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I INTRODUCTION
1.1 Summary
1.1.1 Introduction
1.1.2 Objectives of the Auctions
1.1.3 Eligibility conditions
1.1.4 3G mobile
1.1.5 Broadband wireless access
1.1.6 Policy background
1.1.7 Spectrum to be auctioned
1.1.8 Pre-qualification process
1.1.9 The Auctions
1.1.10 The Mock Auction
1.1.11 Timetable
1.2 Application instructions, enquiries and further information
1.3 Advisers to the Government
II INDIAN WIRELESS MOBILE SECTOR
2.1 Sector overview
2.4 Outlook
2.5 Technology
2.6 Evolution of the regulatory regime and its impact on the industry
2.6.1 UAS licence – key features
III INDIAN BROADBAND SECTOR
3.1 Broadband Policy
3.2 Subscriber numbers
3.3 Current Broadband access technologies
3.4 Broadband service providers
3.5 Internet Service Provider Licence
IV SPECTRUM
4.1 Spectrum to be auctioned
4.2 Reservation for BSNL/ MTNL
4.3 Backhaul
4.4 Technology
V ELIGIBILITY AND CONDITIONS
5.1 Eligibility criteria to participate in the Auctions
5.1.1 3G Auction
5.1.2 800MHz Auction
5.1.3 BWA Auction
5.2 Associated Licensees
5.3 Prospective New Entrants
5.3.1 New entrants – foreign entities
5.4 Roll-out obligations
5.4.1 Roll-out obligations for 3G Spectrum and 800MHz Spectrum
5.4.2 Roll-out obligations for BWA Spectrum
5.5 Spectrum usage charges
5.5.1 Adjusted Gross Revenue
5.6 Duration
5.7 Breach, revocation and surrender
VI ASSOCIATED POLICY ISSUES
6.1 Government’s vision
6.2 Objectives of the Auctions
7.2.1 Application format and procedures for submission
7.2.2 Pre-qualification tests
7.2.3 Earnest Money Deposit
7.2.4 Application processing fee
7.3 Announcement of pre-qualified Bidders
7.4 Bid validity
7.5 Payment methodology
7.6 Assignment of spectrum
VIII THE 3G AUCTION – AUCTION RULES
8.1 Conduct of the Auction
8.2 Overview of the Auction stages
8.3 The Clock Stage
8.3.1 Overview
8.3.2 Making bids during Clock Rounds
8.3.3 Eligibility Points
8.3.4 Activity Rule
8.3.5 Ranking of Bidders and Provisional Winning Bidders
8.3.6 Prices and price increments
8.3.7 Winning Bids and Winning Prices
8.3.8 Length of Clock Rounds and extension periods
8.4 Assignment Stage
8.5 Information policy
8.6 Collusion and other prohibited behaviour
IX THE 800MHZ AUCTION – AUCTION RULES
9.1 Conduct of the Auction
9.2 Overview of the Auction stages
9.3 The Clock Stage
9.3.1 Overview
9.3.2 Making bids during Clock Rounds
9.3.3 Eligibility Points
9.3.4 Activity Rule
9.3.5 Ranking of Bidders and Provisional Winning Bidders
9.3.6 Prices and price increments
9.3.7 Winning Bids and Winning Prices
9.3.8 Length of Clock Rounds and extension periods
9.4 Information policy
9.5 Collusion and other prohibited behaviour
X THE BWA AUCTION – AUCTION RULES
10.1 Conduct of the Auction
10.2 Overview of the Auction stages
10.3 The Clock Stage
10.3.1 Overview
10.3.2 Making bids during Clock Rounds
10.3.3 Eligibility Points
10.3.4 Activity Rule
10.3.5 Ranking of Bidders and Provisional Winning Bidders
10.3.8 Length of Clock Rounds and extension periods
10.4 Assignment Stage
10.5 Information policy
10.6 Collusion and other prohibited behaviour
XI APPLICATION INSTRUCTIONS
XII CONTACT AND FURTHER INFORMATION
12.1 Contacts for further enquiries
12.2 Further information
12.3 Disclosure of further information
XIII ANNEXURE
A. Regulatory regime in the Indian telecommunications sector
A.1 Telecom Commission
A.2 Department of Telecommunications
A.3 Telecom Regulatory Authority of India
A.4 Telecom Dispute Settlement & Appellate Tribunal
A.5 Wireless Planning & Coordination Wing
A.6 Telecom Engineering Centre
B. Detailed definition of service areas
C. Standard UAS licence
D. Guidelines for obtaining UAS licence
E. Standard ISP-category ‘A’ licence
F. Guidelines for obtaining ISP-category ‘A’ licence
G. Illustration of Auction Rules
H. Application Checklist
H.1 Application Format for the 3G Auction
H.2 Application Format for the 800MHz Auction
H.3 Application Format for the BWA Auction
H.4 Format for Earnest Money Deposit
H.5 Format for an undertaking to obtain a UAS licence (for existing licensees)
H.7 Format for undertaking to obtain UAS licence (for Prospective New Entrant)
H.12 Format for Ownership Compliance Certificate for the BWA Auction
I. System requirements for accessing the EAS
I.1 Operating system and software
I.2 Java
I.3 Pop-up blockers
I.4 Power management settings
I.5 Using other software at the same time
I.6 Internet connection
I.7 Display
J. Back up procedures for making bids
K. Definitions and glossary of terms
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