Macedonian mobile operator ONE is sole bidder for 4G frequency report.

By bne IntelliNews September 16, 2012
Macedonias mobile operator ONE has submitted the sole bid at the tender for allocating a 4G frequency, Dnevnik daily reported. The starting price was set at EUR 25mn. The 4G network will be based on the Long Term Evolution (LTE) standard. After the allocation of the radio-frequency, the operator will be required to start providing services to end-users as of September 1, 2013. The 4G operator will be also required to cover 95% of Macedonias territory within four years. ONE is owned by Slovenian state-controlled telecommunication operator Telekom Slovenije. ONE competes with local mobile operators T-Mobile Macedonia (market share of 49.7% at end-June) and Vip operator (owned by Telekom Austria Group, market share of 26% at end-June).
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