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Telcos 'least interested' to liberalise their existing spectrum holding
Business Standard

Telcos 'least interested' to liberalise their existing spectru...

Under the UASL norms, spectrum is linked to licences, and a particular band of radio wave is restricted to be used in a particular technology BS Reporter | New Delhi August 27, 2014 Last Updated at 23:54 IST More than three quarters after the Department of ... Business Standard, 3 weeks ago

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Better late than never? Liberalisation of the 2GHz spectrum band for 4G / LTE takes a step closer

Telecom operators finally get their say on . Any operators that did not respond to the Preliminary Consultation will get a second chance once the main consultation is issued. On 27 June 2014, ComReg published a Preliminary Consultation calling for ...
 Lexology1 week ago
Times of India

Trai for allowing telecom operators to share all kinds of airwaves

airwaves - including those administratively allotted - and liberalising the cap on the spectrum that can be pooled in, recommendations that could help companies better utilise the scarce and
 Big News Network2 months ago A Good Step but Hardly a Leap  Communications Today1 month ago Vietnam Telecommunications Report Q3 2014  Research and Markets1 month ago Trai For sharing of all kinds of airwaves by telcos  Economic Times2 months ago

No Spectrum Solution

Spectrum sharing was supposed to be the next big thing for the country's telecom sector: debt-laden service providers wouldn't have to set aside large sums of cash to buy spectrum in auctions, smaller players would be able to get a nationwide ...
 Communications Today1 month ago
Times of India

Spectrum sharing last choice for telcos?

NEW DELHI: Telecom operators are likely to use spectrum sharing only to plug gaps in their networks after exhausting other options of building their own networks and trading in airwaves to add to their bandwidth holdings, say industry executives and ...
 Times of India1 month ago Telecom operators are likely to use spectrum sharing only to plug gaps  Economic Times1 month ago Big Telcos Won't Benefit Much from Spectrum Sharing Rules  Communications Today1 month ago

Trai allows spectrum sharing

New Delhi, July 21: The telecom regulator today permitted spectrum sharing among telecom service providers across all six frequency bands — 800, 900, 1800, 2100, 2300 and 2500MHz — that have been identified for farm-out among telecom service ...
 Calcutta Telegraph1 month ago TRAI recommends sharing of all telecom spectrum within a circle; cos may reduce cost of mobile services  Economic Times1 month ago Spectrum sharing to improve quality of service  Hindu Business Line1 month ago

Spectrum held by the Defence sector should be released to mobile firms: Idea MD

For the past two years or so, Idea Cellular has been posting net profits and increases in revenue that meet, and at times even beat, Street expectations. For instance, the GSM operator posted its highest-ever revenue growth of ₹516 crore in a ...
 Hindu Business Line1 month ago

T-Mobile Austria says spectrum refarming will take time

T-Mobile Austria welcomed the decision by regulator RTR to allow the transfer of existing usage rights for the GSM frequencies 900 MHz and 1800 MHz for 3G and 4G usage, too. T-Mobile said refarming frequency blocks among the operators to ensure more ...
 Telecompaper1 month ago

Catch the reform bull by the horns

Even after two decades of economic liberalisation, there are few examples of industrial restructuring The urge for safety is one of the driving forces of human nature. The defining characteristics of individual behaviour are often found to be ...
 New Delhi Pioneer1 month ago

Spectrum sharing positive but limited value, say analysts

The euphoria over Telecom Regulatory Authority of India's (TRAI) move to allow sharing of spectrum lasted for only a day. After shooting up by nearly five per cent, share prices of telecom companies like Bharti Airtel, Idea cellular and Reliance ...
 Business Standard India1 month ago
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