The Supreme Court on Tuesday filed a complaint to government agencies on the 700 MHz (MHz) controversial dispute over the Philippines Longevity Phone Phone / Smart Ink. (PLDT / Smart) and Globe Telecoms Inc. Telecommunication frequency and other telecommunications frequencies were filed by the National Telecommunication Commission (NTC), protesting the legality of the agreement between them.
READ: SC has requested the withdrawal of the PLDT-Globe agreement on the use of the band 700 MHz
The Supreme Court clarified on Tuesday (10 October) the NTC, the Philippines Tender Commission and the two telecommunications firms' orders for Trial and Trial Authorization (TRO). attorneys Joseph Lemuel Baligold Baguiran and Ferdinand Takeons.
"The court has also demanded an explanation [the] TRO ple ", – said the insider analyst at the session.
Judicial Insider, NTC, PCC, PLDT / Smart, Globe and Liberty Broadcasting Network Inc. of San Miguel Corporation. (currently Tori Spectrum Telecom) respondents. – Use the agreement between "PLDT / Smart" and "Globe".
In the 48-page application of Baguario and Tisson, the original legal franchise at 700 MHz is available to the Supreme Court of Liberty Broadcasting Network Inc. to its corporation, not for telecommunications, but for television broadcasts.
The applicants also urged the Supreme Court to order a temporary ban on the frequency of 700 MHz and the termination of PLDT / Smart and Globe using telegraphic frequencies 2540-2545 MHz, 2580-2595 MHz, and 2535. -2540 and 2565-2580 MHz.
Both lawyers applied for taxpayers and consumers of telecommunications and Internet services.
These frequencies have been distributed by PLDT / Smart and Globe on 50-50 basis, with the issue and disposal of SMC Vega Telecom shares worth more than $ 70 billion.
Broadband bandwidth in the 700 MHz range is extremely valuable as it can reach long distances, which can include walls, elevators and even underground parking spaces. / ee
READ: Previously: SMC PLDT, Globe Telecom
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