Three companies hope to become Slovakia's third mobile operator

The daughter company of Telecom Austria Mobilkom, Spanish Telefonica O2 and the consortium of Czech Rádiokomunikace with Penta, represented by the firm B Four, submitted their preliminary bids to become the country's third mobile operator.

Telecommunications Office (TÚ) spokesman Roman Vavro confirmed for the media that the nine-member tender commission will make its decision within 14 days, the news wire TASR wrote.

The TÚ will grant the future third mobile operator permission to utilise frequencies within the GSM 900 and 1800 MHz in the UMTS and FS 29 GHz band.

Compiled by Martina Jurinová from press reports
The Slovak Spectator cannot vouch for the accuracy of the information presented in its Flash News postings.

Top stories

Vast damage after the supercell storm in southern Moravia.

UPDATED: Tornado damaged villages just across the Slovak borders

Czech authorities report three dead and hundreds of injured in southern Moravia region.


6 h
The Weekend of Open Parks and Gardens has became a popular event in Slovakia

Pandemic highlights the importance of parks and gardens

Parks and gardens across Slovakia will open during the Weekend of Open Parks and Gardens


21 h
The panorama of the High Tatras and the gravel lake between the town of Svit and the village of Batizovce in the Poprad district.

A Slovak castle appears in "Friends: The Reunion"

A brown bear toured a Slovak town. You can now tour a region filled with tasty wine.


5 h
A man waits outside a mobile Covid-19 vaccination centre outside Bolton Town Hall, England, where case numbers of the Delta variant have been relatively high.

How to change people's minds about vaccination? Experts hesitant that money is the answer

The state fears a third wave may hit hard in poorly vaccinated districts. The state should try whatever could work, researcher claims.


21 h