Telecom spectrum auction 2016 has ended with worth Rs. 65,789 crores in last five days.
There were no takers for the costly 700MHz and 900MHz groups over the span of the five days. The 700MHz band alone was relied upon to get Rs. 4 lakh crores for the administration.
"Offers worth about Rs. 65,789 crores were gotten toward the end of 31 rounds for 965MHz of range out of aggregate 2354.55MHz put available to be purchased," official sources told PTI.
Around 60 percent of portable wireless transmissions in quality terms stayed unsold in what was charged as the nation's biggest range sell off where Rs. 5.63 lakh crores worth of range was set available to be purchased from October 1.
Prior in the day, absolute offers had plunged a bit to about Rs. 63,325 crores toward the end of 26th round when contrasted with past shutting. Action, in any case, grabbed pace in the later adjusts. Each round Thursday was of 45-moment term, not at all like a hour on the earlier days.
The offering action occurred just in few circles with enthusiasm keeping on being generally around 1800MHz and 2300MHz that can be utilized by administrators to give 4G administrations.
Industry additionally demonstrated enthusiasm for 2100MHz (3G/4G) band, 2500MHz (4G) band and 800MHz (2G/4G) groups.
The obligation ridden telecom industry was mindful in the bartering and picked low-evaluated range that will help them enhance versatile administration quality also offer cutting edge administrations on the planet's second biggest telecom market.
According to rating organization ICRA, the merged obligation level of the business remained at around Rs. 3,80,000 crores in December 2015 against Rs. 2,90,000 crores in March 2014.