Akos has successfully completed the second public auction to award frequency bands for the provision of public communications services to end users, including bands dedicated to the introduction of 5G mobile technology. It generated EUR 164.2 million, with frequencies given to A1 Slovenia, Telekom Slovenia and Telemach and T-2.
At the public auction, the Agency for Communication Networks and Services of the Republic of Slovenia (Akos) offered the bands 700 MHz, 1500 MHz, 2100 MHz, 2300 MHz, 3600 MHz and 26 GHz for a period of 15 years. A portion of the 700 MHz, 3600 MHz and 26 GHz frequency bands is intended for the introduction of fifth generation (5G) mobile networks, STA reports.
All offered belts were sold, she explained today at a press conference in Akos. The frequencies were fielded by four Slovenian mobile operators – A1 Slovenia, Telekom Slovenije and Telemach and T-2. The agency is expected to issue early June decisions on the allocation of frequencies, which will complete the process of allocating radio frequencies, STA adds.
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