Fiji’s 4G auction humming along

Posted on July 23, 2013  /  0 Comments

Fiji follows Papua New Guinea in assigning 4G frequencies. It appears the auction is going well.

Notices posted by the Department of Communications yesterday showed that of the three telecommunications providers, only Vodafone filled their 30 MHz quota and had left the ongoing 4G spectrum auction leaving TFL and Digicel to bid for the remaining frequencies.

Each company had a quota of 30 MHz.

In total, there were 20 lots of spectrum to bid for with bids ranging from $131,500 to $504,700 by the close of the auctions yesterday. The auction will run until July 26.


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