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The Ministry of Information and Telecommunications has confirmed that from Monday the public debate on the Proposal for the Rulebook on the Minimum Conditions for Issuing Individual Licenses for the Use of Radio Frequency Spectrum will begin on the basis of the public bidding process in the radio frequency bands 694-790 MHz, 2500-2690 MHz and 3400-3800 MHz.

Adoption of the aforementioned rulebook represents the basis for launching a public tender procedure for the allocation of radio frequency spectrum for mobile communication networks of the fifth generation (5G), which represent one of the most important segments of social and economic development, as well as the entire digital transformation of society.

“In the Republic of Serbia, the basic, pioneering radio frequency bands of interest for the development of 5G have already been released, and the new Law on Electronic Communications, as well as acts of the Government, the Ministry and the Regulatory Body for Electronic Communications and Postal Services, represent the regulatory framework for the further development of new generation networks “, they stated in the relevant Ministry.

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