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Australia’s Telstra has announced the availability of NB-IoT connectivity over its commercial LTE mobile network, augmenting its existing LTE-M (Cat M1) IoT services which went live in 2017 with coverage... more
T-Mobile US has launched the country’s first ‘off-the-shelf’ NB-IoT service package. The Magenta-branded NB-IoT plan is initially priced at a promotional USD6 a year for 12MB of 64kbps data traffic... more
Dutch telecoms giant KPN has announced that it has activated its new LTE-M (Cat-M1) IoT network at several locations in The Hague and Rotterdam. According to the telco, LTE-M technology... more
Vodafone Germany has initiated ‘extensive’ NB-IoT network coverage across the city of Dusseldorf, and has begun deployment in Berlin (with a commercial launch in the capital scheduled for January 2018).... more
Belarusian telco velcom has launched NB-IoT network services in Minsk, claiming a country first. NB-IoT coverage extends across the entire capital city from launch, velcom announced, with usage of the... more
Hong Kong’s Communications Authority has issued guidelines for applicants competing for new five-year Wireless Internet of Things (WIoT) Licences in the 920MHz-925MHz frequency band. Applicants’ proposals should include a three-year... more
T-Mobile Poland has announced the launch of its first NB-IoT-enabled base stations, located in Gorzow Wielkopolski, adding that it will deploy more live NB-IoT sites around Poland in the next... more
The Nikkei Asian Review reports that the Ministry of Internal Affairs and Communications (MIC) in Japan will revise its spectrum allocation process in a bid to encourage new players to... more
T-Mobile Austria has claimed a national first with the commercial launch of its NB-IoT network, initially in St. Polten, which the cellco said became the first Austrian city to be... more
The US Federal Communications Commission (FCC) has announced the allocation of additional wireless broadband spectrum above 24GHz. A new 1.7GHz portion of millimeter wave (mmWave) spectrum for ‘terrestrial 5G wireless... more