MOSCOW, 27 Jul - RIA Novosti/Prime. The state Commission for radio frequencies (SCRF) without competition is issued to the operator "Krymtelekom" frequencies to work on the Peninsula in GSM and 3G, writes the print edition referring to a source close to the operator's manual.
at the meeting on 30 June, the SCR recognized frequency in Crimea is a limited resource and requested the Roskomnadzor to assess the extent to which they are employed. Afterward as this work is completed, the frequency must be either offered for a contest, or a dedicated privately by the decision of the SCRF.
it was mentioned ranges 791-862 MHz (in RF is reserved for the network of the LTE standard), 880-915/925-960 MHz (GSM-900), 1710-1785/1805-1880 MHz (GSM-1800), 1900-1920 MHz (LTE TDD modification), 1920-1980/2110-2170 MHz (3G), 2010-2025 MHz (3G, modification TDD), 2500-2690 MHz (high band for LTE), and 3400-3440 MHz and 3545-3550 MHz (fixed wireless Internet access, WiMax).
on the Crimean frequency claimed two local operator "Krymtelekom" and " Sevtelecom ", were both written in SCR applications for frequencies. The authorities of the Peninsula claimed to have plans to do at home "Krymtelekom" regional mobile operator, passing it nationalized the equipment Kyivstar (Ukrainian subsidiary of Vimpelcom Ltd.), ceasing operations on the Peninsula in the last month of summer 2014, stresses the magazine.
Vice Prime Minister of Crimea Dmitry Polonsky said that both the Crimean operator ( " Krymtelekom ", and "Sevtelecom" ) will coordinate with each other and then maybe even unite, stresses the magazine. Satisfied with the application of Sevtelecom ", the interlocutors of the newspaper not stated. Authorized operator has not responded to the request.
currently working in Crimea, only one GSM operator - Krasnodar LLC " K-Telecom ". It is through "K-Telecom" (roaming network) provides its subscribers with a connection in Crimea all Russian operators. In addition, in the Crimea continues Intertelecom - former Crimean branch of the eponymous Ukrainian operator, which became an independent Russian company.