(By Nikhil Pahwa & Vikas SN) Our coverage of the 2G Auctions is brought to you by OnMobile Global, India’s leading Mobile Value Added Services [VAS] company MediaNama's extensive coverage of the 2G auction results was brought to you in association with OnMobile Global. Download a copy of our overview of the 2G auction results. This report contains a printable version of our table explaining which telecom operators got spectrum in which circles, and for how much, as well as bullet pointed details of the result along with commentary, as well as a bonus chart with data on the circles where Reliance Jio did not buy spectrum. Download the 2G Auction Results document here. Telco Payment Details Department Of Telecommunications (DoT) has also released (pdf) the final results for the recently concluded 2G auctions along with information on the amount to be paid by each successful bidder. Note that all successful bidders have the option to either pay the full bid amount upfront or make use of the deferred payment option to pay 33% of the bid amount (in case of 1800MHz band) or 25% of the bid amount (in case of 900MHz band) by February 27, 2014 and the remaining amount through ten annual installments after a two year period. - Airtel has to pay Rs 3,268.99 crore upfront and Rs 1,307 crore in 10 annual installments for securing 485 spectrum blocks in 1800MHz. It has to pay Rs 2,155.9 crore upfront and Rs 1,273.6 crore in 10 annual installments for 18 spectrum blocks in 900MHz. Overall, the telco has to pay Rs 5,424.9…
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