The Independent Communications Authority of South Africa (ICASA) has extended the deadline for comment on the licensing of three bands of in-demand spectrum that can be used for next-generation mobile service.
ICASA says the extension was due to requests from interested stakeholders who now have until 30 October to comment. The closing for the initial submission was 16 October.
Last month, ICASA published an ‘information memorandum' that provides guidance to prospective applicants that wish to apply for licensing of the 700MHz, 800MHz and 2 600MHz bands. These bands are in particular high demand from mobile and wireless operators, which need them to deliver high-speed broadband services.
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