Government finally allows spectrum sharing between operators, but not leasing of spectrum

By August 13th, 2015 AT 1:18 AM

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Good…!!!!,the government acted very naively to avoid involvement of a ‘middle-man’ profit sharing!!!!


There were talks about how the efficient 800 MHz band would help companies like RJio if used for 4G.
Nice move. Result remains to be seen

sudhans sachan
sudhans sachan

Tata DoCoMo have lot of idle spectrum in 800 mhz band they might share the same with rjio or rcom , MTS. Will have to wait what happen to 800 mhz band if it is used for deploying 4g LTE.

Rahul R Patil
Rahul R Patil

This happening is more beneficial for RCOM than any other operator with current spectrum holding by Telecos if we consider 850Mhz band.In our country 850Mhz has been allotted not 800Mhz.

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