Spectrum Holdings

The table below gives an overview of the main mobile spectrum licences held by the Telenor Group. Terms and conditions differ across licences and markets.

Last updated: 4 February 2019

Spectrum Bandwidth (MHz) Expiry
Norway
700 MHz 2×10 2039
800 MHz 2×10 2033
900 MHz 2×15 2033
1800 MHz 2×10 + 2×20 2028/2033
2100 MHz 2×19.8 2032
2600 MHz 2×40 2022
Sweden
700MHz 2×10 (a) 2040
800 MHz 2×10 (a) 2035
900 MHz 2×6 (a) + 2×5 2025
1800 MHz 2×5 + 2×20 + 2×10 (a) 2027/2037
2100 MHz 2×19.8 + 1×5 2025
2600 MHz 2×40 (b) 2023
Denmark
700 MHz* 2×5 (c) 2034
800 MHz 2×10 (c) 2034
900 MHz* 2×10 (c) 2039
1800 MHz 2×25 (c) 2032
2100 MHz 2×15 + 1×5 2021
2600 MHz 2×20 + 1×10 2030
Thailand (dtac)
850/900 MHz 2×5 2033
1800 MHz 2×5 2033
2100 MHz 2×15 2027
2300 MHz 1×60 (d) 2025
Malaysia (Digi)
900 MHz 2×5 2032
1800 MHz 2×20 2032
2100 MHz 2×15 2034
2600 MHz 2×10 2019
Bangladesh (Grameenphone)
900 MHz 2×7.4 2026
1800 MHz 2×7.2 + 2×7.4 / 2×5 2026/2033
2100 MHz 2×10 2028
Pakistan
850 MHz 2×10 2031
900 MHz 2×4.8 2019
1800 MHz 2×8.8 2019
2100 MHz 2×5 2029
Myanmar
900 MHz 2×2.2+2×5 2023/29
1800 MHz 2×20 2029
2100 MHz 2×15 2029

(a) The licence is awarded to Net4Mobility (50% owned by Telenor)
(b) Tele 2 and Telenor transferred their respective licences (2×20 MHz) in the 2600 MHz band to Net4Mobility on 2 July 2012
(c) Jointly owned with Telia
(d) Under lease agreement with TOT

*Valid from April 2020