The 5G network operated by the Polish mobile operator Plus now reaches a total of over 7 million people. Employing over 1,000 base stations, it covers all 16 of the country’s voivodships.
The Slovenian regulator AKOS has announced a tender for 5G frequencies.
The Greek state has raised a total of €372,261,143 in a 5G tender started in September and organised by the regulator EETT.
Greece will launch a tender for 5G frequencies this Wednesday, December 16.
Sky Deutschland and Vodafone Deutschland are testing the use of the new 5G mobile network standard as part of the pre- and post-coverage of a live 2nd division Bundesliga football match for the first time.
German pay-TV broadcaster Sky Deutschland and mobile network operator Telefónica O2 Deutschland will use elements of 5G Broadcast for a live sports production for the first time.
Slovakia’s Regulatory Office (RU) has closed the auction for frequencies in the 700 MHz band, as well as the remaining ones in the 900 MHz and 1800 MHz bands.
A1 has launched a 5G network covering central areas, residential districts and business locations in the Bulgarian capital, Sofia.
Hungary’s Metropolitan Court has dismissed a case brought by Digi Communications against a decision by the regulator NMHH to exclude it from an auction for 5G frequencies.
The Spanish cable operator Euskaltel has signed an agreement with Orange that will allow it offer 5G services to its customers on Orange’s network as a MVNO from January 1, 2022.