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Dec 21, 2020 17:36 EEST
December 21 (SeeNews) - Slovenia's telecommunications regulator, AKOS, opened a public tender for allocating radio frequencies for the provisioning of public telecommunications services, including 5G services, to end users in the country, it said.
The agency is inviting all interested parties in getting frequencies in the 700 MHz, 1500 MHz, 2100 MHz, 2300 MHz, 3600 MHz and 26 GHz bands to submit their bids by February 1, 2021, AKOS said in a statement on Friday.
The frequencies will be allocated on technology neutral basis, meaning that operators can use them for any type of mobile technology, with some of the frequencies - 700 MHz, 3600 MHz and 26 GHz, being intended for the implementation of 5G mobile technology and services.
AKOS also said that it launched the tender due to interest expressed in obtaining the frequencies by local telecommunications operators, as well as in order to meet the European Commission rules on spectrum allocation.
Once the February 1 tender deadline expires, the agency will check if the bidders meet the required conditions and stage auctions for the sale of the frequencies in March or April.
It hopes to issue the final decisions on awarding the frequencies by the middle of 2021.
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