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Dish Network letter to the FCC says its LTE plans can help bring broadband to every American

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High speed data connections available from Fairbanks to Miami? We can get with that, and Dish Network hopes the idea will appeal to the FCC as well so it can deploy its hybrid satellite/LTE network. Despite the hurdles faced by LightSquared's similar technology, DailyWireless reports Dish claims its network will have no such issues. Other wireless companies are asking for more details before the feds let Dish use the technology it has put together from its purchases of DBSD and Terrestar. We'll keep an eye out for the FCC's response, for now if you need more info on the playing field you can check the source link, or dive directly into Dish's 67-page letter.

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