BT are thought to be interested in the auction after a five-year hiatus from the mobile industry.
The organisation plans to advise the top bidders how to use the spectrum they buy, but will make sure that the technologies aren’t harmful and don’t cause interference.
"Releasing more spectrum to the market will create new opportunities for innovation in wireless technologies, promoting competition and driving convergence," said its chief executive Ed Richards.
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