New Chairman Novak of the CTU telecoms regulator said that he would not call the recent development on the mobile market (new tariffs introduced by incumbents) a “revolution” and that it could have occurred much sooner if the regulator had taken action. Asked if prices will keep falling, he said that he personally would not consider signing up for a two-year contract. In terms of a fourth operator, he said that someone like Tele2 or Russian financial groups might possibly be interested in bidding, now that 800 MHz spectrum has been set aside. /Slightly negative, we expect Novak will act in favour of coming 4th operator to increase the competition. The public discussion is scheduled to last until May 22 and the regulator plans to launch a new auction already in June but this could perhaps be postponed if the incumbents decide to file lawsuits.