Airwaves for 3G mobile services in Singapore will be going on the auction block under a proposal by the sector’s regulator to boost 5G services, currently limited by the scarcity of 5G airwaves for islandwide reach.

The auction, slated to take place towards the end of this year, comes as rights to the 2.1 GHz spectrum band currently used for 3G services will expire at the end of this year.

Through airwave refarming, sector regulator the Infocomm Media Development Authority (IMDA) aims to enhance the propagation of 5G signals islandwide to support the mass rollout of next-generation services such as mobile gaming and driverless vehicle navigation.


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