South Africa to Sell Broadband Spectrum After Five-Year DelayBy
Five blocks of sprectrum to be sold at 3 billion rand each
Deal to attract industry investment, boost economic growth
South Africa started the process of selling broadband spectrum after a delay of about five years, taking a step toward extending high-speed internet to rural areas and boosting economic growth.
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