Kyrgyzstan selling 2300MHz-2400MHz spectrum in early September

Kyrgyzstan selling 2300MHz-2400MHz spectrum in early September

Kyrgyzstan is set to auction 2300MHz-2400MHz TDD spectrum, with licences covering all areas of the country except for the capital of Bishkek and second major city Osh.

Licences will be valid for ten years, and the country’s State Communications Agency (SCA) has divided the available spectrum into three lots, with reserve prices for combined bids starting at KGS60.92 million (US$784,000).

As reported by TeleGeography, the first lot will be 1×40MHz block of 2300MHz-2340MHz, valid in all regions except Bishkek and Osh with a starting price KGS82.450 million. The second will be 1×20MHz block of 2380MHz-2400MHz, valid in the same regions, for KGS41.225 million. The third will be valid only in the Batken, Talas and Naryn regions, and will consist of 1×40MHz block of 2340MHz-2380MHz with a starting price of KGS19.691 million.

The auctions are scheduled for early September, and all interested parties must pay a deposit of 5% of the starting bid for each lot that they intend to bid on.

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