Vietnamese telecoms firm Viettel shows interest in LTE licence in Slovakia.

By bne IntelliNews March 23, 2012
Vietnamese telecoms services provider Viettel has expressed interest in acquiring a 3GPP Long Term Evolution (LTE) licence in Slovakia, reported, quoting the head of the country's telecoms regulator Ladislav Mikus. The authority expects to launch the tender for the 800, 1,800 and 2,600 MHz frequency ranges in May or June 2012 at the latest. The three mobile firms that operate in Slovakia, Deutsche Telekom's Slovak Telekom, France Telecom's Orange and Spanish Telefonica's O2 have also expressed interest to get a licence and build a 4G LTE network.
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