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The Norwegian government has decided that the 700 MHz band (694-790 MHz) in the future will be dedicated to mobile broadband communications services. Today the 700 MHz band is used for digital terrestrial television (DTT) and wireless microphones (in "white spaces") in Norway. The DTT-licence expires 3rd of June 2021. The Norwegian Communications Authority (Nkom) is currently preparing the allocation of the band.
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The Norwegian Communications Authority (Nkom) will award approximately 2 x 20 MHz in the 900 MHz band. The frequencies are currently assigned to TeliaSonera Norge AS and Telenor ASA. The licenses expire 31 December 2017. According to plan the auction will be conducted summer 2016.
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The Norwegian Communications Authority (Nkom) awarded 2 x15 MHz in the 1800 MHz band by multiround ascending auction. The auction started 25 November and lasted till 3 December 2015. The frequencies are the unsold lots from the multiband auction in December 2013. Three bidders participated in the auction and TeliaSonera won 2 x 5 MHz and Telenor won 2x 10 MHz. Total revenue amounts to NOK 877 983 276. The actual placement of the frequencies was decided with a first-price sealed-bid auction.
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The auction was conducted 2 to 10 December 2013. TeliaSonera, Telenor and Telco Data won spectrum in the auction. TeliaSonera won the coverage block and are therefore obliged to undertake the coverage obligation to cover 98 % of the population within five years after the award with a service with an average downstream bitrate of 2 Mbit/s. Four bidders in total participated in the auction. The total revenue for all the spectrum amounts to 1 784 702 000 NOK.
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The auction in the frequency band 2 GHz was concluded 19 November 2012. TeliaSonera and Telenor won four frequency blocks each and Mobile Norway won one frequency block. All three operators now have the same amount of spectrum in 2 GHz.
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NPT decided to award vacant spectrum in the frequency bands 23, 28, 32 and 38 GHz by way of auction in 2012. Only two companies registered for the announced auction. NPT concluded that there were enough available spectrum for both companies.
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Auction number thirteen was the first frequency auction in Norway that was carried out on a commercial auction web site. 2 x 30 MHz was vacant and two bidders participated. Broadnet Norge AS won the auction by a bid of 172 000 NOK.
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Auction number twelve was a sealed-bid, first-price auction. 10 MHz in the frequency band 1800 MHz was auctioned off. The frequency band was divided into two equal parts. The NPT only received one bid for one of the frequency licences. The licence was sold to iBand AS for 61 160 NOK.
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Auction number eleven was a sealed-bid, first-price auction where three frequency blocks in 23 GHz was auctioned off. Tele2 Norge AS won all three frequency blocks.
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Auction number ten was a sealed-bid, first-price auction where 2 x 30 MHz in the frequency band 10 GHz was auctioned off. The NPT did not receive any bids in this auction.