The Australian Communications and Media Authority (ACMA) has opened applications for the upcoming 2021 auction of 5G spectrum in the 850/900 MHz band.
The ACMA has released details of the starting prices for the spectrum to be auctioned in late November or early December.
Telstra has announced it has secured 1000 MHz in the 26 GHz spectrum auction, investing $277 million to further extend its leadership in 5G now - and into the future.
Five companies have won spectrum in the Australian Communications and Media Authority’s latest spectrum auction in the 26 GHz band. The 26 GHz band has been identified as optimal for the delivery of 5G wireless broadband services.
Bidding limits for Australia’s next 5G spectrum auction, which is scheduled to occur in March 2021, have been announced by the Federal Government.
The Australian Government has commenced the process in preparation for the auction of 2.4 GHz of essential spectrum in the mmWave 26 GHz band to support a “fast and efficient” rollout of a 5G network across Australia.
Telstra has moved quickly to launch its first 5G Melbourne and Sydney sites after being given early access to the 3.6 GHz spectrum it won at auction last week.
London-based optimised network densification and network extension service Dense Air says it will provide densification experiences to both businesses and residences in Australia, following its purchase in the 5G spectrum auction conducted by the Australian Communications and Media Authority.
Securing between 30-80 MHz nation-wide in the 3.6 GHz spectrum will ensure that Telstra plays the leading tole in bringing 5G capabilities and super-cast connections to Australians in both urban and rural areas, the company's chief executive Andrew Penn says.
Telstra has picked up the largest number of lots in the 5G spectrum auction organised by the Australian Communication and Media Authority in the 3.6 GHz band.
Critical information for the auction of spectrum in the 3.6GHz band — which will pave the way for 5G telecoms services in Australia — has been released by the broadcasting and telecommunications regulator, the Australian Communications and Media Authority.
The Australian Government has announced competition limits which it says will allow a competitive auction by telcos bidding for 5G spectrum in the 3.6 GHz band.
The Australian Communications and Media Authority has opened bidding in an auction to sell spectrum in bands that remain unallocated in the 1800 MHz band, and the 2 GHz, 2.3 GHz and 3.4 GHz bands.
The Australian Communications and Media Authority will hold an auction later this year to sell spectrum for mobile broadband, LTE and potential 5G technologies.
TPG has paid a whopping $1.26 billion for two lots of 10MHz in the 700MHz spectrum auction, with Vodafone also shelling out $286 million on buying up the previously unsold spectrum.
Bidding for the unsold lots of the 700 MHz band spectrum has kicked off with the Australian Communications and Media Authority opening the online auction.
The Australian Communications and Media Authority has opened applications for the 2017 auction of unsold spectrum licences in the 700 MHz band.
Mobile penetration across Australia has soared to 137% of the country alongside a slowing in the number of mobile subscribers in recent years.
The federal government has gone against Telstra recommendations that no limits be placed on the amount of spectrum that can be bought by any one operator, instead directing the media watchdog ACMA to set competition limits.
Wednesday's Labor leadership shakeup claimed a Prime Minister but it also claimed the head of the biggest infrastructure project in the nation's history, Senator Stephen Conroy.
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