Chunghwa Telecom and fareas tone were licensed earlier this month, each aiming to deploy 3000 5g base stations by the end of the year. The three companies together account for about 85% of Taiwans market share and are deploying 5g networks on the 3.5GHz band, which they all obtained in an auction in January this year.
According to the Taipei Times, Daniel Tsai, chairman of Taiwan mobile, said the 3.5GHz 60MHz it acquired was not enough to provide a complete 5g service after the annual general meeting in Taipei, and pointed out that when 5g became the mainstream, it would need more spectrum.
Asia Pacific Telecoms use of the 28ghz band has also been approved, but it is still waiting for an information security plan to be approved before construction begins.
28ghz services are mainly for enterprises. The operator plans to lease 3.5GHz bandwidth from competitors, which requires a resubmission of the business plan to provide services to consumers using 3.5GHz.
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