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Publicly, at least, AT&T is bursting at the seams as it runs out of space to put all of its customers. The failed $39 billion purchase of T-Mobile was all about trying to match (or better) Verizon's reserves of wireless spectrum. Given the FCC's blocking of LightSquared and stymieing of future

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Here's some up to date 700MHz bidding news for you. Currently, bids on the hotly contested \"C\" block have risen to almost $4.3 billion, or just a few dollars away from the FCC's reserve price of $4.6 billion. That number puts us perilously close to triggering the \"open-access rule\" which pretty muc

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Here's some up to date 700MHz bidding news for you. Currently, bids on the hotly contested \"C\" block have risen to almost $4.3 billion, or just a few dollars away from the FCC's reserve price of $4.6 billion. That number puts us perilously close to triggering the \"open-access rule\" which pretty muc

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While we've already heard AT&T give its own praise in favor of the \"open access\" clause in the 700MHz spectrum auction, here comes yet another firm ready and willing to give the thumbs-up to the FCC on its relatively consumer-friendly decision. Nokia has made known that it \"applauds\" the move

7 years ago 0 Comments