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VNPT wins bidding 5G broadband network

VGP - The Viet Nam Posts and Telecommunications Group (VNPT) became the second telecom operator in Viet Nam to deploy 5G network after winning an auction on March 19.

March 20, 2024 6:17 PM GMT+7
VNPT wins bidding 5G broadband network  - Ảnh 1.

VNPT becomes the second telecom operator in Viet Nam to deploy 5G network - Illustration photo

Along with the 3700-3800 MHz, designated as C2 band block, VNPT owns the 1800 MHz which will be a great advantage in promoting 5G network in the coming future as well as creating a premise for developing 6G network.

This victory enables VNPT to explore various options for selecting network equipment, ultimately leading to the most cost-effective and efficient deployment of 5G in Viet Nam.

VNPT said it will provide 5G services such as Cloud, IoT, AI, Machine Learning and Data Analytics in the industrial sector, supplying a variety of IoT applications and digital services to the public.

According to the Authority of Radio Frequency Management under the Ministry of Information and Telecommunication (MIC), the starting price for the frequency band for a 15-year period of use is VND1.95 trillion and the winner must deploy a minimum of 30 percent of the committed number of transceiver stations within the first two years.

In an earlier development, an auction originally planned for frequency 3800-3900 MHz, designated as C3, was called off due to a lack of qualified bidders.

Earlier, on March 8, 2024, the Viettel Military Industry and Telecoms Group (Viettel) won the auction session for the frequency 2500 - 2600 MHz, designated as B1./.