Decision Date: 13/07/2010
13 July 2010 - IDA has issued its decision and explanatory memorandum on the allocation of the 3G spectrum in the 1900/2100 MHz frequency band
3 September 2010
13 July 2010
- IDA's Decision and Explanatory Memorandandum on the Allocation of the 3G spectrum in the 1900/2100 MHz frequency band (161.57KB)
29 March 2010
IDA would like to seek the views and comments from the industry and members of the public on whether IDA should make available three 2 x 5 MHz lots of spectrum in the 3G Band, and on the proposed allocation framework if the spectrum is to be allocated.
|IDA Consultation Paper|
|Allocation of 3G Spectrum in the 1900/2100 MHz Frequency Band (144.43KB)|
All views and comments should be submitted in writing and in both hard and soft copies (Microsoft Word Format), and should reach IDA by 12 noon, 26 April 2010. Respondents are required to include their personal or company particulars, correspondence address, contact number and email address in their submissions. IDA will make all or parts of any submissions made in response to this consultation paper public and disclose the identity of the source. Any part of the submission which is considered commercially sensitive must be clearly marked and placed as an annex to the comments raised. IDA will take this into account in its review. All comments should be addressed to:
Aileen Chia (Ms)
Assistant Director General (Telecoms & Post)
Infocomm Development Authority of Singapore
8 Temasek Boulevard
#14-00 Suntec Tower Three
Please submit your softcopy via e-mail to: IDA_Consultation@imda.gov.sg. You may also submit a hardcopy to fax number: +65 6211 2116.
|Responses Received at Closing Date - 26 April 2010|
|SingTel Mobile (234.27KB)|
|StarHub Mobile (423.93KB)|
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