CTU allocates 3.7GHz spectrum blocks to winning bidders

1 Sep 2017

Following the conclusion of its 3.7GHz band (3600MHz-3800MHz) auction last month, the Czech Telecommunication Office (Cesky telekomunikacni urad, CTU) has announced the allocation of spectrum blocks to the four winning bidders. Nordic Telecom 5G has been assigned two 40MHz blocks in the 3720MHz-3760MHz and 3760MHz-3800MHz range, O2 Czech Republic has secured one block at 3680MHz-3720MHz, PODA now holds 3640MHz-3680MHz frequencies and Vodafone Czech Republic was assigned one block in the 3600MHz-3640MHz range. Each 40MHz block sold for CZK203 million (USD9.2 million), generating a total of CZK1.015 billion.



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