Wom's CEO, Christopher Laska, in a conversation with Diario Financiero discuss the company's current moment and future plans. In addition, he conveyed the company's position for future 5G offers in Chile, and was announced last month.
Consider this last topic, The executive believes that Deputy Minister of Telecommunications (Subtel) "is correcting past government errors in terms of spectrum distribution", and expect it to be distributed equally among all competitors.
Regarding Subtel's proposal presentation before the Free Competition Tribunal (TDLC), new spectrum allocation, Laska believes that competitors must be happy, because they should not return the spectrum, like the Supreme Court ruling. He also added that he hoped that TDLC would not contribute to process delays, because if not "there will be no 5G in the short, medium and long term".
Spectrum returns and 5G tenders
Referring to the Supreme Court resolution, the highest representative of the company, He hopes that "Kiko (offending Claro, Entel and Movistar) can also execute the band's return to ensure a good base for the 5G deployment."
Regarding tenders submitted by the authorities, Laska indicated that the proposed 50 MHz for the 3.5 GHz band was not enough for the development of 5G in Chile, but it's good to start. That's why he expects the return of the spectrum and in that way "has a clearer mapping".
Overcoming the current moment of a British company, which already occupies 15% of the Chilean market. CEO Wom This shows that they want to remain an annoying company, but with nuances.
Regarding the economic plan, since its arrival in Chile, companies connected with Novator Partners funds have invested USD $ 800 million, and they hope to complete USD $ 1,000 million by 2019. will complete the goal of installing 1,000 antennas per year, reaching 4,000 by 2020.
Source: Diario Financiero
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