The European Union promises to unsaddle companies with less regulation as they deploy 5G. All cities and transport links in the EU should have reliable 5G coverage by 2025, according to European Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker.
However, 17 European wireless operators say the blueprint doesn’t match up to their expectations and leaves out key points. Overall,
the EU plan puts infrastructure deployment incentives in place but also
puts the burden on the industry to harmonize standards without offering
much help, reports the-mobile-network.com.
The new plan is intended to clear out
regulatory barriers across Europe to broadband deployment, making it
easier to invest in infrastructure, both locally and nationwide, reports