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2G GSM Spectrum Allocation in India

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Here is the latest 2G GSM spectrum allocation chart, circle wise and operator wise. BSNL and MTNL have the maximum 2G spectrum, at least 10 MHz in each circle. Karnataka the Billion Dollar [FY 09 Topline Expectations] Telecom circle for Bharti Airtel is the most sought after 2G Wirless circle with 69.2 Mhz of spectrum being collectively allocated to various operators. The following chart shows spectrum allocated to BSNL, MTNL, Bharti Airtel, Vodafone India and Idea Cellular with Spice. [Grey areas cells indicate service not yet operational]

The following chart shows 2G GSM Wireless Spectrum allocation to New Operators. [RCom GSM, Swan, Datacom, Loop/BPL, Aircel and Unitech.

Update: Complete 2G GSM and CDMA Spectrum Allocation Circle-wise Data is Available here

  1. please send to me what is the cost of 1g and 2g allocation.???

    • There is no 1G allocation. But 2G allocation was done at various points of time at various prices. If you search through the posts on this blog you will be able to find it. Also there was no auction for 2G [aka 2.5G]

  2. Hi,

    May i have help from anyone for having frequency range for all operators in India. for example on which frequency reliance telecom or vodafone have??? waiting for having this information as it is very complecated structure in India for each state…is there any chart for frequency allocation for each operator???

  3. mrinal mani says:

    Do the figures show the total frequency allocated for uplink + downlink or just one sided link?

  4. Northern Railway is implementing GSM-r mobile Radio System from Palwal(Haryana) to New Delhi- Ambala- Amritsar- Jammutawi Route. There is heavy interference from other operators of GSM. Pl suggest the action before we proceed to WPC.

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