Bosnia will not award 4G Licences by Auction

The Council of Ministers of Bosnia and Herzegovina has decided not to auction off 4G licences to the highest bidder, but rather to entrust the introduction of LTE to the country’s mobile telephony operators, of which two are state-owned, reports Dnevni Avaz. The Ministry of Transport and Communications prepared a plan for the introduction of 4G last year, but it was blocked at the level of the Council of Ministers, and the licence price changed three times.

The prices proposed to the Council of Ministers ranged from BAM 1 million to over BAM 10 million. For its part, together with the Ministry, the regulator proposed that the prices should be lower, but that the operators should commit themselves to covering the country with 4G within three years.

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