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Digi, Vodafone Hungary enter 3400-3800 MHz auction

Monday 16 May 2016 | 16:07 CET | News
Hungary's telecommunications authority NMHH announced that Digi (Digi Tavkozlesi es Szolgaltato) and Vodafone Hungary (Vodafone Magyarorszag) registered for its 3400-3800 MHz auction. The first phase of the registration process was completed and the authority will begin the examination of the bids. Auction results are expected within 150 days from the date of the auction's announcement, 11 April. Potential winners are entitled to use the frequencies until 2034. The frequencies may be used for broadband mobile data services. Digi is the local subsidiary of Romania-based operator RCS&RDS.

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Categories: Internet / Mobile & Wireless
Companies: Digi / RCS&RDS / Vodafone Hungary
Countries: Hungary
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