Captive 5G networks: Broadband India Forum now wants fair competition


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Tech companies contend that “vested interests” are attempting to scuttle the Cabinet’s historic decision and have refuted claims made by India’s top telcos that administrative airwave allotments for captive networks would grant a backdoor entry to major technology players to provide 5G services and solutions to enterprises.

The Broadband India Forum (BIF) said on Friday that “certain quarters and incumbents with vested interests are trying to sabotage this forward-looking development through irrational, misleading and misinformed claims for a level playing field between the vastly different service domains of public networks and captive non-public networks.”

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