The telecommunications umpire,
In a statement, NCC said the two companies complied with the pre-qualification criteria set out in the Information Memorandum for the 2.3GHz Spectrum Auction.
"The NCC, on behalf of the Federal Government, hereby announces
According to the commission, this is in line with the terms of Information Memorandum published on 2.3GHz Spectrum Auction that the auction will take place on
However, applicants must be companies, registered with the
The deposit would bind the applicant to take up a licence, should it be a successful bidder, at the reserve price or any higher bid value submitted during the process.
Applicants must be independent from all other applicants under this allocation process, While licensed operators participating in the process must fulfill all existing obligations to the commission, including payments of annual operational levy and Spectrum and National Numbering Plan fees prior to pre-qualification.
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