Ofcom reveals plans to sell radio spectrum for new 3G and WiMax services
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Network operators want to cut costs and share 3G infrastructure. But the cost could be competition and quality of service
Motorola and Nokia chiefs blast expensive wireless spectrum sales
Every second represents a loss in third-generation rollout delay scenario, says Lucent's Erickson
WAP Forum chief Goldman is optimistic but others point to threat from Japan
Bouygues' decision to retire from the French UMTS auction is unlikely to force the government to back down from high licence prices according to analysts.
Vivendi's mobile phone division, SFR, has decided it will bid for a French UMTS licence after all, only one day before the deadline for entrance closes.
French auction flounders and where does that leave UK companies?
Telefonica and Suez Lyonnaise des Eaux have withdrawn their application from the French 3G mobile licence contest just days before the closing date, complaining that the existing licence fee is too high.
France Telecom has announced it will sell its 11 per cent stake in chip manufacturer STMElectronics as it continues its search for funds for its UMTS licence bid.
French telecom operator Bouygues Telecom will plunge itself into debt if it continues its bid for a French UMTS licence.
Swedish telecoms incumbent Telia has started a court battle against the decision by the Swedish regulator not to award the operator a UMTS licence.
Swedish telecoms operator Telia will appeal against the decision by the National Post and Telecom Authority (PTS) to reject its bid for a UMTS licence.
Sweden's Telia has become the first incumbent telco to lose out on a UMTS licence in its own country due to technical deficiencies.
The Swiss government restarted and closed bidding for four UMTS licences today, three weeks after suspending its first attempt.
Telefonica Moviles has picked two more equipment providers to help roll out its UMTS infrastructure in Spain.
Telesystem TIW has decided not to buy into Hutchison 3G's British UMTS licence, claiming it is too expensive.
Italian motorway company Autostrade has won a temporary reprieve on its bid to keep its E2bn (£1.2bn) UMTS licence deposit.
Poland has delayed the awarding of its UMTS licences following discontent expressed by national telecom operators over the conditions of the process.
First published: Mon, 01 Nov 1999 14:52:14 GMT
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