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India's largest telecom operator Reliance Jio is expected to come out with its Q2 report card on October 21 (Friday), while Bharti Airtel is scheduled to announce its results on October 31.
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Airtel acquired 19,867.8 MHz spectrum by securing a pan-India footprint of 3.5 GHz and 26 GHz bands and selected purchase of radio waves in the low and mid-band spectrum for Rs 43,039.63 crore.
The country's biggest ever auction of telecom spectrum received a record Rs 1.5 lakh crore worth of bids, with Ambani's Jio cornering nearly half of all the airwaves sold with a Rs 87,946.93 crore bid
As per the 5G auction modalities, the participants were given the option to pay the dues in 20 equal annual instalments; they can pay the entire amount or part of it upfront.
Keeping the spectrum prices exorbitantly high may create unnecessary entry barriers and indirectly promote monopoly or duopoly.
With the completion of the auctions for 5G spectrum, India is well on the way to the next level of the telecommunication revolution.
The harmonisation process, critical for 5G services, brings together a bunch of radio wave holdings within a band into one contiguous block with the consensus of all telecom service providers.
Adani Group plans to use the airwaves for its data centres as well as the super app it is building to support businesses from electricity distribution to airports, and gas retailing to ports.
Both Bharti and Jio have likely built a pan-India spectrum footprint for 5G, with Vodafone Idea's selective participation.
Reliance Jio took the more expensive 700MHz in all 22 circles; the band has a range from 5-10 km which gives good base coverage.
The cumulative spectrum sale crossed the Rs 1.50 lakh crore milestone on the sixth day of bidding on Sunday.
The pitched battle in UP East circle seems to be cooling off now, indicating that the auctions may be entering the final leg, according to industry sources.
About 71 per cent of the total spectrum put on the block has been provisionally sold so far, Telecom Minister Ashwini Vaishnaw had said on Friday, terming it a good response.
Sources said minister will be holding a meeting with PE funds, VCs, investors, & banks in Mumbai on Saturday to understand their views & concerns, as also to discuss the growth path for telecom sector
From a consumer point of view, 5G technology will be 10 times faster than 4G and 30 times faster than 3G, and also it will allow a greater number of devices to be connected without any loss of speed.
According to sources, high interest continued to be seen for spectrum in 1800 MHz band in UP East circle, where Jio and Airtel were involved in intense bidding on Thursday.
On Wednesday, the auctions garnered Rs 1.49 lakh crore as aggressive bidding across multiple bands by players like Reliance Jio and Bharti Airtel sustained the tempo.
The government had received spectrum bids worth Rs 1.45 lakh crore after the completion of four rounds of spectrum bidding on an opening day on Tuesday.