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Europe could learn from India on spectrum allocation Vodafone

2017-10-13 02:00:00| Total Telecom industry news

Given Vodafone's recent tax-related issues in India, it was perhaps surprising when on Wednesday a company executive spoke out in favour of the regulatory regime there, intimating that Europe would do well to follow in the country's footsteps when it comes to spectrum allocation. Speaking at Connected Europe 2017 in Lisbon, Vodafone Group public policy head of spectrum Stephen Pentland gave a resounding "yes" to the question of whether it would be possible to have a single market for spectrum across Europe, although he admitted that most people in the industry do not agree with him…read more on TotalTele.com »

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