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Presentation Smile Telecom for Epsilon Spectrum Conference

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Presentation of Kees Mulder, Vice President Regulatory Affairs and Partnerships Smile Telecom.

Presentation of Kees Mulder, Vice President Regulatory Affairs and Partnerships Smile Telecom.

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  • 1. Technology Neutral? Competition?! Case study Dutch 2,6 GHz auction Drs. Kees Mulder MBA Vice President Regulatory Affairs and Partnerships t. + 31 (0)70 305 1848 m + 31 (0)650 222 316 e. k .mulder @ smiletele.com
  • 2. 2,6 GHz auction: neutrality?!
    • Consultation April 2008
    • TDD/FDD (flexible)
    • 190 MHz 2,6 GHz band
    • Cap 80 MHz per bidder
    • One (1) user in 2 years
    March April May June July August September October 2009
  • 3. Neutral! What about competition?
    • Consultation April 2008
    • TDD/FDD (flexible)
    • 190 MHz 2,6 GHz band
    • Cap 80 MHz per bidder
    • One (1) user in 2 years
    • Decision September 2008
    • Auction October 2008 (Q4)
    • Risks
    • Incumbent can protect business
    • Few or no new entrants
    • Auction last moment for new entrants before 2013
    March April May June July August September October 2009
  • 4. Substantial overcapacity current operators GSM/UMTS licenses incumbent operators 2008: 25x required spectrum, 2013: 5x required spectrum
  • 5.  
  • 6. Substantial overcapacity current operators
    • Incumbents
    • 2008: 25x required spectrum
    • 2013: 5x required spectrum
    • Overcapacity + Neutrality
    •  why allow spectrum acquisition in 2,6 GHz band?
    • How does government assure legal obligation of effective/efficient spectrum use?
  • 7. 2,6 GHz auction: competition!
    • Consultation April 2008
    • TDD/FDD (flexible)
    • 190 MHz 2,6 GHz band
    • Cap 80 MHz per bidder
    • One (1) user in 2 years
    • Proposal Smile Telecom
    • Cap 40 MHz*
    • Serious obligation to use
    • Use-it-or-lose-it -clause
    • Use available spectrum first
    • * in line with TNO study by Ministry of Economical Affairs
    March April May June July August September October 2009
  • 8. Public support for competitive market
  • 9. Public support for competitive market Wimax veiling funest voor kleine partijen Voorwaarden WiMAX-veiling zijn ‘belachelijk’ Veel interesse, maar ook kritiek op Nederlandse WiMAX-veiling ‘ Vals spel bij veiling mobiel internet’ Kritiek op veiling van Wimax-frequenties EZ
  • 10. Technology Neutral? Competition?! Back-up slides Drs. Kees Mulder MBA Vice President Regulatory Affairs and Partnerships t. + 31 (0)70 305 1848 m + 31 (0)650 222 316 e. k .mulder @ smiletele.com
  • 11. Current spectrum allocations 2 x 14.6 2 x 20.0 2 x 24.8 2100 MHz 2 x 5.2 2 x 31.8 2 x 35.0 1800 MHz 2 x 11.4 2 x 10.0 2 x 12.4 900 MHz Vodafone T-Mobile/ Orange KPN/ Telfort

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