India expected to auction 3G licenses soon

Wireless infrastructure vendors everywhere should be rejoicing. After years of delays, India appears close to awarding 3G licenses and new spectrum. Late last week, the country's Department of Telecommunications (DoT) issued guidelines for the auction and anticipates seeing 3G services commercially available in 2009. The auction is expected to begin in two months and finish by the end of they year. Article

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