Arcep has received 25 applications

10 May 2016

On 29 January, on Arcep's suggestion, the Government issued five calls for applications with a view to allocating 3G and 4G frequencies in France's overseas departments.

Arcep received 25 applications in response, before the deadline of 12 pm on 10 May 2016:

Guadeloupe - Martinique St Barthélemy - St Martin Guyana La Réunion Mayotte
- Dauphin Telecom

- Digicel Antilles Françaises Guyane
(Digicel Group)

- Free Mobile
(Iliad Group)

- Nomotech

- Orange Caraïbe
(Orange Group)

- Outremer Telecom
(Altice Group)
- Dauphin Telecom

- Digicel Antilles Françaises Guyane
(Digicel Group)

- Free Mobile
(Iliad Group)

- Orange Caraïbe
(Orange Group)

- United Telecommunication Services Caraïbe
(UTS Group)
- Dauphin Telecom
- Digicel Antilles Françaises Guyane
(Digicel Group)

- Free Mobile
(Iliad Group)

- Guyacom

- Orange Caraïbe
(Orange Group)

- Outremer Telecom
(Altice Group)
- Orange

- Société Réunionnaise du Radiotéléphone
(Altice Group)

- Telco OI
(Iliad and Hiridjee Groups)

- Zeop Mobile
(Océinde Group)
- BJT Partners

- Orange

- Société Réunionnaise du Radiotéléphone
(Altice Group)

- Telco OI
(Iliad and Hiridjee Groups)
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Applicant companies in each of the five geographical areas concerned

Arcep will now examine the applications and select the winning candidates in each of the five allocation procedures. N.B.: the procedure allows for up to four applicants to be selected in each area.

Given the number of applications that need to be examined, the procedure will last several months. As stated initially, Arcep's goal is to allocate these frequencies this coming autumn.


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