The Slovenian regulator AKOS has announced a tender for 5G frequencies.
Quoting AKOS, Delo> reports that the selection and auction procedure is likely to take several months, with the auction expected to end next spring.
It adds that if AKOS sells all the frequencies at the starting prices the Slovenian state will earn €69 million.
Aside from the telcos Telekom Slovenije, A1, Telemach and T2, interest in the frequencies is being shown by technology companies seeing the potential of developing niche services.
The tender is for a total of six frequency bands, three of which – 700 and 3600 MHz and 26 GHz – are intended specifically for 5G services and the others for any mobile technology.