Allocate unsold spectrum at a price-Vodafone Idea.

Allocate unsold spectrum at a price

Allocate unsold spectrum at a price of Vodafone Idea.


 Ahead of 5G auctions, Vodafone Idea MD and CEO Ravinder Takkar has said that the company should consider “allocating” spectrum which is left unsold to mobile operators at a certain market-discover price as companies are scaling networks to fulfill the country’s growing digital consumption.

Takkar is leading the turnaround strategy for Vodafone Idea which is struggling with a Rs 1.9-lakh-crore debt and heavy losses, and he also said that the company is gradually moving towards sorting out its financial woes as it reaps synergies of the merger between Vodafone India and Idea cellular, while seeking to close in on an estimated Rs 20,000 crore in fresh funding very soon.

The only headwinds before getting the external funding to be divided equally between debt and equity are the wait for the government to fulfill its promise to invest in the company via converting its Rs 16,000-crore interest demand into a near 33% equity. It is a process and it would take much time to complete. Why someone would put money in it when they do not know how much the government will own? For a third-party investor, the government holding will be important for investors.

On takkar suggestion of allocating unsold spectrum to mobile operators at a price, he said that it can be considered as one of the options.

If you look at the last auction that took place in February 2021, there was like 60% spectrum that was unsold. So anybody can allocate maybe you should consider just giving the spectrum away at a price because there is price recovery element,” he said. Considering about financial performance of Vodafone Idea, takkar said the company has managed to improve its average revenue per user (ARPU) owning to tariff hikes and operational efficiencies. Asked whether the revival is led only by the government’s bailout package, he said.

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