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State sells 4G mobile licences for €855 million

Ireland has made €855 million from the sale of mobile and digital spectrum licences in an auction concluded this week. Four operators have paid an initial €482 million to Comreg, with a further €374 million to come in tranches.

15th November, 2012

Ireland has made €855 million from the sale of mobile and digital spectrum licences in an auction concluded this week.

Four operators have paid an initial €482 million to the telecoms regulator, Comreg, for the licenses, with a further €374 million to come in tranches.

The four operators involved are Vodafone (€280 million), O2 (€225 million), Meteor (€245 million) and Hutchison 3 (€105 million).

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