Belgian law requires Apple to allow 4g Proximus and Base




Belgian law requires Apple to allow 4g Proximus and Base

The Belgian government will require Apple to operate on the 4G networks Proximus and Base. IPhones At this time, Apple blocks that still, because only Mobistar a ‘partner’ of Apple in Belgium.

The bill applies to all manufacturers of 4G devices, writes Deputy Prime Minister Alexander de Croo on its website. Only Apple blocks 4g with some providers, so get with the upcoming law making. The iPhone works in Belgium only by Mobistar, because it is a ‘partner’ of Apple. Users must perform a jailbreak tweak and apply to work at Proximus and Base. 4g

The Belgian providers use 4g at 1800MHz, making the iPhone 5, and 5c 5s are all compatible with the networks of all providers. It is unknown when the law would take effect. It is not clear what happens if Apple does not comply with the rules of the law.

In the Netherlands, this problem does not arise, because Apple has agreements with all Dutch providers and thus works on all iPhone 4G networks. Apple released the iPhone 5 in September 2012, while the iPhone 5s and 5c in October last year came on the market. The iPad models with 4g would be subject to the new Belgian rules.


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