Friday, 23 February 2018

Qualcomm could lose $1bn India mobile licences

By Nick Wood, Total Telecom
Friday 16 September 11

Regulator claims chip maker failed to submit permit applications for mobile broadband services in time; Qualcomm denies allegations.

Qualcomm is at risk of losing its mobile broadband licences in India, after the Department of Telecommunications alleged that it failed to apply for service permits in time. The Economic Times reported earlier this week that according to senior DoT officials, Qualcomm was required to submit its application for an ISP licence within three months of the conclusion of the BWA (broadband wireless access) auction in June 2010…

Qualcomm is at risk of losing its mobile broadband licences in India, after the Department of Telecommunications alleged that it failed to apply for service permits in time. The Economic Times reported earlier this week that according to senior DoT officials, Qualcomm was required to submit its application for an ISP licence within three months of the conclusion of the BWA (broadband wireless access) auction in June 2010…

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