The CTU telecoms regulator will announce today that it is putting a 10 MHz limit on the 800 MHz spectrum that may be bought at auction by any one operator and that it will tighten the conditions for transferring spectrum between operators, as a way to limit speculation. (The Incumbents have indirectly accused PPF of merely wanting to speculate with the frequencies.) CTU will continue to set aside 10 MHz of the 800 MHz spectrum for new operators. The new auction should begin in Nov., but it depends on how the EU Commission responds to complaints from the incumbents. / The incumbents haven’t been much successfull within its suggestions to the auction conditions as we have expected and a way for a new operator to entry the market seems to be open if EU Commission is to agree on conditions.