All the necessary steps have been taken to ensure the successful launch of 5G services in India. Reliance Jio, Bharti Airtel and Vodafone-Idea were all present at TRAI’s open house discussion on the auction regulations for the 5G spectrum but could not agree on a common position. Telecom carriers and other service providers have been ordered by the Telecom Regulatory Authority of India (Trai) to submit all their extra submissions by February 15 in this situation.
5G Service in India
The formula for valuing spectrum has been made available for public use by TRAI. Companies that provide satellite communications oppose the auction of the 28GHz spectrum due to its potential impact on airborne and maritime connections. And that’s critical in the context of aviation.
The price of the 5G spectrum did not have an impact on the outcome of the auction.
A starting price of Rs 492 crore per MHz of unpaired 5G spectrum in the 3,300-3,600 MHz range was recommended by TRAI for this band. The 3,300-3,600 MHz band will cost telecom companies purchasing radio waves for 5G a minimum of Rs 9,840 crore. There is a base price of Rs 492 crore for a telecom operator who wants spectrum in the medium bands.
Vikram Tiwathia, COAI Deputy Director General Vikram Tiwathia, and Reliance Jio Infocomm Chairman Ravi Gandhi urged regulators to set the base pricing of 5G spectrum in the mid- and high-frequency bands using international benchmarks, respectively. needed.
India has the most costly 5G spectrum in the world
- It cost Rs. 492 crore in India (3.3 to 3.6GHz).
- 4 crore rupees for Italy (3.7 GHz).
- Rs 71.3 crore for the United Kingdom (3.4 GHz).
- 6 crore rupees for the South Korean 3.5 GHz band.
- The United States of America (3.7 GHz) 20.2-crore Indian Rupees.
- 1,89 crore rupees for Finland (3.5 GHz).