n.— «The European Commission has decided to reallocate parts of the radio spectrum used for 2G services and use by 3G services. The process is known in telco-speak as “refarming,” and will, according to the operators, open up 3G services to 300 million more people in Asia, Europe and Africa.» —“ Refarming mobile spectrum: does this mean 3G coverage is about to get better?” by Manek Dubash Aug. 2, 2007. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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