|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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