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This paper proposes and evaluates a new method for mitigating inter-cell interference. We show that the proposed method results in a minor degradation of block error rate under low traffic loading but results in significant improvements for high traffic loads. We also propose and compare two options for resource re-allocation following allocation conflicts: immediate (synchronous) re-allocation and round-robin re-allocation. Simulation results indicates that round-robin reallocation results in good BLER performance when the traffic load is high.