Sharing the load
Faced with the stinging costs of launching 3G mobile networks, operators have adopted infrastructure sharing as a way to ease the burden. Stephanie Liston and John Delmore look at a move that has regulator support on both sides of the Atlantic.
Infrastructure sharing has been the most significant safety valve through which even the least flexible telecoms regulators in the European Union have taken the opportunity to release the pressure on third-generation (3G) mobile operators.
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