The National Communications Regulation Commission expects tenders for reception of licenses for 3G mobile communication UMTS in May-June, chairman of the commission Volodymyr Oliinyk told the Business magazine.
Ukrtelecom, the largest telecommunications company in Ukraine, has invited tenders for supply of 5.1 million cards for topping-up accounts (scratch cards) for mobile communications networks of the UMTS standard (3G networks).
The National Commission for Regulating Communications (NCRC) estimates the nominal value of frequency bands allocated for a tender for licenses for UMTS (3G) mobile communications at approximately UAH 890 million.
The National Commission for Regulating Communications (NCRC) expects a tender for selling licenses for UMTS (3G) mobile communications to be announced before February 2011.
Around the world there are many mobile operators that are marketing LTE as 4G – despite the fact that LTE is not part of the 4G standard, but is in fact part of the 3G standard IMT-2000 that was created many years ago.
Intertelecom, a fixed CDMA fixed-line telephone commutations operator based in Odesa, from September 10 introduced internet access tariff plans 3G Adrenaline and Free Access, read a statement made by the operator.
The National Communications Regulatory Commission (NCRC) admits holding a tender for selling licences for UMTS (3G) mobile communications before 2011, Commission Chairman Volodymyr Oliinyk has announced in course of an international investment forum named Integration and Partnership.
Ukrtelecom, Ukraine’s largest telecommunications company, has announced a tender to purchase 1.135 million SIM-cards for the network of mobile communications of UMTS standard (3G).
The MTS Ukraine mobile communication operator introduced unlimited Internet tariff plan for its subscribers called MTS Connect 3G.
The National Commission for Regulating Communications has created a working group to draft a plan on conversion of radio frequencies for the mobile communications of UMTS standard.