UK's 5G spectrum auction opens

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EE, O2, Vodafone, Three and Airspan open the bidding

Britain's main mobile telecoms operators have begun bidding for a share of newly released airwaves that they will be able to use to augment 4G services, and to use for new 5G services when they rol...

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