August8 , 2022

Why Airtel, Jio, and Vi are wary of Adani’s bid for 5G spectrum in the auction next week

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With about 40% of 5G revenue coming from the enterprise segment, the telcos are concerned about direct allocation of spectrum to enterprises for captive use. They are upset that such a move would rob them of a potential big business opportunity. Against this backdrop, what does Adani Group’s bid for spectrum for captive use mean for the telecom business?

The biggest spectrum auction of all time is due next week. The Department of Telecom (DoT) has released the list of pre-qualified bidders along with the respective earnest money deposit (EMD) put in by them.EMD can give a broad indication about a bidder’s strategy and auction plan. The key 5G spectrum in the 3.3GHz-3.6GHz and 26GHz band will see the most action in the auction.Adani Group’s modest EMD of INR100 crore puts to rest the speculation

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