Tele2 will start in few months subscriptions for their own 4G network




Tele2 starts within a few months by offering subscriptions for its own 4G network. That has a head of the Dutch branch of the provider confirmed. The provider must, because it was in the rules of the 4G auction.

Fedor Hoevenaars CEO of Tele2 Netherlands said at a meeting on telecom Telecom Time fair, which takes place in Utrecht Wednesday that his company needs to quickly begin offering 4G. “We’re going to do something in 2015, we should be on the basis of the terms of the spectrum auction.” The auction ran in December 2012, but Hoevenaars talked about in January 2015.

Hoevenaars refers to the rules of the multi-band spectrum auction that appeared in the Government Gazette in January 2012. It states that providers who buy frequencies in the 800 MHz band within two years must offer services over those frequencies. Tele2 won twice 5MHz. Offering the services must be done according to the conditions on a total area of ​​616 square kilometers, slightly less than three times the area of ​​Amsterdam.

At a previous auction, for 2.6GHz frequencies, Tele2 also received all such liability and lived it. It is unknown whether the new subscriptions will be available to all customers immediately: it is not a condition that was in the auction rules.


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