The next generation of phones may not look much different from the last generation, but there’s a lot more data and processing power inside.
That makes for a significantly better phone, and with spectrum being cheap and plentiful in India, this is no exception.
The mobile spectrum that’s available for purchase through the Cellular Operators’ Assurance Fund is very lucrative.
If the government can’t fund this, we’ll have to rely on the free market to get rid of the unwanted and inefficient spectrum.
The government has announced an initial spectrum allocation of 20 MHz, and an initial allotment for 25 MHz for the next two years.
In the medium term, the government has been considering an allocation of up to 100 MHz for spectrum.
The first round of allocation was announced in March, with a target of 5.8 gigahertz (GHz) in 2020.
The government will announce its next allocation of the spectrum in the near future.
If it does so, it will be the first time that the government will allocate spectrum in such a way.
A lot of work has gone into this, but the government should not forget that this is a huge investment.
In fact, this spectrum is the most valuable piece of spectrum in India and is likely to drive up the prices of all mobile phones.
If we don’t find a way to ensure that this allocation of spectrum is sufficient, the next generation phones may look very different.
The spectrum is already being sold in the country, but many telecom companies, such as Vodafone, are reluctant to sell it because it’s seen as being too risky.
But there are plenty of other reasons why this should not be the case.
There are still issues to be worked out regarding the pricing structure, how the government is going to allocate spectrum, and how much of this spectrum will be for smartphones.
There is a lot of uncertainty surrounding the future of the telecom spectrum in this country, so we should not get complacent just yet.
There is a long way to go, but it will take some time to get the spectrum to market, and this will have to be managed carefully.
We will probably have to wait at least another two years to see how the auction works out.