DoT Publishes Qualified Bidders List for Spectrum Auction, Reliance Jio, Uninor, Airtel, Aircel and Idea to Bid for All Circles

By January 28th, 2014 AT 3:31 PM

Dot has today published its final list of qualified bidders for its upcoming spectrum auction for 1800 MHz and 900 MHz spectrum. Airtel, Aircel, Idea, Reliance Jio Uninor (Telewings) will be bidding for all circles.

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Where as Vodafone won’t be bidding in Assam, Bihar, HP J&K ,Mp, North East and Orissa. In case of Reliance they wont be bidding for Assam, Bihar, H.P, Kolkata, M.P, North East, Orissa and West Bengal.

Tata Docomo will be bidding for all circles except for Delhi.

403 Mhz of 2G spectrum in the 1800 MHz band and 46 MHz of spectrum in 900 MHz band is being put up for auction and the government has set a revenue target of Rs. 40,874.50 crore which includes Rs. 11,343 crore upfront.

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Reliance jio will bid all circles having more cash. So wait n watch

Arjun Chandrashekar
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I Don’t know about Aircel, But I can say That BSNL will be in the footfall Position. Because Nowadays BSNL is Getting even Worse than Aircel. Shame on Their Parts.

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