January 2013

Representatives in the European Council have endorsed plans drawn up by the European Parliament and Commission stipulating that all member states must free up the 800MHz frequency band for 4G services...

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