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Action 49 in Denmark flag Denmark

Member States to implement European Spectrum Policy Programme (ESPP)

Indicator Status Evidence
Have you made 900Mhz, 1800Mhz, 2,5-2,69 GHz and 3,4-3,8 GHz frequency bands available and authorised for 3rd and 4th generation mobile services use? Yes 900 and 1800 MHz: Decisions on the refarming of the licences entered into force on 1 January 2011. Additional licences regarding the refarmed spectrum were issued following auctions in 2010 and entered into force on 1 January 2011. Spectrum may be used on service and technology neutral terms in accordance with the revised GSM Directive and the Commission Decisions (2009/766/EC and 2011/251/EU). 2.5-2.69 GHz: Spectrum may be used on service and technology neutral terms. Licences were issued following an auction in 2010. 3.4-3.8 GHz: Spectrum may be used on service and technology neutral terms in accordance with Commission Decision 2008/411/EC.
Have you authorised (or plan to authorise in 2012) for use ("licensing") of the digital dividend (800 MHz band) for wireless broadband communication?? Yes On 27 June the Danish 800 MHz auction was completed with the spectrum going to TDC and TT-Network (a joint-venture between Telia and Telenor). See http://www.dotecon.com/news/danish-800mhz-auction-completed/
Have you implemented the transfer or leasing of right of use in the harmonised bands? Yes Transfer and leasing of frequency licences, parts of a frequency band covered by a licence or parts of the geographical coverage area of a licence may be made without prior approval. Transfer and return of parts of licences issued after an auction or a public tender process are subject to the prior approval of the Danish Business Authority. See the Danish Act on Radio Frequencies section 21: http://www.erhvervsstyrelsen.dk/file/250699/act-on-radio-frequencies.pdf

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