Qualcomm finally gets 4G spectrum in India
| by Naina Khedekar |
Qualcomm is finally being granted 4G broadband spectrum in India. The U.S. chipmaker had bagged airwaves in Mumbai, Delhi, Haryana and Kerala in the 2010 auction. The company was also in talks to sell 74 percent of the stake to Airtel. However, talks halted following the telecom department cancelling its permit as Qualcomm didn’t apply for licenses within three months of the auction. The 2010 auction ended in June, while Qualcomm applied for permits only for as late as December 2010. Moreover, Qualcomm applied for BWA permits under four different companies, while violating action guidelines as the winner can nominate just one company to get license. Qualcomm then went on to merge four companies into one entity for licenses and airwaves. However, the issue was settled later.
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