The government in India started assigning third-generation (3G) bandwidth for cellphone services toward mobile operators later than a multi-billion-dollar public sale of licenses.
The public sale for high-speed 3G services increased 15 billion dollars for the government from winning bidders who integrated top mobile companies Bharti Airtel, Reliance Communications and Vodafone Essar, along with others.
A spokesman for the telecom ministry, moribund to be recognized told AFP that they “have begun the allocation.”
They assured to begin the allocating 3G spectrum last September 1.
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