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Research Brief

Dutch mobile auction will bring LTE, low-end spectrum, newcomer

, published: October 2012
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In this Research Brief we look at the strategic implications of the Dutch spectrum auction, which starts 31 October 2012. Five unnamed groups are bidding for a total of 185 MHz across six bands. The auction will enable the launch of LTE (and possibly TD-LTE) on the Dutch market, as well as one or two new MNOs joining the existing three. Tele2 is expected to be among the five bidders, and possibly ZUM, the joint venture of Ziggo and UPC. An unexpected new group could also emerge as the fifth bidder.

Specifications

Research Type Overview
Published 30 Oct 2012
Pages 4
File Type PDF
Size 449kb
Geographic Scope    Netherlands
Editions Mobile
Topics Market research / news, GPRS, GSM, 3G, Payment / Banking / Ticketing, NFC, Consumer

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