The provisional price of a pan-India spectrum at India’s 3G Auction rose to Rs. 86.62 Bn, up 3.33% from Rs. 83.83 billion the day before, and 147.5% from the base price of Rs. 35 billion. The focus of bids towards Delhi and Mumbai increased further, as they accounted for Rs. 26.13 billion – around 30.1 percent of the total amount. Mumbai, at Rs. 13.29 billion, increased its lead over Delhi, which ended the day at Rs. 12.84 billion. The two metro circles, despite their high base, continued to grow the fastest, at 6.1% each for the day. We’re now 15 days into the 3G Auction, and there’s no sight of it ending soon as demand remains. It’s almost like a game of blink, and no operator wants the the first to say no.
UP (West) continues to lead the Category B circles, and Kerala is marginally ahead of UP (East). Charts for the day:
Note: We’ve got a couple of other interesting charts to put out, based on suggestions from @addepalli. If there’s any other chart you’d like to see on the 3G auction, do let us know. We’ll put them up over the weekend.
– Complete auction details for April 27th: 27th April
– Daily auction reports for previous days: 26th April, 24th April / 23rd April / 22nd April / 21st April / 20th April / 19th April/ 17th April / 16th April/ 15th April / 13th April/ 12th April/ 10th April / 9th April 2010