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Sunday, February 7, 2016

AT & T and Telcel get the other to go for the AWS band

AT & T and Telcel obtained the certificate of participation on the part of Federal Telecommunications Institute to participate in the auction of frequencies for mobile telephony in the AWS band will begin on February 15.


AT & T and Telcel obtained the certificate of participation on the part of Federal Telecommunications Institute (IFT), to participate in the auction of frequencies for mobile telephony in the AWS band will begin on February 15.

The available frequencies to be allocated under conditions which permit the use of a larger amount of contiguous blocks, encourage the deployment of advanced technologies, such as 4G and LTE (Long Term Evolution) in the provision of mobile services throughout the country.

The IFT reported that make available to the markets a greater amount of spectrum under conditions that favor its efficient use encourages users to access better services, particularly in access to broadband.

The regulator said that the resolution is based on full verification that both concerned met the requirements that credit their administrative, legal, financial and technical capacity, and criteria that promote effective competition in the bidding and prevent concentration phenomena opposites.

Both companies are subject to comply with the limits to the accumulation of radio spectrum set forth in the Tender.

The scheme will be under the tendering process Combinatorial Clock Auction, method by which many blocks can be auctioned in a single process that allows participants to have the possibility of flexible economic offers for different combinations of packages spectrum into two or more sub-bands or frequency bands.

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