By Supantha Mukherjee and Helena Soderpalm
STOCKHOLM (Reuters) – Swedish telecom operators are planning to cover almost the entire country with 5G in the next two to three years after the spectrum auction was conducted by the telecom regulator PTS.
The auction, which was delayed twice – once for security review and the second time over a lawsuit filed by Huawei – started on Tuesday and concluded the same day.
PTS had estimated between two and 10 days for the completion of the auction between four bidders.
“There were a lot of frequencies available and the auction was designed so that three bidders could receive a reasonable amount of frequencies in the 3.5 GHz band, and a fourth bidder could gain access to the entire 2.3 GHz band without new …
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