Monday, 29 November 2021

Ofcom open consultation for 2,100MHz licence fees

by Harry Baldock, Total Telecom
Wednesday 14 July 21

The regulator is seeking industry comments on its current evaluation of the spectrum, which operators would be required to pay for from the start of 2022

Ofcom has today outlined its proposals for the annual licence fees for 2,100MHz spectrum and is seeking comment from the industry. The 2,100MHz band was first auctioned back in 2000 for 3G services with 20-year licence terms. However, by 2011 the government had directed Ofcom to alter the licencing terms, making them indefinite…

Ofcom has today outlined its proposals for the annual licence fees for 2,100MHz spectrum and is seeking comment from the industry. The 2,100MHz band was first auctioned back in 2000 for 3G services with 20-year licence terms. However, by 2011 the government had directed Ofcom to alter the licencing terms, making them indefinite…

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