Over 90 market players interested in Mexican mobile licence

Monday 11 January 2010 | 07:46 CET | News
Around 93 companies have acquired the bid documents for the mobile licence tender launched by Cofetel on 6 January. As part of the tender, Mexican telecoms regulator Cofetel is offering additional 120 MHz spectrum in the 1.7 and 1.9 GHz frequency bands. Both frequency bands can be used for provision of any telecommunications service, especially 3G including voice, data and video. The tender aims to boost competition by promoting the entry of new competitors on the market, without inhibiting the growth of established operators. Some 49 companies acquired the bid documents for the 1.7 GHz

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Categories: Mobile & Wireless
Countries: Mexico
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