Germany's mobile spectrum auction ended today netting a total of EUR4.38 billion. This amount is considerably less than analysts had expected.
German mobile spectrum auction bids reached EUR4.2 billion, as bidders continue to raise their offers for blocks in the valuable 800 megahertz band.
The DoT said that the 3G auctions ended on Wednesday but the names of the winners have not been announced yet.
German spectrum auction gained some momentum today with new bids in the 800 megahertz band block according to Wall Street Journal.
On the 32nd day of the 3G spectrum auction on Monday, a pan-India licence touched Rs 16,164 crore on Monday, against a base price of Rs 3,500 crore, taking the overall price of the third generation
German mobile spectrum auction bids totaled EUR3.25 billion on day 23. It is up from EUR3.19 billion the day before.
Bids for an all-India license to offer 3G services reached Rs 9,500-crore mark on the 18th day of auction.
April 30, 2010 - Germany's mobile spectrum auction gained EUR2.41 billion by the end of day 14.
April 27, 2010 - Germany's mobile spectrum auction gained EUR1.86 billion at the end of its 12th day, with bidders focusing on 800 megahertz band spectrum.
April 27, 2010 - The joint venture of Ziggo and UPC, the Netherlands' largest cable operators and Tele2 were the top bidders in the Dutch auction of 2.6GHz spectrum.
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