Intertelecom is going to apply for 4G

Интертелеком собирается подать заявку на 4G

More than 30% of base stations of Compnay already able to work in LTE

СDMA operator Intertelecom is going to apply for a 4G license in exchange for a waiver of some of the frequencies, which are currently used for CDMA communication. This was announced by the Deputy Director of the company Alexey Haluk.

According to him, the right of Intertelecom on the introduction of new technology in the existing spectrum is being implemented on the basis of article 40 of the Law on HRD and at the price set by the Resolution of Cabinet of Ministers No. 200 of February 2006.

“At the same time Intertelecom saves sufficient volume of your radio frequency resource to serve its existing subscribers CDMA 850,” said the Manager.

According to him, the presidential decree, which States that before August 1 will need to vacate spectrum in the range 790 – 862 MHz for Intertelecom. This decree is that radio, which now occupy the spectrum for 3G|4G has been rolled. That is, the spetspolzovateley (military) and television. And CDMA EV-DO, says Holyk, according to the international classification refers to 3G.

According to the report Intertelecom, 9 June 2019, the company representatives were invited to meet the Deputy chief of staff of the President of Ukraine. The meeting was also attended by Chairman of the National Commission for regulation of communications and Informatization Alexander Zhivotovsky, members of NCCIR, the leadership of mobile operators Kyivstar, Vodafone Ukraine and lifecell.

The main theme of the meeting was to accelerate the development of mobile Internet in Ukraine in light of the recent presidential decree.

During the meeting, the President Intertelecom Boris Akulov announced the company’s participation in the biennial preparatory work for the transition to new technologies in the bands of 800-900 MHz.

As of today, more than 30% of base stations of a network Intertelekom already able to work in the fourth generation on technology LTE.

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