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Digicel to expand 4G coverage in Trinidad after spectrum grant

16.10.2020
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80 new sites will address gaps in rural coverage

The Telecommunications Authority of Trinidad and Tobago (TATT) has awarded Digicel a 10MHz block of spectrum in the 700MHz band, reports telegeography. Although the block is ‘half of what is needed’ for the future, the company will now go ahead and activate 200 existing 700MHz-capable sites in the next few months, while 80 planned new sites will extend rural coverage as ‘the world has changed’, says the operator. According to the news site the distribution of the 700MHz band has been anticipated since 2013.

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The Telecommunications Authority of Trinidad and Tobago (TATT) has awarded Digicel a 10MHz block of spectrum in the 700MHz band, reports telegeography.

Theme:
Infrastructure and Spectrum: 5G and next generation networks
Region:
Americas
Series:
Regulatory Watch
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