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Hungarian regulator unveils bidders for UMTS, Wimax tenders January 8, 2009

Posted by aikservices in Europe, Hungary, Mobile, Telecom, UMTS, WiMAX, Wireless.
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Hungarian telecommunications regulator NHH has announced the bidders for its UMTS and Wimax licence tenders. The regulator received four bids for bundle A, which allows a fourth GSM/UMTS service provider. The offers were submitted by Digi, Dream Com Tavkozlesi, Invitel Tavkozlesi and Mobinet Tavkozlesi Projekt. Digi and Mobil Wireless Broadband Hungary submitted bids for the bundle B, which offers room in the 450 MHz frequency band. Bidders for the 26 GHz tender include Invitel Tavkozlesi and Vodafone Hungary for bundle C (112 MHz), Magyar Telekom for bundle D (84 MHz), Antenna Hungaria, GTS Datanet Tavkozlesi for bundle E (56 MHz), and Invitel Tavkozlesi, Mobile Wireless Broadband Hungary and Mobinet Tavkozlesi Projekt for both bundles F (56 MHz) and G (112 MHz). In the case of successful bids, winners of bundles A and B will be granted frequency usage rights for 15 years, and winners of bundles C-G will enjoy such rights for a period of 10 years.

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