The Commission has announced an auction for issuance of radio frequency spectrum licenses in order to implement fourth-generation (4G) broadband services

November 28, 2014 13:31

GNCC has announced an auction for issuance of radio frequency spectrum licenses in order to implement fourth-generation (4G) broadband services.

Deadline for submission of applications for participation in the auction to be held at Georgian National Communications Commission was determined to be December 19, 2014 before 17:00 pm. The auction session will be held on December 29, 2014 at 13:00 pm.

In the auction, the 10x2 MHz section is being displayed in 800 MHz range and initial price of the license for the usage of the resource is 48 364 386 GEL.  1 bid is to be 2 418 219 GEL - an initial value of 0.5% rounded to the whole number.

The winner company, besides of its own interest in densely populated cities and territorial units, will be obligated to implement 4G broadband (internet) services before February 1, 2016 in those settlements (territorial units which have a name, administrative borders, territories and registered population,) where based on a recent census the population is less than 5000. The conditions are following:

Providing access to services in the settlements of at least:

1.

30%

Before February 1, 2016

2.

50%

Before February 1, 2017

3.

70%

Before February 1, 2008

4.

90%

Before February 1, 2020

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

For the detailed information regarding the conditions for participation in the contest, please visit Commission’s decision page.

 

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