TKK, the Austrian telecommunications commission has concluded the auction for the 800 MHz, 900 MHz and 1800 MHz frequency ranges, resulting in earnings of nearly
The aggregate frequency blocks that TKK sold includes - six in the 800 MHz band, seven in the 900 MHz band and 15 in the 1800 MHz band.
To be used for GSM, UMTS and LTE, each of the frequencies is technology-neutral.
The frequency allocation procedure will be concluded with legal effect when the official decisions are issued during November.
The only wireless carriers to take part in the multiband auction were the three incumbent Austrian operators A1 Telekom,
28 frequency packages in total, each comprising 2x5 MHz, were offered to the bidders as follows: A1 Telekom bought 14 packages for nearly
The third bidder, 3 Austria, did not secure any spectrum in the 800 MHz spectrum and purchased 2 blocks of 900 MHz for a total of 10 MHz (it held 1.6 MHz) and 8 blocks of 1800 MHz for a total of 40 MHz (it held 50.8 MHz prior to the auction).
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