Slovakia seeks advisor for preparation of e-action for LTE licences.

By bne IntelliNews August 1, 2012
Slovakia's Regulatory Office of Network Industries (URSO) has announced a tender to select an advisor with international experience to help it prepare an electronic auction for awarding 3GPP Long Term Evolution (LTE) licences, IT News reported. The regulator plans to tender the available 800MHz, 1,800 MHz and 2,600MHz frequency ranges. It plans to pay the consultant EUR 150,000. Interested bidders may request documents by September 5 and have to file their offers by September 17. The three mobile firms that operate in Slovakia, Deutsche Telekom's Slovak Telekom, France Telecom's Orange and Spanish Telefonica's O2, as well as Vietnamese telecoms services provider Viettel, have expressed interest to get a licence and build a 4G LTE network.

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