Spectrum for 5G Networks: Updated 31st May to correct Greece and Cyprus.
GSA is aware of 59 countries, territories, special administrative regions, disputed territories and dependencies that are formally considering introducing certain spectrum bands for terrestrial 5G services, are holding consultations regarding suitable spectrum allocations for 5G, have reserved spectrum for 5G, have announced plans to auction frequencies or have already allocated spectrum for 5G use.
This report provides a snapshot of the global status of national 5G spectrum plans as of 9 May 2019. As national regulators plot their countries’ moves towards 5G, there are important choices to be made about which portions of the spectral range should be either dedicated to terrestrial 5G networks and services or at least accessible to 5G networks and services.
This report reflects a market that is in constant flux and feedback is greatly appreciated to keep it current. The next update will be published in early June 2019. Please send comments and information to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Important changes since the last report include:
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