Japan Officially Issued 5G Communication Network Commercial Licenses To Operators
According to Japanese media reports, the Japanese Ministry of Internal Affairs and Communications recently issued commercial licenses for 5G base stations and land mobile stations (mobile terminals and in-vehicle mobile base stations) to NTT DoCoMo and KDDI. On the same day, the Ministry of Internal Affairs and Communications also issued a reserve license for 5G base stations and land mobile stations to Softbank.
Through the issuance of these licenses, the three companies will begin the comprehensive construction of the 5G communication network on the premise of commercial use.
Among them, NTT DoCoMo obtained licenses almost all over Japan. It includes ten regions including Hokkaido, Tohoku, Kanto, Hokuriku, Tokai, Kinki, Shikoku, Kyushu and Okinawa.
KDDI has obtained commercial licenses in three regions, including the Kanto region and the Kyushu region.
Softbank has obtained preliminary licenses for four regions, including the Northeast region, the Kanto region, and the Kyushu region.
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