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  • Spectrum auction concluded

    The Government's 2.3GHz and 2.5GHz spectrum auction was concluded on Tuesday.
    Telecom and Craig Wireless, a Canadian investment company, will pay $916,000 and $1.1 million each for 40MHz blocks, reports the Dominion Post. In total, telecommunications companies will pay the Government $4.4 million for radio spectrum.
    Vodafone, Woosh Wireless and the state-owned enterprise Kordia each won 35MHz blocks in the auction and CallPlus won 30MHz.
    The spectrum will be used to deliver wireless broadband using WiMax technology.

  • Woosh talks the right talk, and clearly, too

    Voice-over-may be hot right now, but it has a mixed reputation for quality. With this in mind, Toybox was interested to see how the latest modem and VoIP phone connection Woosh sent would work. It worked surprisingly well.