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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

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August 3, 2007 at 4:32AM
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The FCC has just approved rules on the highly-sought after, Google-attracting 700MHz wireless frequency band auction which will take place sometime next year. The agency has decided that one-third of the soon-to-be-empty band will be available to consumers under FCC chairman Kevin Martin's \"open acc

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The FCC has just approved rules on the highly-sought after, Google-attracting 700MHz wireless frequency band auction which will take place sometime next year. The agency has decided that one-third of the soon-to-be-empty band will be available to consumers under FCC chairman Kevin Martin's \"open acc

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The jostling around the upcoming FCC auction for the 700MHz spectrum has been kind of a snoozefest until now: as you'd expect, big wireless companies like Verizon have staunchly supported the traditional closed license model, while 'net companies like Google have advocated for open access. That's ab

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