NKRZI raises 3G licence price in Ukraine

Wednesday 3 December 2014 | 17:59 CET | News
The Ukrainian government has raised starting prices for 3G licences to UAH 2.7 billion, reports BizLigaNet. The earlier starting price was UAH 2.443 billion. The final text on the tender conditions has been published on the online portal of the national regulator NKRZI. According to the conditions, operators winning the tender will have to introduce 3G services within 18 months from obtaining the licence. Operators will have six years to start services in agglomerations of less than 10,000 residents. It is expected that 3G servces will be launched in Ukraine in summer 2015, at the earliest.

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