Telefónica Planning To Bid For LTE Frequencies In Brazil And Chile

Posted on Feb 27 2012 - 11:55am by CONTRIBUTOR

Editor’s Note: Guest Author Sachin Mishra is in the process of finishing his Computer Science engineering, and having a wide interest in the field of Web Designing and Development.

Telefónica, a Spanish broadband and telecommunications provider is looking out to bid for LTE in Europe and Latin America. The Company’s CTO Enrique Blanco announced that the company is planning to bid for LTE frequencies in Brazil and Chile to the next half of the year, LTE (long term evolution) is already used in US and few parts of Europe, the regions where company collect half of revenue from this region.

All most every telecommunication companies want to improve networks as well as want to have more customers base – quality video, music and games after bidding it will get more potential  into faster network and will full-fill consumer’s requirement. Company wants to build faster networks in Latin America as per demand for mobile data. The Company expects LTE radio frequencies devices and spectrum may be widely available in Spain in 2014. Director of Telefónica “Miller” predicts it will be bid for LTE frequencies within 18 months.

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