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SA’s first successful auction of radio frequency spectrum designed for high-speed broadband has paved the way for a new connectivity landscape — but also for debate on how this resource is used. 

Six bidders agreed to pay a total of R14.47bn for 306 megahertz in four bands of “high-demand spectrum”, ideal for 4G and 5G wireless broadband. Only one lot, comprising 20MHz, went unsold. ..

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