Giraffe has high hopes for 4G

9 Jan 2019

Ukrainian wireless broadband operator Intellecom (trading as Giraffe) has had its 2300MHz band licence extended for five years by telecoms regulator the National Commission for State Regulation of Communications & Informatisation (NCCIR), reports Liga.net. The company is also considering the option of participating in an upcoming open tender for a transition to 4G LTE technology, for which the NCCIR is expected to conduct a reassessment of the value of frequencies in the band. Giraffe currently provides wireless broadband access based on WiMAX and Canopy systems.

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