Notice of proposed variation of Everything Everywhere’s 1800 MHz spectrum licences to allow use of LTE and WiMAX technologies

  • Start: 13 March 2012
  • Status: Closed
  • End: 08 May 2012

Update on proposed variation to Everything Everywhere's 1800 MHz spectrum licences

Ofcom's consultation on Everything Everywhere's application to vary its 1800 MHz spectrum licences to allow use of LTE and WiMAX technologies closed on 8 May 2012. The consultation responses raise a number of detailed issues that Ofcom must now consider carefully. We will publish a statement on the proposed variation as early as possible.

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Update 26|03|12 - Ofcom today extended the period for responding to Ofcom's "Notice of proposed variation of Everything Everywhere's 1800MHz spectrum licences to allow use of LTE and WiMAX technologies" from 17 April 2012 until 8 May 2012. We have decided to extend this period following requests from stakeholders for more time to respond.


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Supporting documents

Annex 5
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Supporting documents

Supporting documents

beirg.pdf
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gmsa.pdf
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Vodafone.pdf
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NetTek_ltd.pdf
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Goodchild_Mr_B.pdf
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Name_withheld_1.pdf
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Name_withheld_6.pdf
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Name_withheld_4.pdf
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Name_withheld_5.pdf
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Name_withheld_3.pdf
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Name_withheld_2.pdf
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Telefonica_UK_Limited.pdf
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everything-everywhere.pdf
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Responses

Responder name Type
beirg.pdf (PDF, 286.5 KB) Individual
everything-everywhere.pdf (PDF, 4.1 MB) Individual
gmsa.pdf (PDF, 22.4 KB) Individual
Goodchild_Mr_B.pdf (PDF, 15.2 KB) Individual
Name_withheld_1.pdf (PDF, 10.0 KB) Individual