LTE licensing in 2017, says Ukrainian regulator

29 May 2015

Having completed the long-delayed 3G UMTS licensing in February this year, Ukraine’s National Commission for the State Regulation of Communications and Informatization (NCCIR or NKRZI) plans to issue 4G LTE mobile licences in 2017, BizLigaNet reports. NCCIR head Alexander Zhivotovskiy said that the regulator will announce a road map for LTE licensing soon, which will involve necessary frequency band revisions.


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