France fails to auction 3G license

The French government was unable to successfully auction a 3G license, which would have introduced a fourth mobile operator to the country. The government rejected the only bid that came from French Internet start-up Iliad SA, saying the company didn't meet the required financial metrics.

For more about France's failure to auction a 3G license:
- read this article from The Wall Street Journal (sub. req.)

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