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Telecom regulator unlikely to revise 5G spectrum base price

2021-07-29 09:40:17


NEW DELHI: The Telecom Regulatory Authority of India (Trai) may not change the existing reserve price of spectrum in the 3300-3600 MHz band earmarked for the commercial launch of next generation or 5G services, a highly-placed source said.

"We are unlikely to revisit our pricing and stand that we have already taken earlier, but may consider newer bands such as the millimeter wave (mmWave) band (26 GHz range) with a reasonable price to drive economic benefits," a source told ETTelecom.
The sector regulator is considering at least 1000MHz that may facilitate telecom operators to unleash true potential of 5G and drive countrywide potential across business use cases.

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