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Saudi Arabia has launched the first WiFi 6e network in Europe, Africa, and the Middle East region and has made the full 6 GHz frequency band available for Wi-Fi use, which means it has now allocated more spectrum for Wi-Fi than any other country in the world. The decision set the stage for the next decade of Wi-Fi advancements, with many applications for users in Saudi Arabia with many use cases such as telemedicine, schooling, and remote working. On the other hand, the Communications and Information Technology Commission (CITC) has issued its ‘3-year Outlook for Commercial and Innovative Use of the Spectrum in Saudi Arabia.’ where they are planning to allocate or improve access to more than 23 GHz of spectrum for a wide range of uses, of which 4 GHz will be licensed, 6.2 GHz will be license-exempt, and more than 13 GHz will be lightly licensed. CITC is also actively monitoring other potential frequency bands for further future releases.