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Telefónica asked to follow New Zealand's example in the 5G tender

Telefónica asked to follow New Zealand’s example in the 5G tender

The administrator made these statements while presenting the agreement between Movistar and Metrotel

Knowing the Government’s intention to auction 5G spectrum (5G) in an effort to raise US$1.4 billion early next year, said Luis Delamar, Telefonica’s Hisbam wholesale director. Argentina Such service targets should follow the path of privileged countries New Zealand, That Allocates only frequencies with coverage obligations.

“The reality is that New Zealand is a recent case, and it looks good to us because, at the end of the day, what is paid for the spectrum is what we have to charge the customer. Further, Collections for 5G will go to the Treasury, not the Universal Service Fund. that, For this sector, the collection strategy is not optimal and neither are the customers”. Delamar said.

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Although New Zealand was initially allocated the spectrum by A auction, A new agreement was reached that would bypass that process and move forward with a Direct allocation method. As part of the new understanding, the country’s three largest mobile operators are set to speed up deployment in smaller cities. It is also expected that they will continue to make efforts to improve rural connectivity.

Delamar made these statements during a presentation for the signing Agreement with Metrotel Connecting customers from Moviestar Through the last mile of fiber to the home in various neighborhoods of the Federal Capital. In this first phase, users will have up to 1GB of bandwidth. To reach the goal 400,000 houses.

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“Through a collaborative model -scalable to other regions-, each actor adds its capabilities to accelerate citizens’ access to the digital universe and their day-to-day use of technology,” they explained. Today people who have internet in their homes through XDSL technology can access the fiber optic network in the neighborhoods reached by this alliance.

Agreement – in which a $2 billion investment per year by MetrotelIt also involves sharing infrastructure between the two companies to reach customers with greater speed and efficiency through a combined offering of telecommunications services including high-speed broadband and voice over IP.

There will be fixed and mobile services, with the option of quad drama, It combines fixed and mobile telephony, broadband and TV services, as well as new products and services.