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35 temporary spectrum applications received by ICASA

Posted by radio On April - 12 - 2020

The Independent Communications Authority of South Africa (ICASA/the Authority) has received about 35 applications in response to the call made through the Information and Communications Technology (ICT) COVID-19 National Disaster Regulations issued on Monday, 06 April 2020.

 

ICASA has made available the International Mobile Telecommunications (IMT) spectrum bands in the 700MHz, 800MHz, 2300MHz, 2600MHz and 3500MHz bands for temporary assignment for the entire period of the National State Disaster.

The Authority would like to inform all stakeholders that it is currently applying its mind and analysing all applications to ensure compliance with the criteria and conditions stipulated in Annexure A of the Regulations. The Authority hereby reiterates that it intends to take the necessary care and ensure that the release of the spectrum for use on an emergency basis is fair and non-discriminatory. ICASA will communicate and announce its decisions with regards to this process in the next week.

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