5G Spectrum Auction 2022- Day 3 Report

Find out what changed on day 3 of the 5G Spectrum auction

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So the spectrum auction completed its 3rd day today. There were 7 clock rounds of bidding on the 3rd day taking the total to 16 clock rounds, and the auction will continue with the 17th round on day 4. Let us take a look at what changed on day 3 of the auction.

600 MHz:

Even on day 3 there was no demand for spectrum in this band in any circle from any of the participants.

700 MHz:

No fresh demand in this band on day 3 from any operator in any circle.

800 MHz:

No fresh demand in this band on day 3 from any operator in any circle.

900 MHz:

No fresh demand in this band on day 3 from any operator in any circle.

1800 MHz:

In this band, the competitive bidding for spectrum in UP East circle continued just like day 2. The demand exceeded availability by 21 blocks or 4.2 MHz.

2100 MHz:

No fresh demand in this band on day 3 from any operator in any circle.

2300 MHz:

Even on day 3 there was no demand for spectrum in this band in any circle from any of the participants.

2500 MHz:

No fresh demand in this band on day 3 from any operator in any circle.

3.5 GHz:

No fresh demand in this band on day 3 from any operator in any circle.

26 GHz:

No fresh demand in this band on day 3 from any operator in any circle.

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Esmail Beguwala

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Esmail is passionate about the Telecom spectrum, Broadband data services, and video streaming devices. When not writing an article, you can find him binge-watching shows on OTT apps, while sipping on a cup of coffee.

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Find out what changed on day 2 of the 5G spectrum auction

5G Spectrum Auction 2022- Day 2 Report

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JIO bids for 130 Mhz (max) in C-band and 10 Mhz in pricey band 28 for full fledged 5G play.

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