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5G mobile data in Finland moves forward with frequency auction

Finland hopes to be among the first to deploy 5G Mobile Networks. The minister of Transport and Communications, Anne Berner, will distribute the first 3400-3800 Megaherz spectrum rights in 2018. This means licenses would be valid from January 1st, 2019.

Written by Janita on Thursday February 15, 2018
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Tourism in Finland a growth sector

Currently there are plenty of positive news from the economy of Finland. One key area is the continued growth of tourism in the Nordic country. Most rapid growth is felt in north Finland ski resorts, where the number of flights have multiplied.

Written by Janita on Thursday February 15, 2018
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Nokia smartphones making a strong global comeback powered by Android

Nokia, the largest mobile phone manufacturer in the world for well over a decade, seems to be making a comeback. This includes the United States where the company struggled to get a foothold with the Lumia devices. Recent data suggests that Android smartphones carrying the Nokia brand are surging on sales charts around the world.

Written by Janita on Wednesday February 14, 2018
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Ugandan reporter working on Finnish arms dealer death case kidnapped

Tuomas Teräsvuori, was found dead last week in Uganda's capital Kampala. Now the Finn, an arms dealer by trade was initially reported to have died of natural causes. Since that conspiracy theories have been sprung up as Ugandan press has circulated, now further fueled kidnapping news.

Written by Janita on Wednesday February 14, 2018
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