Neko misses the deadline to sign for the use of 5G radio frequency in Brazil

The telecommunications companies that won the 5G auction for the Brazilian territory had to sign the terms of use of radio frequencies before Friday, December 3, 2021. But unlike TIM, Vivo, Claro and the rest of the companies that have already subscribed to the conditions, Neko has not yet signed.

Meanwhile, companies that have already carried out the legal process correctly can now begin the exploration process of the 700 MHz, 2.3 GHz and 26 GHz bands that were auctioned. From the Brazilian State, they expect that by June 2022 all the capitals of the country will have an autonomous 5G connection, with technology that will operate on the 3.5 GHZ band, which will have a part enabled for free use after it has been cleaned.

In addition to the three largest operators in the region, Algar Telecom, Brisanet, Sercomtel Copel, Cloud2U, Unifique and Winity also signed the terms on time. Meanwhile, Neko was the only company that missed the due date. The president of the company, Yon Moreira, and the general director, Luiz Quintão, declared that their absence was due to delays in the delivery of documents related to the guarantees of commitment to comply with the obligations of the 26 GHz spectrum.