ERO INFORMATION DOCUMENT

on
GSM Frequency Utilisation
within Europe

Updated: March 2004

Copyright  European Radiocommunications Office

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This document summarises the information collected from administrations and
operators concerning the frequency sub-bands licensed to GSM operators (900
and 1800 MHz bands) across Europe. The information reflects the status on
approximately March 2004. This information can also be found on the ERO
Internet Homepage (www.ero.dk).
This document contains GSM networks in Europe using the following frequency
ranges:
E-GSM:
GSM-900:
GSM-1800:

880-890 / 925-935 MHz
(2 x 10 MHz)
890-915 / 935-960 MHz
(2 x 25 MHz)
1710-1785 / 1805-1880 MHz (2 x 75 MHz)

Details are given about the following countries:
1 ALBANIA
2 ANDORRA
3 AUSTRIA
4 BELGIUM
5 BULGARIA
6 CROATIA
7 CYPRUS
8 CZECH REPUBLIC
9 DENMARK
10 ESTONIA
11 FINLAND
12 FRANCE
13 GERMANY
14 GREECE
15 HUNGARY
16 ICELAND
17 IRELAND
18 ITALY
19 LATVIA

20 LIECTENSTEIN
21 LITHUANIA
22 LUXEMBOURG
23 MACEDONIA
24 MALTA
25 NORWAY
26 POLAND
27 PORTUGAL
28 ROMANIA
29 RUSSIAN FEDERATION
30 SLOVAK REPUBLIC
31 SLOVENIA
32 SPAIN
33 SWEDEN
34 SWITZERLAND
35 THE NETHERLANDS
36 TURKEY
37 UKRAINE
38 THE UNITED KINGDOM

0 % No. 890-915/ 935-960.0 / 935.4/935. January 2001 GSM Subscribers 26 000 Operator STA (Mobiland) Average Analogue: Total E-GSM 0 Service License start expiry 1993 unlimited Total GSM-900 2 x 25.0-960.0 MHz none The Andorran government is planning to grant a 1800 MHz license to STA.0 MHz (2 x 25. The E-GSM bands are not yet operational.000 - - None - Albanian Mobile Communication s (AMC) Analogue Total GSM-900 2 x 12.4 MHz Total GSM-1800 0 GSM Penetration 1% A second Albanian GSM operator is planned and will be given the frequency sub-bands 907-915 / 952-960 MHz (2 x 8 MHz). 1710-1785/ 1805-1880 MHz Albania.4 MHz) No. of Sub scribers 26 000 . of Subscriber 30.0-902.0 MHz) 2 x 25.4 MHz ( 2 X 12. Andorra. The rest of the GSM shall be reserve. January 2001 GSM Subscriber 30.0 – 915. GSM Penetration 40.0-947.Frequency Utilisation of the Frequency Bands 880-890/ 925-935.0 MHz Frequencies Total GSM-1800 0 890.000 Total E-GSM 0 Operator Service start MAY 96 License expires 19 AUG 2014 Frequencies 890.

126.2 MHz) 1734.4 MHz (2x 1.4 MHz) 1725.0-1741.8-1757.6 /1839.4/1807.2 MHz) 1742.2-1747.6 MHz) 898.2-892.4-1817.0 MHz (2x 1.8.6 / 935.0 MHz Frequencies Total GSM-1800 2 x 71.0/1845.0 MHz might be auctioned in 2004 Source of market data: Mobile Communications Jan.2 MHz) 1731.000 575.8/1837.2-937.6-1755.0/1835.8 MHz (2x 7.040.2/1843.0-1731.2-1876.4-1851.8 MHz (2x 2.6 MHz) 2 x 22.4-1756.6-1733.0-1845.4 MHz (2x 23.2 /1820.8 / 943.8-1838.8 / 951.2-1781.0/1805.0-1836.000 Operator T-Mobile Austria GmbH Total E-GSM 2 x 0 MHz *) Service License start expiry OCT 96 DEC 2015 Mobilkom Austria Aktiengesellsch aft & Co KG DEC 92 DEC 2015 One GmbH SEP 98 Tele.Austria.2-1842.4/1853.2-958. .4 % 2.6 MHz (2x 3.6 MHz) 1750.6 MHz) 1758. March 2004 GSM Subscribers 7.4-1742.4 MHz) 1756.6 MHz (2 x 5.0 MHz (2x 4. MHz (2x 7.6/1829.000 3.2 MHz (2x 6.2-913.8 MHz (2x 1.4 MHz (2x 1.2-1834.0 MHz) 1740.0-1750.0-897.4-1837.2-1739.8-1743.0 MHz) 906. When will band be available? The band will be available for GSM as from 2005.000 Notes: *) EGSM: 2 x 10.2-950.6-1850.2-1712.4/1850.0-942.4-1722.0 MHz (2 x 2.4 MHz 893.000 1.8 MHz) 1712.4 MHz) 1741.8 MHz (2x 5.2-1807.2-905.6-1828. 2004 Frequency Band 914-915/959-960 Other existing use in the GSM bands Cordless telephone (CT 1) License duration.385.2 MHz) 1755.4/1836.0-1826.45 MHz per operator GSM Penetration 88.4 MHz (2 x 10.2 MHz (2x 2.8 MHz) 1710. Trends.6 MHz (2x 2.2 MHz) 1748.8-1852.8/1851.8 / 938.ring Telekom Service GmbH Average JUN 00 DEC 2017 DEC 2019 Total GSM-900 2 x 24.2 MHz) 890.126.8 MHz (2x 1.4 MHz) 1744.8/1826.

2-939.615.368 1.0 MHz Frequencies GSM Penetration 77 % No. March 2004 GSM Subscribers 7.4 MHz) 2 x 5.1 % No. Bulgaria.8 / 935. of Sub scribers 570 000 0 .0 MHz Total GSM-1800 2 x 58.220 Average 2 x 30 MHz per operator Analogue none * The E-GSM bands are not yet operational Frequency Band 885-887 / 930-932 MHz Other existing use in the GSM bands CT1+ License duration.0 / 940.6 MHz) 1730.2-894.2 MHz 2 x 2.6 MHz) JAN 2001 JAN 2016 895.031.6-1828. Trends.Belgium.4 MHz Service License Frequencies start expiry SEPT 95 AUG 2009 890.8 (2 x 4.8 MHz per operator None GSM Penetration 7. January 2001 GSM Subscribers 570 000 Operator MobilTel OTE Average Analogue Total Total Total E-GSM GSM-900 GSM-1800 0 2 x 9.313 2.901 Operator Proximus Mobistar KPN/ORANGE Total E-GSM 2 x 8 MHz Service start JAN 94 AUG 96 APR 99 License expiry Licence given on 2/7/96 for 15 yrs: 2/7/2011 Licence given on 27/11/95 for 15 yrs: 27/11/201 0 Licence given on 2/7/98 for 15 yrs: 2/7/2013 Total GSM-900 2 x 24.0 MHz (2 x 2.0 MHz (2 x 4. When will band be available? Band will be available in 2008 914-915 / 959-960 MHz CT1 Decrease band will be available in coming year(s).4-900.6-1733 / 1825.847.4-945. of Sub scribers 890-896/935-941 MHz and 902-908/947-953 MHz and 1710-1725/1805-1820 MHz (2 x 30 MHz) aditional 2 times 3MHz to be identified in DCS1800 band 896-902/941-947 MHz and 908-914/953-959 MHz 1725-1740/1820-1835MHz (2 x 30 MHz) aditional 2 times 3MHz to be identified in DCS1800 band 1763-1785 / 1858-1880 MHz and 880-885/925-930 MHz * and 887-990/932-935 MHz * (2 x30 MHz) 4.201.

6-914.2-1830 MHz 890. January 2004) - .0 MHz) 2 x 12.0-953.8 MHz) for each operator (GSM-1800) GSM Penetration 67% (June 2003) No.2-902.0-908.4 MHz / 935.2-1855 MHz (2 x 12.0-896.6-959.2-1760 MHz / 1830.2-914. March 2004 GSM Subscribers 2 463 827 Operator HTmobile VIPNET Total E-GSM 0 Service License start expiry OCT 95 SEP 2009 JUL 99 SEP 2008 Average Analogue Total GSM-900 2 x 24.4 MHz / 1735.2 / 953.2 MHz) for each operator (GSM-900) (2 x 24.5 % No.0 MHz and 908.Croatia.0 MHz Frequencies Total GSM-1800 0 896.0 MHz) GSM Penetration 55. January 2004) Operator Total E-GSM CYTA Service start 1995 License expiry 27/2/24 SCANCOM 1/5/04 1/12/23 Total GSM-900 Total GSM-1800 Frequencies 902.2 MHz (2 x 12.775 (post –paid.0-941.0 MHz (2 x 12. March 2004 GSM Subscribers 303.8 MHz / 1710.0 / 941. of Sub scribers 1 263 827 890. of Sub scribers 303.0 MHz None 1 200 000 Cyprus.2-947.2-959.2-1735 MHz / 1805.0 / 935.8 MHz / 947.775 (post – paid.

8 MHz and 902.0 MHz and 904.4-1816.4 MHz and 1752.4-1831.2 MHz and 1717.8 MHz and 1711.Czech Republic.2 / 951.2-904.8-957.2-949.6 MHz 897.6 MHz 1722.0 / 947.8 MHz Frequencies Total GSM-1800 2 x 45.9% No.4-897.4-942.6 / 954.8-1762.8 MHz 2 x 22.2-909.2-951.6 MHz and 1730. Trends.8 / 942.0-1776.4/1825.0 MHz and 906.0-1818.2-944.4-911.2/1806.2 MHz 894.2-954.8 – 960 MHz 885–887 / 930–932 MHz 914–915 / 959–960 MHz Total GSM-900 2 x 21.0-1727.4-956.8-912.2-939.8/1858.0 / 939.2-894.0-1723.0 MHz and 909.4-1736.0 MHz and 900.0 / 949.8/1812.6 MHz 890.0-902.0 / 945.2/1819.2 MHz and 911.4-1721.4-1717.2-899.2-906.0/935.6/1817.0 MHz 958.0 MHz and 1763.8-1857.0-929.4 MHz none GSM Penetration 93.0 / 925.0-884.0-1822.0-947.6/1847. March 2004 GSM Subscribers 9 672 040 Operator EuroTel Total E-GSM 0 Service License start expiry JUL 96 20 years T-mobile (former Radio Mobil) SEPT 96 20 years Cesky mobil MAR 2000 20 years Average Analogue Frequency Band 880.8 MHz and 1724.0-1871. of Sub scribers 4 177 874 3 947 415 1 546 751 Other existing use in the GSM bands Request for military tactical rr License duration.4-1812.8 / 956. When will band be available? Military: aeronautical radionavigaTion CT1 + CT1 By 2007 By the end 2005 By the end 2005 .

0-940.2-1760.4 /1805.8 / 1855.2MHz None GSM Penetration 38.4 MHz) 896.6 MHz 882.815 327.8 / 951.4 MHz (2x21.7/1855.8 MHz (2 x 7.8 / 935.6-1841.6–1869.845 885. January 2001 GSM Subscribers 545 040 Operator EMT Radiolinja Estonia Ritabell Average Analogue Total E-GSM 0 Service License start expiry JAN 95 2010 JAN 95 2010 APR 97 2010 Total GSM-900 2 x 22.4 MHz (2x28.3-1784.8 MHz and 1729.6 MHz) GSM Penetration 73.4/938.7 % No.2-913.8/930.6 MHz) 1775. Of Sub scribers 327 000 118 040 100 000 .0-895.2-1729.661.0-904. of Sub scribers 1.8 MHz 905.8 MHz 1760.1-1864.6-1746.8 MHz Frequencies Total GSM-1800 2 x 74.4 / 1841.8 MHz) 880.9/1870.8 MHz) Service provider using the network of Sonofon Service provider using the network of TDC Service provider using the network of both Sonofon and TDC 2 x 17 MHz None 555.609 Estonia.102. March 2004 GSM Subscribers 4477752 Operator Sonofon TDC Telia Orange Total E-GSM 2 x 8.2–1855.0 MHz 1775.639 453.2-881.8 MHz 1746.4/927.8 / 950.2-942.7 MHz (2 x 9.6 MHz ) 2 x 17.2-897.2-950.0-958.4 MHz 893.8 MHz (2 x 35.0-949.Denmark.6-1774.0-913.0-1879.6-937.6 MHz) Reserved DCS – 1800 ( 2* 9.8 MHz (2 x 7.8 MHz (2 x 7.524 191.8 / 941.2-926.6 MHz) 890.1-1769.8 / 943.0/1824.9 MHz (2 x 9.6 MHz) 906.8/1870.8-885.938 465.9 % No.0-1784.8 MHz (2x21.6/925.8 MHz and 1710.8-930.2-905.8 MHz Frequencies Total GSM-1800 2 x 28.2-1824.6 MHz) 1760.2-958.6 MHz Service License start expiry MAR 92 GSM900: MAR2002 GSM1800 JUN2007/ DEC2010 MAR 92 GSM900: MAR2002 GSM1800 JUN2007/D EC2010 MAR 98 GSM900 JAN2011 MAR 98 GSM1800 JUN2007 GSM900: JAN2011 GSM1800 JUN 2007 CBB-mobil Telmore Debitel Aug97 Average Analogue: Total GSM-900 2 x 24.987 1.6-892.3-1879.8 MHz 898.

8 MHz) Areas listed1: 904.8 MHz (2 x 8.905.6 / 935.8 MHz (2 x 10 MHz) Whole country except Åland: 1731.2 .950.2 / 1826.2 . 9 500 ca.4 MHz (2 x 5. Tampere + 23 km and Oulu + 30 km.958.4 MHz Service License start expiry for GSM: NOV JAN 92 20172 Sonera Mobile Networks Oy for GSM: JUL 92 NOV 20172 Ålands Mobiltelefon Ab JUN 93 DEC 20172 Finnet Verkot Oy start: JAN 01 DEC 20192 Average Analogue 1 2 Total GSM-900 2 x 23.0 MHz (2 x 3.2-1728.948.8 MHz (2 x 18.6 / 935.2 MHz (2 x 3 MHz) 880.958.6 MHz) 1710.2 .0-1866.2 / 1841.2 .930.901.0 / 947.2 / 1863.8 / 949.1 375 000 ca.6-1841.6 MHz (2 x 13.8 MHz (2 x 10 MHz) Rest of the country (except Åland): 905.946. 87 % No.958.2 MHz (2 x 14. Operating licence.4 MHz Total GSM-1800 2 x 52.0 .6 MHz (2 x 11.0 .4.913.4 MHz Frequencies Whole country except Åland: 1746.2 MHz (2 x 15.6 MHz) Åland: 904.0 .Finland.6-1762.4 MHz) Whole country except areas listed1 and Åland: 902.0 .2 .913.4-1771. Turku + 16 km.2-1823.8 MHz) and 1768.4 .2000) Helsinki area. of Sub scribers ca.913.6 MHz) Rest of the country: 890.8 MHz) Areas listed1: 890. March 2004 GSM Subscribers Ca. .4 .4 / 925. 4 500 000 Operator Radiolinja Origo Oy Total E-GSM 2 x 5.2 .0 .6-1746. 743 000 none (service stopped 31.885.0 . 2 441 000 ca.2 MHz) GSM Penetration ca.8 / 949.8 / 950.6-1857.12.8 / 1805.903.

1763. Dec.9 / 945.4 MHz) in very densely populated areas and 904.1-934. 6 513 900 (metropolitan.1 / 935. 2003) No.1-1831. GSM 1800: 1710.1 / 1832. starting from March 2006 (Orange France & SFR) and December 2009 (Bouygues Telecom). 2003) GSM 1800: 1713. Dec. 14 282 300 (metropolitan.1-1807.9 / 1808.9 / 1805.5-959. Dec.4 MHz) in very densely populated areas and 890. except on some military areas. Orange France July 1992 March 2006 GSM 900: 890.8 MHz) except in very densely populated areas.9 / 925.9-914. Dec. ending 2006 (Orange France & SFR) or 2009 (Bouygues Telecom).3-1784.5 / 935. GSM authorisations are planned to be renewed for a duration of 15 years. March 2004 GSM Subscribers Total E-GSM Total GSM-900 Total GSM-1800 40 388 700 2*10 MHz 2 x 24.1-1853.5 MHz (2*12. of Sub scribers GSM 900: 900.9 MHz (2*2.2 MHz per operator in very densely populated areas None Other existing use in the GSM bands None Some tactical radio relays and other military applications None License duration.1-1758.8 MHz) and 1737. 2003) 19 592 500 (metropolitan.1 MHz (2*10 MHz) in the remaining metropolitan territory.3-1879.9 / 947.9 MHz and duplex (2*21. Bouygues Telecom May 1996 December 2009 E-GSM: 880.9 MHz (2*4. 2003) GSM 1800: 1758.8 MHz 2 x 75 MHz (metropolitan. SFR April 1993 March 2006 GSM 900: 902. Trends. Dec.1-947.8 MHz) in very densely populated areas and progressively in the remaining metropolitan territory (within 2005 and except some military areas).1-900. Average Analogue Frequency Band 890-915x935-960 MHz 880-890x925-935 MHz 1710-1785x1805-1880 MHz 2 x 36.9 / 949.1945.1-949.9 / 1853. 2003) Operator Service start License expiry Frequencies GSM Penetration 69. ending 2006 (Orange France & SFR) or 2009 (Bouygues Telecom).5-914.1-1712.3-1784.9 MHz (2*12.1-889.France.0% (metropolitan.1-904.9 / 1858. When will band be available? 15 years licenses.9 MHz and duplex (2*23.9 MHz (2*9.1-902.6 MHz) in the remaining metropolitan territory. This frequency ressource is progressively given to Bouygues Telecom and should be completely available within 2005. .1 MHz (2*21 MHz).3-1879.1-1736.8 MHz).6 MHz) in very densely populated areas.9 MHz (2*10 MHz) in the remaining metropolitan territory.9959.9 MHz (2*26. 15 years licenses.

5 / 1853.7-1853.1-1875.9 / 937.4 MHz) 890.5-944.5 MHz (2x22.9 MHz and 1725.1-1780.1-1730.1-1847. of Sub scribers 2 226 000 TeleSTET Cosmote Average Analogue JUL 93 SEP 2012 890-900 / 935-945 MHz (2 x 10 MHz) MAR 98 MAR 2023 1760-1785 / 1855-1880 MHz (2 x 25 MHz) 2 x 15 MHz none 1 645 000 2 061 000 . of Sub scribers 26 300 000 24 700 000 E-Plus MAY 94 DEC 12 8 200 000 Mobilfunk GmbH & Co KG O2 (Germany) MAR 98 DEC 16 1730.1 MHz (2x17.1-892.1-910.3-959.5 MHz (2x22.3 / 955.1-937.4 MHz) 5 600 000 GmbH & Co OHG Average 2 x 20 MHz Analogue none The EGSM bands and the remaining parts of the 1800 MHz bands.8 MHz) 1758.5 / 1825.5-899.1-1752.1-955. are currently not available due to other usage (military services).3 MHz and 1752.5-914.9 / 959.9 MHz and 906. Greece.1 /1847.9-906.1 MHz and 910.1 / 1820.3-914.2 MHz Frequencies 892.5 MHz and 914.8 MHz Total GSM-1800 2 x 55.1 MHz (2x17.1-1825. January 2001 GSM Subscribers 5932000 Operator Panafon SA Total Total Total E-GSM GSM-900 GSM-1800 0 2 x 20 MHz 2 x 25 MHz Service License Frequencies start expiry JUL 93 SEP 2012 905-915 / 950-960 MHz (2 x 10 MHz) GSM Penetration 57 % No.5 MHz and 899.9-951. March 2004 GSM Subscribers 64 800 000 Operator T.5 / 935.1 / 944. which have not been licensed so far.Germany.5-959.5 / 951.7-1758.4 MHz) GSM Penetration 80 % No.Mobile Deutschland GmbH Vodafone D2 GmbH Total E-GSM 0 Service start JUL 92 License expiry DEC 09 JUL 92 DEC 09 Total GSM-900 2 x 24.

Iceland.1-1815.1-1725.2 MHz ------------ Westel 900 Frequency Band Other existing use in the GSM bands Aeronautical radionavigation 880 .9-958.9-913.1-1879.9-958.1-1820.960 MHz CT1 applications Total GSM-1800 2 x 45.1-897.1-1853. Trends.6 MHz Frequencies Pannon GSM MAR 94 NOV 00 MAR 94 NOV 00 NOV 09 JUL 14 NOV 09 JUL 14 897.9 MHz and 1725.138 0 License duration.3-1769.5 % No.7 MHz 1710. When will band be available? To be decided .1 MHz (2 x 23 MHz) 2 846 545 Vodafone DEC 99 JUL 14 1 331 513 Average Analogue MAY 90 JUL 03 890.9 / 935.1/1820.1/1805. March 2004 GSM Subscribers 254.1 MHz (2x 23.1-1773.6 % No.1 MHz 1770. Trends.915 MHz/ 959 . of Sub scribers 162. When will band be available? Bands will be available for GSM after concluding coordination with the Governmental Frequency Management Agency only.1 MHz ( 2x23 MHz) 890.1-942. CT1 licenses will be expired by 31 December 2007.1-1784.7/958.1-1758.3-1864.8 MHz 900.9-950.9-959.9 + 913.9 / 950.9-913. January 2004 GSM Subscribers 7 944 586 Operator Total E-GSM 0 Service License start expiry Total GSM-900 2 x 24.935 MHz 914 .9 MHz and 1758.9-905.1 /1861.9 (2 x 40.9-914.4 MHz) 1766.8 MHz Frequencies Total GSM-1800 2 x 74.882 MHz/ 925 .0 MHz GSM Penetration 78.1 /1838.237 92.1-1835.9 / 942.1-1740.1-945.9/1865.375 Operator Iceland Telecom Og Vodafone IMC a Islandi Average Analogue Total E-GSM 0 Service License start expiry 1994 2008 2001 2011 2000 2010 Frequency Band 914-915/959-969 MHz Total GSM-900 2 x 23.1/1853.9 /935.8 MHz) 2 x 22 MHz None Other existing use in the GSM bands CT1 GSM Penetration 87.1 MHz (2 x 2.1-1720.9 MHz and 1710.1 MHz (2 x 23 MHz) 905. of Sub scribers 3 766 528 0 License duration.1-1868.1 / 1805.6 MHz) 2 x 23.1-900.9 / 945.Hungary.9 MHz and 1743.

7 MHz (2x14.12.3 / 1845.1-1849.1-1784.9 MHz In 16 large cities 903.0 MHz National wide excluding 4 areas 1740.12.1-1739.3 MHz 1755.4 MHz) 900.5 MHz) 1736.5-950.1-1834.7 MHz 1780.Ireland.1-1749.5 MHz) 1765.0 MHz (2 x 7.5-958.2002 .0 MHz (2 x 7.3-903.9/1860.5 MHz (2 x 7.National wide 1750.9/1865.9/1830.1-1879.3-948.1-1754.9 MHz Temporarily until 31.0 / 952.3-1845.5 / 948.9 MHz In 4 areas 1770.7 / 950.3 / 937.9 MHz Weighted average: 2x19 MHz 17 000 000 .9 / 1875.3 MHz (2x14.7 / 1831.1-1874. of Sub scribers 900 000 Omnitel Pronto Italia DEC 95 FEB/2010 National wide 905.1-1779.3 MHz Temporarily until 31.0-907.9/1845.9 / 1850.2 % No.6 MHz Frequencies Total GSM-1800 2 x 50.5 MHz Temporarily until 31.5/937.5-1779.1-900.5-960.1-1844.9 / 1870.5 / 945.1-1749.5-945.1-1854.0 MHz None 83% No. of Sub scribers 39% 56% 5% Italy.1-1779.2002 .9/1840.2 MHz GSM Penetration 907.0-952.3-1750.9 MHz Weighted average: 2x15 MHz GSM Penetration 63.National wide 1735.9 MHz Weighted average: 2x18.9 MHz In 16 large cities 900.5-1874.4 MHz) 892.5-915.5-905.5-900.1-1844.8 MHz 14 500 000 TIM OCT 95 FEB/2010 National wide 892.9/1835. September 2002 GSM Subscribers 36 400 000 Operator Blu Total E-GSM 0 Service License start expiry MAY/00 AUG/2014 Total GSM-900 2 x 21.1-1759.2 MHz Frequencies Total GSM-1800 2 x 43.9-1765.12.1-945.9 MHz in 4 areas 1745.9-1860. March 2004 GSM Subscribers 3 200 000 Operator O2 Total E-GSM 0 Service License start expiry MAR 97 2011 Vodafone JUL 93 2011 Meteor FEB 01 2015 Average Analogue Total GSM-900 2 x 19.4 MHz) 2 x 21.9MHz (2 x 14.5-913.1-1874.2002 National wide excluding 4 areas 1775.5 MHz) 1750.3 / 945.

8 / 925.9 / 1855.1-1769.8 MHz) 2. September 2002 GSM Subscribers 775 000 Total E-GSM 0 Operator LMT Service Start Jan 1995 License expiry 2006 Lele2 Apr 1997 2006 Average Total GSM-900 2x25MHz Total GSM-1800 2x50MHz GSM Penetration 92% of territory.9 MHz Weighted average: 2x15 MHz 4 000 000 2 x 17.3 MHz Temporararily until 31.5-950. band to be allocated to GSM Reserved to the Ministry of Defence 20 MHz out of this band could be allocated to GSM Latvia.1840 Other existing use in the GSM bands CT1 License duration. Trends. 95% of population.1-1864.9/1835. Frequencies Subscribers 890-903/935-950MHz (2x13). 32% of population are subscribers. 1710-1735/1805-1830MHz (2x25).12. 903-913/948-958MHz (2x10).9 MHz National wide excluding 16 large cities 900.1-1839. The band will then be allocated to GSM.5-905.8 MHz (2 x 11.800 000 *) According to the National Table of Frequency Allocations (NTFA) the TACS system will be phased out at latest in 2005.1-1774.1735 1805 .960 1710 .1-1869.2002 In 12 large cities 1770.0 MHz Nation-wide: 880.9 MHz In 4 large cities 1740. When will band be available? CT1 to expire according CEPT decisions.3 / 945.0-891.Wind Telecomunicazioni Average Analogue: TIM (Tacs-900) MAR 99 JUN/2013 APR 90 *) National wide 1760.0-936. Frequency Band 914 -915 958 . 2x36.9/1865. 1735-1760/1830-1855MHz (2x25).1-1744.5MHz 440 000 335 000 .

3-1835.1-1751.5-941.7-943.1 MHz (2x15.7-898.1 MHz and 910. of Sub scribers 899.5-896.0 MHz) 897.1 (2x5.2 MHz) 1717.9 MHz and --909.1 MHz and 1753.7-913.8 MHz None Other existing use in the GSM bands CT1 Cordless telephones License duration.3/1839.3-1733.7-958.2 MHz GSM Penetration ~47 % No.3-904.1-895.7-1845.3-1740.1 / 1842.7 MHz and 1744.1-944.1 / 1848.1-899.1 / 1823.1-940.7 / 937.2 MHz) 895.3/943.3-1828.9-1831.8 MHz Frequencies Total GSM-1800 2 x 21. When will band be available? Until end 2005 (Then: Additional spectrum for GSM) Until end 2005 (Then: Additional spectrum for GSM) Lithuania.1 MHz (2x4.6 MHz GSM Penetration 37.5 MHz (2x8.1 / 1834. When will band be available? Should be phased out by the end of 2008 .0 MHz) 2 x 5.9 MHz and 1728.7 MHz and 898.5-944.3-949.9 / 955.7 MHz (2x4.1 / 1853.2 MHz) 892.2 MHz) 890.9-1736.9-1861.9-956. Trends.1-1846.9 MHz (2x4.1 / 1812.3-1848.4 MHz Frequencies Total GSM-1800 2 x 12.1 MHz and 905.1 % No.3) MHz none Frequency Band 885 – 887 MHz Other existing use in the GSM bands CT1+ 930 – 932 MHz CT1+ License duration.7 / 950.7 MHz and --1739.7-1750.7-1719.1 / 944.3 MHz (2x15.1 MHz (2x14 MHz) 2 x 14.9 / 1826.9-911.9-1766.1-910.7-1814.5 / 1845.7 / 954.5-1850.3-1753.7/935. Trends.5-1755.1 / 940. of Sub scribers --- 1747. September 2002 GSM Subscribers 1 292 000 Operator Bite GSM Omnitel TELE 2 Total E-GSM 0 Service License start expiry DEC 951) Not limited3) 2) JAN 99 MAR 951) Not limited3) 2) JAN 99 MAR 011) Not limited3) 2) JUN 00 Average Analogue: 1) GSM 900 2) GSM 1800 3) Should be reregistered every 10 years Frequency Band 914–915 / 959–960 MHz Total GSM-900 2 x 22.5-899. September 2002 GSM Subscribers ~15’500 Operator mobilkom liechtenstein AG Tele2 AG Total E-GSM 0 Service License start expiry APR 00 DEC 09 APR 00 DEC 09 Telekom FL AG APR 00 DEC 09 VIAG Europlatform AG Average Analogue APR 00 DEC 09 Total GSM-900 2 x 8.1 MHz and 1750.1 MHz and --1731.3 MHz and 1758.1-955.9 / 942.Liechtenstein.

0-947. Total E-GSM 0 Service License start expiry JUN 93 JUN 08 MAY 98 MAY 08 Average Analogue Frequency Band 880-890/925-935 MHz Total GSM-900 2 x 23.8 / 1870-1879. 1) Should be registered every 5 years . of Sub scribers 338 329 201 912 License duration.5 / 935.4-1774. March 2004 GSM Subscribers 303 274 Operator Entreprise des P&T (LUXGSM) TANGO S. Band is available Macedonia.5 % No.2-899.8 MHz and 1760.6-959.5 MHz ( 2 X 12.Luxembourg.8 MHz) 895.5 MHz None - A second Macedonian GSM operator is planned for the second half of 2001 in the GSM bands 900 and 1800 MHz.8 MHz (2 x 25.0-907.4 MHz) 2 x 23.8/1865.000 2 x 12. The E-GSM bands are not yet operational.2 / 945.2-1770 / 1855. Trends.8 / 952.6 / 940.A.0 % No.2-939.6 MHz GSM Penetration 890.5 MHz License expires Not limited1) - Total GSM-1800 0 Frequencies GSM Penetration 7.5 MHz) 150. May 2001 GSM Subscribers 150. When will band be available? No licenses have been issued.0-902.6 MHz and 900.6-914.6 MHz None Other existing use in the GSM bands Domestic CT1+ in use Planned for E-GSM 68. Of Subscriber 890.6 MHz and 907.2-894.0-952.8 MHz 1770.6 / 935.2 MHz and 1775-1784.2-1865 MHz (2 x 21.000 Total E-GSM 0 Operator Service start OCT 96 Mobimak Average Analogue - Total GSM-900 2 x 12.2 MHz Frequencies Total GSM-1800 2 x 19.2-944.4-1869.

Malta.1 % No.5 MHz) NOV 2003 453-457. but will be extended. Average Analogue: Total GSM-900 2 x 16. of Sub scribers 800 000 2 070 000 216 000 License duration.9 / 949.9 MHz (2 x 9.5 (2 x 10 MHz) 894.3 (2 x 10 MHz) 2 x 19.5-1764. September 2002 GSM Subscribers 239.6 MHz JUL 2001 890-894.12. May 2001 GSM Subscribers 2 637 500 Operator NetCom Telenor Mobil Average Analogue: Telenor Mobil Total E-GSM 0 Service License start expiry DEC 92 NOV 05 MAR 98 MAR 10 DEC 92 NOV 05 MAR 98 MAR 10 DEC 86 JAN 81 Total GSM-900 2 x 19.1 MHz (2 x 9.5 / 935-939.8 MHz) GSM Penetration 60.557 2 x 20.5-904.5 MHz (2 x 4.3-913. .7 % No.0MHz EISCAT radar 914-915 MHz CT1 GSM Penetration 61.1 / 939.8 MHz Frequencies Total GSM-1800 2 x 25 MHz 896.5 MHz) Frequency Band Other existing use in the GSM bands 930.416 Operator Total E-GSM 0 Service License start expiry Vodafone Malta SEP 97 SEP Limited 2010 MobIsle DEC SEP Communications 2000 2010 plc.3-1781.6 MHz) 1754.5-1859.5-949.859 1710 – 1735 / 1805 – 1830 MHz (2 x 25 MHz) 94.3-958.3-1876. Limited GSM use around EISCAT sites.5/1849.5 MHz (2 x 4.2 – 958 MHz (2 x 16. When will band be available? Current licence expires 31. Trends.5/463-467.3/1866.2 – 913 / 941. of Sub scribers 144.9 MHz none Norway.6 MHz) 1771.2002.5 MHz ± 4.2 MHz Frequencies Total GSM-1800 2 x 20 MHz 904.

4-953.2/1850.0 MHz and 1755.02.08.2-903.4 / 942.2/1865.8 MHz and 897.02.8 890.8-1879.8-1784.0 / 948.0-911.2011 Telefonia GSM 900 Cyfrowa 11.2-948.2014 2 x 16.07.0-956.96 23.99 GSM 1800 Polska 23.97 GSM1800 Average Total GSM-900 2 x 21.2 MHz) 892.09.Poland.99 5.2014 (IDEA) GSM 900 21.2-1872.0 MHz and 1760.4 MHz and 1757.2 MHz) 908. The band 956-958 MHz will be made available by 1 July 2001 and the rest of the upper band by 1 January 2004.2 MHz and 903.8 / 1855.2 MHz (2x 18.3 MHz The bands 911-915/ 956-960 MHz (2 x 4 MHz) have been reserved for CENTERTEL.09.4-908.2014 (ERA) 11.08.5 % No.0 / 953.08. of Sub scribers 2 460 000 2 950 000 1 385 300 21.0-1852. . Total E-GSM 6 795 300 0 Operator Service License start expiry Polkomtel 23.8-897.0 MHz Frequencies Total GSM-1800 2 x 27.4 MHz) GSM Penetration 17.8 MHz (2x 18.07.02.2 / 937.2-1777.6-1759.4-1769.2011 (Plus) GSM 900 13.99 GSM 900 CENTERTEL 5.8 MHz (2x12.0-892.6-1854.2 MHz and 1770.0-937.2014 13.8/1872.0-1757. January 2001 GSM Subscr.8-942.8/1852.08.02.8 / 935.4-1864.96 23.8 MHz and 1777.

4 MHz none GSM Penetration 10.7 / 1870.1-1772.4 MHz) 2 x 6.9 / 950.0-947.7/1858.1-950.1 MHz 1772. January 2001 GSM900/1800 Subscribers 2 430 000 Operator MobiFon Mobil Rom Cosmorom Average Analogue Total E-GSM 0 Service License start expiry MAR 97 2006 JUN 97 2006 APR 00 2009 Total GSM-900 2 x 25 MHz Frequencies Total GSM-1800 2 x 7 MHz 890.12. When will band be available? 880 – 915 MHz CT1-Cordless telephones from 914-915 MHz To be phased out by 2008.0/947.1 / 1854.8 MHz in the GSM 1800 band 2 x 10.1-1867.4/935.4% Service License Frequencies No.4 MHz (2 x 12.7-1876.9-1858.6-915.9-1763. Trends. of Sub scribers 1 172 000 1 222 000 36 000 .0 MHz (2 x 12.0 MHz 93.8 MHz 2 x 18.5-1766.1-898.7 MHz and 1770.9 / 943.9 MHz (2 x 7.1-943.9 MHz (2 x 8 MHz) 4886651 1763.9-1775.1 MHz (2 x 8 MHz) 2819358 1759.9 MHz (2 x 6 MHz) OCT 92 OCT 2006 890.Portugal.1-905.31 925 – 960 MHz CT1-Cordless telephones from 959960MHz To be phased out by 2008.9-958.7 MHz (2 x 6 MHz) 2 x 13. of Sub start expiry scribers OCT 92 MAR 2007 905.9 None Frequency Band Other existing use in the GSM bands License duration. March 2004 GSM Subscribers 9341384 Operator TMN Telecel Optimus Average Analogue Total Total Total GSM Penetration E-GSM GSM-900 GSM-1800 0 2 x 23.6-960.5-1861.7 % No.4 MHz) 902.31 1710 – 1785 MHz ------ 1805 – 1880 MHz ------ Romania.12.9-913.1 / 935.7 (2 x 6 MHz) AUG 98 NOV 2012 898.9-1870.7 / 1867.7-1781.0-902.8 MHz) 1635375 1775.9/1865.

Trends.0 MHz per operator (non-consecutive channels shared with ARNS) depending on EMC conditions and market demand within licensing area GSM 1800: From 2 x 8 up to 2 x 20.0 up to 2 x 12.0 MHz per operator (non-consecutive channels shared with ARNS) depending on EMC conditions and market demand within licensing area GSM 1800: From 2 x 8 up to 2 x 20.0 MHz per operator (non-consecutive channels shared with FS) depending on local EMC conditions and market demand within licensing area GSM 900: From 2 x 4.6 MHz Service License start expiry 1994 2007 VympelCom 1997 2007 MegaFon 1997 2011 Regional operators duration 10 years from licence issue Average Analogue: Frequency Band Total GSM-900 2 x 25 MHz Frequencies Total GSM-1800 2 x 75 MHz GSM 900: From 2 x 4. September 2002 GSM Subscribers 12500000 Operator Mobile TeleSystems Total E-GSM 2 x 1.4 MHz per operator (non-consecutive channels shared with ARNS) depending on EMC conditions and market demand within licensing area GSM 1800: From 2 x 8 up to 2 x 20.0 MHz per operator (non-consecutive channels shared with FS) depending on local EMC conditions and market demand within licensing area GSM 900: From 2 x 4.Russian Federation. of subscribes 4 685 000 3 630 000 1 880 000 2 305 000 License duration.5 % No.0 MHz per operator (non-consecutive channels shared with ARNS) depending on EMC conditions and market demand within licensing area GSM 1800: From 2 x 8 up to 2 x 18 MHz per operator (nonconsecutive channels shared with FS) depending on local EMC conditions and market demand within licensing area GSM900 .0 MHz per operator (non-consecutive channels shared with FS) depending on local EMC conditions and market demand within licensing area GSM 900: From 2 x 3. When will band be available? .8 up to 2 x 11.2 x 7.6 MHz GSM1800 – 2 x 9 MHz none Other existing use in the GSM bands GSM Penetration 8.8 up to 2 x 10.0 up to 2 x 10.

0 MHz 909. no new assignments Slovak Republic.0/957.0 MHz 902.4/1812.2001) 1716.6/1833.6/1818.4/1818.1997 30.2 MHz 1723. March 2004 GSM Subscribers 3700000 Operator Total E-GSM EUROTEL Service start 10.2/958.4 MHz 1748.8/1842.2 – 905.4 MHz 1734.0 – 1738.08.2/935.0/954.0/1819.4/1833.02.0/947.4 MHz 1746.2 – 908.8.0/1829.4/1811.8/955.6/958.8 MHz GSM – 1800 (after 01. 912.2/954.1997 License expiry 30.4 – 910.2001) 1725.0/1842.8/956.0 MHz GSM – 1800 1726.04.8 MHz 911.01.880-890/925-935 Aeronautical Radio Navigation Service 890-915/935-960 Aeronautical Radio Navigation Service 1710-1785/1805-1880 Fixed Service till the end of lifetime.8 MHz GSM Penetration 70% No.2 – 896.08.6 – 1743.2/947.8/1838.0 MHz 1738.2/950.6 – 1733.2 – 1747.8 MHz 1747.2 – 913.2 MHz 913.6 MHz GSM 1800 1717.8 MHz 2 x 20.2 MHz 912.2/1820.0.4 – 1717. of Sub scribers 1 635 000 2 065 000 .2 – 902.2 – 1747.2/941. regional reassignment in order to release GSM channels till the end of lifetime.2011 Average Total GSM-900 Total GSM-1800 Frequencies GSM .4/955.2 – 1726.4/954.900 896.0/941.0 – 1749.0 MHz GSM – 900 890. 909.0/950.8 MHz GSM 1800 (after 01.4/1821.04. regional reassignment in order to release GSM channels till the end of lifetime.2/1842.2/957.4 MHz 910.2/1812.0 MHz 905.0 MHz 909.8/1828.2/1841.4 – 1723.0/1843.6/1821.6 – 1724.2011 ORANGE 15.0/953.8/1844.

5 % No.0-947.8 MHz (2 x 12.8 MHz) 880.212 Spain.9 / 935. January 2001 GSM Subscribers 1 155 236 Operator Mobitel Simobil Average Western Wireless Mobitel Simobil Average Analogue Total E-GSM 0 Service License start expiry OCT 96 APR13 APR 99 OCT13 JAN16 JAN16 JAN16 Mobitel JUL91 Total GSM-900 2 x 24.1-943.9 MHz and 898.1-1755.9 / 1805.7-947.1-898.2 MHz) 890.7·MHz (2x12 MHz) 1710.1-1759.9 (2x5.8 MHz) 898.9 / 1855.175 MHz) GSM Penetration 57.850/421.1-1850.1-897. of Sub scribers 1 003 236 152 000 41.1-1734.1 MHz (2 x 15 MHz) 1725.4 / 935.7 / 943.9 / 947.1-1784.6-914.2 MHz) 2 x 12.1-1835.9-959.9 MHz (2x24.1/1805.1-920.6-959.4 MHz Frequencies Total GSM-1800 3 x 30 MHz 902.9 / 925.1/1820.2MHz 874.7 / 943.1-1829.1-1879.8 % No.7-902.Slovenia.6 MHz) From 01/01/2004 no mobile service.9 MHz (2x12 MHz) 1735. of Sub scribers 9 680 000 19 600 000 8 200 000 .1 MHz (2 x 15 MHz) 1740.1-1820.675-415.1-1740.0-902.1-885.1-930. only rural fixed telephony GSM Penetration 89.7 MHz (2 x 0.25 JUL 98 JUL 28 JUL 95 FEB 15 JUL 98 APR 99 JUL 28 JUL-28 APR 90 DEC-06 Total GSM-900 2 x 24 MHz Frequencies Total GSM-1800 2 x 75 MHz 902. March 2004 GSM Subscribers 37 480 000 Operator Vodafone Movil Telefonica Moviles Amena Average Analogue: Telefonica Moviles Total E-GSM 0 Service License start expiry OCT 95 FEB.1/1835.8 MHz) 890.2 MHz 1710.4 MHz (2 x 12.9 MHz (2x24.1-875.9 MHz (2x24.1 MHz (2 x 15 MHz) 2 x 15 MHz 411.675-425.9-914.1-1725.1-1854.1-942.8 MHz) 1760.850 MHz (2x4.9 MHz (2x1.8 / 947.8 MHz) 2 x 8.9 / 1830.9 / 919.

March 2004 GSM Subscribers Total E-GSM Total GSM-900 Total GSM-1800 GSM Penetration 31/12 -03 8 3 75 000 Operator 2 x 5 MHz Service start License expiry 2 x 24 MHz Frequencies 2 x 72.3-1721.7 / 884.2007-12-31 93.9 MHz and 1813. of Sub scribers 31/12 -02 Average Analogue NMT450 TeliaSonera Frequency Band 3 452 000 2 950 000 1 189 000 0 137 0000 925-935 / 880-890 MHz Other existing use in the GSM bands Research License duration.7-913.3 MHz (2x3.8-467.1 / 891.7 MHz (2x6.5 / 463-467.9-891.1 / 1740.5 % No.2 MHz 1805-1819.3 MHz (2x 30.9-936.5-1819. .1-1813.1-1758.9 and 1853.Sweden.0 MHz indoor use) 1835.3 / 1718.1 MHz (2x28.7-958.9-944.9 / 1767. When will band be available? Geographical restrictions to protect EISCAT receiver.5 / 899.5-1834.5 MHz Radio astronomy Military use No changes foreseen.2 MHz) 944. indoor use for GSM-operators 1877.1 / 1718.5 MHz 453-457.1 MHz and 1816.8 MHz) 1806.5-1724.0 MHz indoor use) 1819.9 / 1724.6 MHz TeliaSonera NOV 92 07-12-31 11-12-31 Tele2 SEP 92 07-12-31 11-12-31 Vodafone SEP 92 (Europolitan) 07-12-31 11-12-31 SweFour Springmobil 17-06-31 DEC 82 07-12-31 936.3-1816.3-906.5 MHz from 2005-0101 -.5-1877.3-951.9-899.8 MHz) 2 x 23.31857.2 MHz) 951.9-1714.0 MHz indoor use) 1862.9 / 1758.5 / 454.5 MHz (2x3.5-1739.9 / 1711.0 MHz indoor use) (2x9.9 MHz (2x3. Shared band.5 MHz until 2005-01-01 464.2 -1785.2-1880 / 1783. Trends.5 / 1721.6 MHz) 929.8-457. 1718.5-1782. manufacturers and R&D.8-1722.0 MHz Test system.3-1762.1-1853.3 MHz (2x3.9 MHz (2x25.9-1809.5 MHz and 1810.3-1721.9 / 906.

5-953.9 / 1849.3 / 947. When will band be available? Until end 2005 (Then: Additional spectrum for GSM) Until end 2005 (Then: Additional spectrum for GSM) . Trends. March 2004 GSM Subscribers 5'476’000 Operator Swisscom Mobile TDC Switzerland Total E-GSM 2 x 6.7 / 1862.8 MHz 885 – 887 MHz Other existing use in the GSM bands CT1+ 930 – 932 MHz CT1+ License duration.9 MHz (2x27.1-927.3 / 935.1-1854.6 MHz) - >45’000 2 x 18.5 / 1834.8 MHz) GSM Penetration 81 % No.9 / 954.1-1775.1-1734.9-1753.3-1746.3-1841.9-1876.9 / 1843.7 (2x5.9 MHz 902.9 MHz 1739.1-1759.5-908.9 MHz (2x25.7-1748.9-1781.9 MHz (2x26.3 MHz and 1710.1-1739.9 / 1805.0 MHz) 1775.3 MHz 909.1-959.7 / 1841.1-882.9-1848.2 MHz 890.3 / 925.5-884.9 MHz 1735.1-1829.1-914.Switzerland.1-1834.1-1870.5 MHz 1748.5-952.5-889.5-929.5-934.1-947.5-907.6 MHz Service License start expiry MAR 93 31 MAY 2008 DEC 98 31 MAY 2008 ORANGE JUN 99 Communications Tele2 FEB 04 31 MAY 2008 31 DEC 2013 31 DEC 2013 31 MAY 2008 In&Phone FEB 04 Ohters ? Average Frequency Band Total GSM-900 2 x 24.3 MHz 907.9 / 952.2 MHz Frequencies Total GSM-1800 2 x 63.5 MHz 887.1-902.9 / 932.1 MHz 1746.7 MHz 1754.8 MHz) 882.7 (2x8.7 / 1870.8 MHz) 880. of Sub scribers 3‘740‘000 1‘210‘000 1‘003‘000 1767.1 / 1830.5 / 927.7-1843.

000 MHz 1710.1-1865.000-938.7 / 1870.1/1832.1-1777.400-1835.200-959.1/1835.9 / 956.3 MHz and 886.9 MHz and 882.1 MHz and 1720.1-1832.400-897.000/1805.000-905.1-1712.1-1850.000/951.700 MHz 1725.1/935.1-1817.400-1740.100-936.1/1812.1-1812.7-1830.150.1-911.1-956.1 MHz and 1717.000 MHz 898.7/1825.000-893.1-939. March 2004 GSM Subscribers Operator Total E-GSM TELSIM Service start 1998 License expiry 2023 TURKCELL 1998 2023 ARIA 2000 2025 AYCELL 2001 2026 Average Total GSM-900 Total GSM-1800 Frequencies 894.7-1740.1-1755.1-1722.000 5.800 MHz 906.8 MHz 2 x 72.5 MHz and FEB 2013 1712.000-950. of Sub scribers 7 255 452 17 058 282 2 007 062 1 566 739 27 887 535 .9-927. March 2004 GSM Subscribers 13 212 000 Operator Vodafone (Libertel) KPNTelecom Orange (Dutchtone) Telfort (O2) T-Mobile (Ben) Average Analogue: Total Total Total E-GSM GSM-900 GSM-1800 2 x 10. of Sub scribers 3.5/927.1-880.400/935.7 / 1805.7-1835.700/941.3-886.1-894.9/925.000/939.1-1730.7 MHz (2x16.998.1 MHz (2x20 MHz) OCT 98 FEB 2013 880.1-903.1 MHz and 1737.200-941.800 MHz 892.7 MHz and 1730.200 MHz 890.000 1.1/1820.7-1735.3/925.7 MHz and 1770.1 / 939.200/1820.000 The bands 914-915 MHz and 959-960 MHz are not used for cellular mobile due to the CT1 application.1 MHz and 911.2 % No.7 MHz and 1722.7-1810.1/1807.7/1830.7-1877.400-942.1-1732.7/1815.9-882. Turkey.1/1817.5/948.7 MHz and 1775.1-1872.5-913.5-890.8 MHz) 2 x 21MHz None GSM Penetration 81.000 1.200-1725.800/937.9 MHz and FEB 2013 1710.1 MHz and 1732.400 MHz 2 x 52.7-1725.5-958.1 MHz (2 x 30 MHz) JAN 99 FEB 2013 880.601.7-1820.0 MHz Service License Frequencies start expiry SEPT 95 MAR 2010 894.1 MHz (2x16.The Netherlands.1 MHz and 903.1-1825.200-896.4 MHz) FEB 99 FEB 2013 1715.1-1770.7-1782.1-1807.1-1870.800/943.200-914.6 MHz GSM Penetration No.1/1872.233.1 MHz and 1777.0 MHz 2 x 23.1/1865.7-1720.1-1775.1-925.1-1717.1/1827.000 MHz 896.1 MHz (2x 22.7-1815.1 MHz and 1755.1-1827.5 MHz and 1740.3-931.5-935.1-948.200-1820.7/1810.1-1737.000 1.1/931.6 MHz) JUL 94 MAR 2010 890.230.7 MHz and 1725.100-891.7-1715.1 MHz and 1735.1/1850.

7 MHz 36 000 (2 x 3.1-930.7-1846.1-890.Ukraine.7/1816.9-914.6MHz Sevices ceased Frequency Band 888 – 889 MHz Other existing use in the GSM bands Low Power Devices License duration. Trends.1-954.1-894.7 .1-939. When will band be available? 31 December 2003 .1-935.000 No expiry date 1751.4 MHz (2 x 6.1-885.1 / 930.993.7/1846.1-909.7-1876.7 MHz (2 x 30 MHz) 13.9 / 954.9 -959.7/1810. January 2001 GSM Subscribers 210 000 Operator Total E-GSM 0 Service License start expiry Golden Telecom MAR 97 Ukranian Mobile SEPT 97 Communication Kyivstar DEC 97 Ukranian Radio OCT 98 Systems (WellComm) Average Digital AMPS: OCT 96 Dig Cellular Com Total GSM-900 2 x 16.9 MHz GSM Penetration 89% No.5% No.600.000 No expiry date 880.9 / 947.9/1805.9 MHz 12.4 MHz) (2 x 5.6 MHz 885.7 MHz 902.4 MHz) (2 x 5.7-902.770 T-Mobile (UK) Limited SEP 93 No expiry date Orange Personal Communication Services Ltd APR 94 Vodafone Limited JUL 92 Average Analogue: Total GSM-900 2*24. March 2004 GSM Subscribers 52.7-1751.6 MHz) (2 x 5.2 MHz) 2 x 26.7 MHz (2 x 30 MHz) 13. of Sub scribers 13.7 MHz (2x23. of Sub scribers 26 000 116 000 54 000 14 000 2 x 5.9-1816.1 MHz 894.4 MHz) GSM Penetration 0.691.1 MHz 890.75 MHz) United Kingdom.1 / 939.9 MHz (2x23.8 Frequencies 1715.7-1781.000 1710.770 Operator 02(UK) Limited Total E-GSM 2*10 MHz Service License start expiry JAN 94 No expiry date Total GSM-1800 2 x 71.947.7 / 935.9-1721.053.1 / 925.1-1810.4 MHz Frequencies Total GSM-1800 2 x 6.649.1 MHz 909.2 MHz) 1721.1-1715.

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