Research Brief

Dutch mobile auction leads to fourth MNO, quick LTE roll-out

, published: December 2012
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In this Research Brief we provide an overview of the results of the Dutch multiband spectrum auction which ended on Friday 14 December 2012. This includes reactions from the winners and losers on their LTE roll-out plans and Telecompaper's expectations about post-auction developments. The five participants of the auction were existing mobile operators KPN, Vodafone Netherlands and T-Mobile Netherlands plus newcomers Tele2 Netherlands and Zum, the joint venture between cable operators Ziggo and UPC Netherlands. Except Zum, all participants acquired spectrum during the auction.


Research Type Overview
Published 24 Dec 2012
Pages 5
File Type PDF
Size 488kb
Geographic Scope    Netherlands
Editions Mobile
Topics Government telecommunications licensing, Data services, GPRS, GSM, 3G, HSPA, LTE
Companies Deutsche Telekom AG, KPN, Tele2 Nederland, Tele2 Netherlands, Telecompaper, T-Mobile Netherlands, UPC Nederland, UPC Netherlands, VodafoneZiggo, Ziggo

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