IA450 Congratulates India for Embracing the 450MHz Band For 3G Services

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TELECOM REGULATORY AUTHORITY OF INDIA (TRAI) issues Recommendations on allocation and pricing of spectrum for 3G services and Broadband Wireless Access.

The International 450 Association (IA450) was elated to receive the news from TRAI about the spectrum allocation. As promoters for the use of CDMA2000® in the 450MHz band the IA450 looks forward to supporting the efforts of the Indian government and future network development by operators in the country.

TRAI released its recommendations on the allocation and pricing of spectrum for 3G and BWA services. The recommendations focus on level playing field, technological neutrality and affordability while ensuring that spectrum is available to telecom operators wishing to provide 3G and BWA and thus deepening the penetration of telecom services in rural and urban India. The Authority gave a high priority to a forward looking but pragmatic long-term road map identifying bands of spectrum for immediate and future use thus ensuring that the benefits of technology is spread all over the country. Keeping with the broad working guidelines of the Authority, the recommendations fulfill the objectives of healthy competition, sectoral growth

About IA450

The International 450 Association promotes the use of CDMA2000® in the 450MHz band(CDMA450),and supports industry standards to advance the deployment of the technology.

IA450 brings together industrial members and operators from Africa, Asia, and Latin America and Europe. The IA450 provides guidance and leader ship to operator s interested in deploying CDMA450 technology through the extension of the results and benefits of actual member

experiences and real life results and successes, to all global players. More information about the International 450 Association can be found on the IA450 web site at http://www.450world.org

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