Auction number nine was a sealed-bid, first-price auction of frequency resources that was vacant after auction number eight. 10 MHz in region 2, 3 and 5 was auctioned off, and Hafslund Telekom AS won the auction.
Auction number eight was the second online frequency auction where simultaneous multiple bidding rounds were used in Norway. The auction format was the same as in auction number five, a so called "simultaneous multiple round auction with switching (SMRA)". Auction number eight was concluded after seven days of bidding.
In Norway's seventh auction 22 MHz bandwidth in 2,3 GHz were auctioned off. The auction was carried out as an open ascending auction and the bids were submitted by encrypted e-mail. NextGenTel won the auction.
Auction number five was the first online frequency auction where simultaneous multiple bidding rounds were used in Norway. The auction format was called "simultaneous multiple round auction with switching (SMRA)". This auction format has later been used in allocation of frequency resources in other countries. Auction number five had 87 rounds and lasted for eight days.
In Norway's fourth frequency auction available resources in the 450 MHz-band that prior had been used for NMT450 by Telenor ASA, was auctioned off. The licence was assigned to Nordisk Mobiltelefon AS, who was the only bidder in the auction.
In Norways third frequency auction two vacant licences in 2 GHz was auctioned off. The licences was vacant due to the bankruptcy of Broadband Mobile and Tele2 handing back its license. One of the licenses that were auctioned off was sold to Hi3G Access Norway, while the second license was left unsold.