Czech telecoms regulator accepts all four bids in 4G tender.

By bne IntelliNews October 8, 2012
The Czech Telecommunications Office (CTU) has accepted all four bids it received for a planned auction of fourth-generation mobile frequencies, CTU said on its website. The companies that applied to participate in the auction are the country's three mobile companies - Deutsche Telekom's T-Mobile CR and the local units of Spanish Telefonica and UK's Vodafone as well as PPF Mobile Services, a unit of Czech investment and financial group PPF. The regulator hopes to complete the tender by the end of 2012. CTU will auction 800 MHz, 1,800 MHz and 2,600 MHz frequencies that were freed up after the switch from analogue to digital TV broadcasting.

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