DT bosses not wild about BNetzA’s rights extension conditions


BNetzA proposals, outlined last week, would let Germany’s three major mobile players avoid a lot of the cost of re-acquiring licences due to expire next year.

This article includes:

  • Organisations: 1&1; Bundesnetzagentur (Federal Networks Agency/BNetzA); Deutsche Telekom; Telefónica Deutschland (O2 Germany); Telekom Deutschland (TDE); Vodafone Germany.
  • People: Ralph Dommermuth; Tim Höttges; Christian Illek; Margherita Della Valle.
  • Themes: 5G; Frequency rights; Mobile broadband; Mobile network deployment; National roaming; Network and infrastructure; Open radio access networks (open RAN); Regulation; Spectrum; Spectrum auctions; Usage rights.
  • Geographic: Europe, Germany.

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