Dec. 17, 2014  Frequency coordination completed for electronic toll collection
    The National Communications Commission (NCC) recently approved an extension of the use of the dedicated frequency in the 900 megahertz (MHz) band for electronic toll collection. According to the NCC, fourth-generation (4G) long-term evolution (LTE) subscriber numbers are set to continue increasing rapidly. The NCC noted that interference with the 4G LTE licence band should be avoided.
Nov. 26, 2014  NCC considers frequency allocation for Internet of Things
    The National Communications Commission (NCC) has revealed a possible plan on frequency allocation for the Internet of Things which would support numerous applications. An NCC spokesman has said that the switch to digital television has freed up large areas of very high frequency and ultra high frequency bands and around 50 megahertz could be reserved for applications for the Internet of Things.
Oct. 15, 2014  Government considers ban on Xiaomi smartphones
    The government is looking into a potential threat to users' privacy further to reports that imported Xiaomi smartphones have been sending users' data back to China without consent. The Executive Yuan has stated that the government will decide whether there should be a ban on the domestic sale of Xiaomi smartphones. The National Communications Commission is conducting independent tests on the smartphones.
Oct. 08, 2014  More spectrum offered for 4G deployment
    To promote the penetration of fourth generation services in Taiwan, the National Communications Commission has decided to offer the 57-64 megahertz band to mobile broadband operators for the deployment of trunk networks through the construction of small cell and femtocell. This band will be licence exempt, with no bidding, licence fee or spectrum-usage fee required.