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The telecommunication industry regulator will allow Telkom to buy an additional spectrum in the long-range band as part of a settlement that averts a potentially protracted litigation, which threatened to derail one of President Cyril Ramaphosa's most important structural reforms.

In a statement on Friday, the Independent Communications Authority of SA (Icasa) said it would issue an invitation within three months for the auction of unsold sub-1 GHz, and other spectrum that is presently available except for the one currently set aside for the Wireless Open Access Network...

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