The Federal Communications Commission (ComCom) has instructed the Federal Office of Communications (OFCOM) to conduct a public consultation on the allocation of frequencies available from 2029 for the provision of telecommunication services for third parties.
New mobile radio frequencies will become available from 2019. The OFCOM is therefore launching a consultation regarding how the new resources should be allocated.
The consultation procedure on the proposed revisions of the Ordinance on Telecommunications Services (OTS), the Ordinance on the Indication of Prices (OIP) and the Ordinance on Addressing Resources in the Telecommunications Sector (OARTS) as well as the new Ordinance on Internet Domains (OID) generated 83 comments.
On behalf of the Federal Communications Commission (ComCom), the Federal Office of Communications (OFCOM) has carried out the public consultation relating to the allocation options for free mobile radio frequencies and those that will become free in 2013 and 2016.
On behalf of the Federal Communications Commission (ComCom), the Federal Office of Communications (OFCOM) has carried out the Consultation on additional UMTS mobile frequencies.
The public consultation concerning the new implementing provisions of the LTC amended by parliament on 24 March 2006 was launched on 28 June 2006. The new decrees must enter into force during the first quarter of 2007, at the same time as the amendment to the LTC. The consultation lasts until 18 August 2006.
On behalf of the Swiss Federal Communications Commission (ComCom), OFCOM has conducted a public consultation regarding the renewal of the GSM licences of Swisscom Mobile SA, Orange Communications SA and TDC Switzerland SA. Replies had to be submitted by the 23 June 2006. The results of this public consultation are summarised in an analysis report and published (only available in German and French) on the OFCOM-Website.