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Published: 23 march 2012 10:40

Omnitel, Tele2, and Bitė win licenses for 4G spectrum band

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TELE2 nuotr. / Bazinės stotys

Lithuania’s mobile operators Omnitel, Tele2 and Bitė Lietuva have won licenses to use the 2.6 GHz spectrum band from 2013, the communications regulatory service (RRT) has announced.

The operators will be able to use this spectrum to offer 4G services.

Each operator will have to pay a fee of 0.5 million litas (EUR 0.14 m) for a 15-year license. The winners of the tender will have to roll out 4G services in at least five Lithuania’s cities within three years and in at least fifteen cities within five years.

The 2.6 GHz spectrum band, which is now used by MDTV operators, will be freed up from 1 January 2013. As agreed with the RRT, the MDTV operators will use the 2.2 GHz spectrum band instead.

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