Wireless network capacity auction won’t happen as planned, says Telkom

Telkom says it is unlikely that Icasa will be able to hold a fresh auction for high-demand spectrum by its target date.
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Icasa approves E-tv, SABC radio frequency licence changes

Industry regulator Icasa has approved applications from South Africa’s free-to-air broadcasters to amend their radio frequency spectrum licences as part of the country’s analogue TV switch-off.
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South Africa getting state digital infrastructure company — with a new spectrum policy

The South African government says it can’t leave the country’s fate in the hands of commercially-driven network operators.
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Bring it on — Icasa to Telkom

Industry regulator Icasa has thrown down the gauntlet, essentially daring Telkom to reinstate its interdict to block the long-awaited spectrum auction.
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South Africa’s big network capacity fight — court dates set

The Acting Judge President has set dates for the High Court hearing of Telkom’s case against Icasa’s auction for long-awaited radio frequency spectrum.
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Spectrum trading will make all Icasa’s problems disappear

Telkom is once again obstructing the long-awaited auction of spectrum mobile operators desperately need to expand their broadband data networks. Were ICASA to make spectrum tradeable, Telkom’s objections, as well as those of other telcos, will evaporate like mist before the sun.
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Telkom drops interdict against network capacity auction — for now

Telkom says it will temporarily remove its application to interdict the radio frequency spectrum auction set to happen on 8 March.
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Telkom launched “pre-emptive strike” — serves “narrow and selfish commercial interests”

Icasa has not minced words after Telkom launched another legal attack on the regulator’s attempt to issue sought-after cellular network capacity.
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Telkom slams new spectrum auction

While Telkom is studying the ITA it is concerned by the separation of the publications of the ITAs and the reasons given by ICASA to separate the licensing process of the Wireless Open Access Network.
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South Africa’s cellular networks get new temporary spectrum

Icasa has assigned temporary network capacity to South Africa’s cellular network operators.
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