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Government drops pre-election review of the Electronic Communications Code

The long awaited review of the Electronic Communications Code goes on. The latest proposals from DCMS, which were being shoe-horned in to the Infrastructure Bill at the last minute, have been withdrawn by Transport Secretary Patrick McLoughlin. Time constraints mean its almost certain there will be no changes to the legislation before the general election…
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Cell:cm Celebrates ten years at the top!

Ten years ago today (5th February) Andrew Cranston and Philip Morris founded Cell:cm Chartered Surveyors. Working from their spare rooms in the early days they have built Cell:cm in to the leading property and real estate consultancy for UK telecoms site providers. Cell:cm Chartered Surveyors now comprises six staff from two offices in Leamington Spa…
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Ofcom sets reserve in 4G auctions

UK regulator Ofcom has announced that the total reserve price for its much delayed auction of 4G spectrum will be £1.3bn ($2bn). The organization has published its final auction rules and set a provisional deadline for applications of December 11, Cell:cm has learned. Rethink Wireless reports the auction should take place i nearly 2013, enabling…
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