Guatemala Ready for 4G
The SIT has identified at least seven bands on the radio spectrum that can be used to migrate mobiles to fourth generation technology (4G).
Tuesday, July 5, 2011
Marco Antonio Escalante, from the Telecommunications Authority, said "the change from 3G to 4G is now up to the operators", having identified the available bands.
The government of Costa Rica does not seem to have much interest in the radio electric spectrum concession which belongs to them. Not only is the state losing money, but opportunities are being lost for society.
In June 2012 the number of active lines was recorded at 19.8 million, 4.6% less than the 20.7 million recorded at end of 2011.
After one year of competition in mobile communications, the changes that have taken place reveal a market that is different from how many expected.
The government is analyzing the market in order to decide whether to offer in a tender the 70 MHz in the bands of 2100 and 1800 MHz, which have not yet been awarded to any operator.
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