Ericsson: Ofcom 2.6GHz auction

Ericsson: Ofcom 2.6GHz auction

Ericsson believes the 2.6GHz auction plans set out by Ofcom, the UK regulator, could devalue the spectrum on offer. “There is a danger of spectrum fragmentation, which will take years to sort out,” says Mikael Halen, director of government & industry relations for the Swedish supplier. Ericsson believes the 2.6GHz auction plans set out by Ofcom, the UK regulator, could devalue the spectrum on offer. “There is a danger of spectrum fragmentation, which will take years to sort out,” says Mikael Halen, director of government & industry relations for the Swedish supplier. Ericsson believes the 2.6GHz auction plans set out by Ofcom, the UK regulator, could devalue the spectrum on offer. “There is a danger of spectrum fragmentation, which will take years to sort out,” says Mikael Halen, director of government & industry relations for the Swedish supplier. Ericsson believes the 2.6GHz auction plans set out by Ofcom, the UK regulator, could devalue the spectrum on offer. “There is a danger of spectrum fragmentation, which will take years to sort out,” says Mikael Halen, director of government & industry relations for the Swedish supplier. Ericsson believes the 2.6GHz auction plans set out by Ofcom, the UK regulator, could devalue the spectrum on offer. “There is a danger of spectrum fragmentation, which will take years to sort out,” says Mikael Halen, director of government & industry relations for the Swedish supplier. Ericsson believes the 2.6GHz auction plans set out by Ofcom, the UK regulator, could devalue the spectrum on offer. “There is a danger of spectrum fragmentation, which will take years to sort out,” says Mikael Halen, director of government & industry relations for the Swedish supplier. Ericsson believes the 2.6GHz auction plans set out by Ofcom, the UK regulator, could devalue the spectrum on offer. “There is a danger of spectrum fragmentation, which will take years to sort out,” says Mikael Halen, director of government & industry relations for the Swedish supplier. Ericsson believes the 2.6GHz auction plans set out by Ofcom, the UK regulator, could devalue the spectrum on offer. “There is a danger of spectrum fragmentation, which will take years to sort out,” says Mikael Halen, director of government & industry relations for the Swedish supplier.

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