Mobile companies seek more info on expiring frequency licenses

Analysis

Hungary's three mobile telecommunications companies told MTI they are keen to learn more from the National Media and Infocommunications Authority (NMHH) about its plan regarding expiring frequency licenses. NMHH told mobile companies on Monday that it did not intend to extend automatically frequency licenses when they expire in the coming years. Telenor Magyarország communications director István Kutas told MTI the company welcomes the strategic cooperation and expects to learn more. Vodafone Magyarország said it is open to dialogue and cooperation with NMHH on drawing up a frequency management strategy and harmonizing the expiration of frequency licenses for the long term. Magyar Telekom, a unit of Deutsche Telekom, said it hoped for genuine, active dialogue and strategic cooperation with NMHH. It added that the extension and harmonization of the expiring frequency licenses is of key importance as would affect mobile broadband developments already underway.

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