The Danish Energy Agency has announced the results of the 700 MHz, 900 MHz and 2300 MHz multiband auction. Telia Company secured frequencies in the 700 and 900 MHz bands.
The frequencies are acquired through the TT Network – the infrastructure company of which Telia Company owns 50 percent – which is responsible for operating and developing the Radio Access Network.
Telia Company has secured access to 2×5 MHz in the 700 MHz band. The price for the new frequencies is DKK 107.6 million.
In the 900 MHz band, Telia Company has acquired 2×10 MHz at no upfront cost but against a roll-out commitment. The licenses granted are valid for 20 years for the 700 MHz band and 15 years for the 900 MHz band.
Telia Company and Telenor jointly own the TT network which is Denmark’s largest mobile network with more than 4,300 antenna positions. The network has more than 3.5 million mobile users and includes both 2G, 3G and 4G technologies.
During the second quarter of 2019, Telia Company together with Nokia, will begin the first Danish 5G live tests in the TT-network.