MAURITIUS: DECISION OF 15 APRIL 2021 ON THE OPENING OF THE 2 500 –2690 MHZ AND 3 400 –3 600 MHZ FREQUENCY BANDS FOR OPERATION OF IMT NETWORKS, INCLUDING 5G

Here is an extract of the decision


ICTA decides:

1- The frequency bands 3 400 – 3 600 MHz be made available to licensed Public Land Mobile Network (PLMN) Operators for operation of terrestrial IMT systems, including 5G New Radio;

2- The frequency band 2 500 – 2 690 MHz be made available to licensed Public Land Mobile Network (PLMN) Operators for operation of terrestrial IMT systems, including 5G New Radio;


You can view the full text of the decision on ICTA website

Jordan TRC shows intent for WIFI 6E

On December 6th 2020, TRC published a consultation on the possibility to make available frequencies in the 5,925 -7,125 MHz band for unlicensed use by WIFI 6E technology

The stakeholders are invited to post comments before January 5th 2021 by fax +962 6 690830  or by email dewan.trc@trc.gov.jo

Nigeria NCC publishes Draft Deployment plan for 5G Networks in Nigeria

Nigeria aims to become one of the leading nations in the new digital economy and NCC identifies 5G deployment as a key factor to ensure that the Federal Government policy is accomplished

This document outlines strategy that will enable the deployment of 5G Technology in such a manner that will be most beneficial to the Nation and the end users.

The document calls for comment on different aspects of the 5G deployments:

  • Available bands
  • Health and Safety
  • Sharing infrastructures
  • Applications of 5G
  • pricing models

Nambia proposes a new frequency plan

On october 2nd 2020, Namibia CRAN invites the public to submit comments regarding the proposed frequency plan

The table of frequency allocation sets out planned allocations for the radio frequency spectrum in Namibia for spectrum band from 8.3 kHz to 3000 GHz in accordance with the 2020 frequency allocations of SADC

Interested Stakeholders can send comments until 30 days from the notice