LTE comes up big in India's broadband auction

06/14/2010 | Light Reading Mobile · Network World

The government of India brought in an estimated $8.2 billion in a spectrum auction that closed last week. Qualcomm won swaths of spectrum in four areas, including the Mumbai and New Delhi markets. Indian firm Bharti Airtel also picked up slots in four service areas. Carriers using LTE technology won most of the larger licenses up for sale with WiMAX service left in the hands of relatively smaller carriers.

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