Connexin drops out of UK’s upcoming spectrum auction

16 Mar 2018

British telecoms regulator Ofcom has published an updated list of participants for the principal stages of its impending spectrum auction, which is due to get underway on 20 March. In doing so, it has confirmed that one of the previously announced six bidders – Connexin Limited – is no longer taking part in the sale process, leaving Airpsan Spectrum Holdings, EE, O2 UK, Three UK and Vodafone UK as the companies still involved. No reason has been given for the company’s decision.

As previously reported by CommsUpdate, as per Ofcom’s sale plans, 40MHz of spectrum in the 2300MHz band and 150MHz in the 3.4GHz band is set to offered up, with the upcoming bidding process expected to last for a number of weeks.

United Kingdom, Connexin, Ofcom