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The Hellenic Telecommunications and Post Commission (ΕΕΤΤ), in accordance with its Decision 375/10/14.2.2006 “Regulation for Public Consultation Procedures” (Greek National Gazette 314/Β/16.4.2006), announces the commencement of the Public Consultation with respect to the investigation of the possibility to grant rights of use for radio frequencies for the provision of terrestrial wireless electronic communication services in the 2.6 GHz band. This public consultation will last from March 6th, 2009 till April 6th, 2009.
The public consultation document will be available from:

  1. The web site of EETT, http://www.eett.gr
  2. EETT offices, 60 Kifissias Avenue, 151 25 Marousi, Athens, Greece (7th floor), [Tel]: 210 6151000, [Fax]: 210 6105049, during regular working hours.

The responses should be submitted stating the author’s details and affiliation, in the Greek language, both in printed and electronic format, no later than 6 April 2009 at 13:00 p.m. Greek time. Anonymous responses will not be taken into consideration.  The responses will be published unedited, according to the procedures defined in the above mentioned “Regulation for Public Consultation Procedures” with the saving clause of Article 11 of the Regulation with respect to confidentiality matters.  In case that the responses contain confidential elements, they should be placed in a special Annex, so that they will not be published.

The responses to the Public Consultation Paper should be marked as follows:
Public Consultation Regarding the Investigation to Grant Rights of Use for Radio Frequencies in the 2.6 GHz Band

The responses should be submitted in hardcopy at the above mentioned address and electronically to the e-mail address: 2.6GHz@eett.gr. During the Public Consultation process, possibly explanatory answers will be provided by EETT in response to interested parties’ questions.  These questions should be submitted only through the electronic mail address: 2.6GHz@eett.gr and should contain the author’s details and affiliation.

Public Consultation Document