The spectrum assigned for digital terrestrial television and wireless broadband services are mainly in the 700 MHz, the 1.5 GHz and the 26 GHz bands.
The 700 MHz band is currently used for TV broadcasting - digital terrestrial television (DTT) by Tet whose rights of use expire in 31 December 2021. The use of the 700 MHz band for wireless broadband is planned for 2022, with auctions expected between end 2020 and mid-2021. Advances in allocating this band depend on the DTT migration and the frequency coordination (to avoid mutual interferences) with Russia and Belarus.
703-733 MHz / 758-788 MHz bands will be allocated for wireless broadband services and could be used for Public Protection and Disaster Relief (PPDR) system based on agreement of PPDR system owner and electronic service providers.
Allocation of 733-736 MHz un 788-791 MHz bands for Internet of Things (IoT) will be subject to consider in the next sector policy plan making period.
In January 2019 the 1.5 GHz band (1427-1518 MHz) was allocated for electronic communications networks - mobile and wireless broadband services. Auction is planned for 2020.
Until the end of 2020 a part of 26 GHz spectrum band will be allocated for the use of mobile communication services. While spectrum bands above 24 GHz are already used for 5G tests, realizing the allocation of substantive frequency resources between 24.25 GHz and 27.5 GHz for 5G still requires coordination with the military.