RA issues new communication operating licences
Three new communication operating licences have been issued by the Regulatory Authority of Bermuda.
At the same time, the RA is to place a temporary moratorium on the deployment for 5G mobile technology for all its existing and new licence holders. It is doing this following concerns raised about the technology, and the moratorium is pending the completion of a radio frequency study and a final determination about the use of 5G.
Of the new licences issues, one is a Submarine Communication Operating Licence for Cable&Wireless Network Services, allowing it to connect submarine cables to the networks of any Integrated Communication Operating Licence (ICOL) holder.
Paradise Mobile Ltd and Wave Bermuda Ltd have both been given an ICOL to establish, construct, and operate one or more electronic communication networks to provide services in Bermuda.
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