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Cell:cm negotiates major deal to bring 4G to Greater Manchester

One of Cell:cm’s top clients, Bruntwood, has signed a deal with Cornerstone Telecommunications Infrastructure Limited (CTIL), that will see Greater Manchester businesses and residents become 4G enabled. CTIL is the company created to manage the single grid network of installations previously belonging to Vodafone and Telefónica. The 10 year contract will see CTIL place 4G…
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Cell:cm Chartered Surveyors director Philip Morris speaking at Henry Stewart conference

Cell:cm Chartered Surveyors director Philip Morris will be speaking at the Henry Stewart conference on Telecom Infrastructure and Real Estate held on 27th February 2014. The event will be held in London on 27th February 2014. Philip Morris will hold a talk titled ‘Current thinking on licence and lease terms and rent review/lease renewal negotiations…
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The Law Commission has published its report into the Electronic Communications Code

The Law Commission has today published its report making recommendations to form the basis of a revised Electronic Communications Code. Cell:cm Chartered Surveyors and our clients responded to the consultation process prior to this report being produced. The Law Commission summarised: The Code was enacted in 1984. It sets out the regime that governs the rights of…
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Ofcom announces winners of the 4G mobile auction

It was announced this morning the winners and losers of the 4G LTE spectrum auctions. Ofcom reported: ‘After more than 50 rounds of bidding, Everything Everywhere Ltd, Hutchison 3G UK Ltd, Niche Spectrum Ventures Ltd (a subsidiary of BT Group plc), Telefónica UK Ltd and Vodafone Ltd have all won spectrum. This is suitable for rolling…
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UK 4G Auctions becoming a reality

The UK’s much-delayed LTE spectrum auction process has kicked off, with regulator Ofcom saying it had “fired the starting gun” by collecting deposits for final applications to bid, Cell:cm has learned. Reports from Rethink Wireless say Ofcom gave participants a six-hour window to submit their applications and produce the £100,000 upfront fee, though the names of…
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Vodafone and O2 CTI Cornerstone partnership set to agree site leasing strategy

Back in June, Vodafone and O2′s parent company Telefonica announced a plan to join forces to share the cost and benefits of building a more extensive wireless network in the UK. The plan was subject to approval, and last month Ofcom gave the two companies the go ahead. While O2 and Vodafone’s joint venture sounds similar to Everything Everywhere and Three’s setup,…
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UK’s largest cellco gets government help with 4G

Everything Everywhere announces 1.8GHz LTE plans under ‘EE’ brand, as government works to avert legal challenges, Cell:cm has learned. Rethink Wireless reports the UK government played a key role in giving the country’s largest cellco, Everything Everywhere (EE), an open road to launch LTE services before year end. EE announced its plans on Tuesday, promising…
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Law Commission review the Code

The Law Commission have produced a consultation paper, ‘The Electronic Communications Code’ which was published on 28 June 2012. They have asked for comments to be submitted in the consultation period up to 28 October 2012. They will produce a report in spring 2013 of their findings. Their main aim is to assess the balance…
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I think I’m providing a power supply to a telecoms site but I’ve never billed the occupier.

Many operators take their power supply from the site owner’s existing power source. As an owner you may not be informed how to bill for the recovery of the energy costs. We can help you to recover all of the power supply and energy costs which you incur as a site owner.

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Are macro sites under threat as 4G Networks to be built with small cells?

Cell:cm has learned the new mobile network will be built on small cells, and this month’s Mobile World Congress will feature scores of shrunken, low power base stations designed to boost capacity and quality of service for rising tides of data. These metrocells are becoming a commercial reality, many of them drawing on techniques pioneered…
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