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The Wireless Telegraphy (Licence Award) Regulations 2018

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CHAPTER 3Assignment by bidding

Assignment of numbered 2.3 GHz lots by bidding

68.  Except where regulation 66 applies, the particular numbered 2.3 GHz lots that are to be assigned to the winning bidder or bidders for the 2.3 GHz lots shall be determined by bidding in one further round of bidding (the “assignment stage round”) in accordance with the procedure set out in regulations 70 to 76.

Assignment of numbered 3.4 GHz lots by bidding

69.  Except where regulation 67 applies, the particular numbered 3.4 GHz lots that are to be assigned to the winning bidder or bidders for the 3.4 GHz lots shall be determined by bidding in the assignment stage round in accordance with the procedure set out in regulations 70, 71 and 77 to 84.

Assignment stage round

70.—(1) Only the following bidders may bid in the assignment stage round—

(a)winning bidders for 2.3 GHz lots; and

(b)winning bidders for 3.4 GHz lots.

(2) The assignment stage round shall begin and end at the times notified by OFCOM under regulation 85.

Assignment stage form

71.—(1) OFCOM shall provide each winning bidder with an assignment stage form.

(2) To bid in the assignment stage round, a bidder must specify on the assignment stage form—

(a)the bidder’s 2.3 GHz assignment stage bids, if any, in accordance with regulation 74; and

(b)the bidder’s 3.4 GHz assignment stage bids, if any, in accordance with regulation 80.

(3) An assignment stage form is a valid assignment stage form if—

(a)the bidder has complied with regulations 74(1) and 74(2) or regulations 80(1) and 80(2) in respect of all assignment stage bids specified on the form; and

(b)the bidder has submitted the form in accordance with regulation 86 or 87.

(4) Where a bidder submits an assignment stage form which is not a valid assignment stage form, OFCOM shall, after the end of the assignment stage round, notify the bidder of that fact and shall give the reasons why the assignment stage form is not a valid assignment stage form.

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