Clear Talk Latest to Pick from Verizon's 700MHz Spectrum Tree
Verizon Wireless today announced that Clear Talk has agreed to purchase a handful of its Lower B Block 700MHz spectrum licenses. Clear Talk will acquire 10 licenses that cover five markets in Texas, plus others in Maryland, Georgia, Florida, Nevada, and New Mexico. According to Verizon, the licenses cover 2.1 million POPs. Terms of the transaction were not provided, and it is subject to regulatory approval.
T-Mobile Snags A Bit More 700MHz Spectrum
T-Mobile recently asked the FCC for permission to buy spectrum licenses from Actel, a company owned by CenturyLink. The deal includes 13 licenses that cover various small cities in portions of Alabama, Arkansas, Colorado, Florida, Georgia, Louisiana, Michigan, Missouri, Montana, New Mexico, and Oklahoma.
T-Mobile Going After Yet More 700MHz Spectrum
T-Mobile continues to chase 700MHz A Block spectrum across the country. According to recent filings with the FCC, T-Mobile's newest target is a batch of licenses held by Triad 700 LLC.
AT&T to Scoop Up WCS Spectrum from Sprint
AT&T has agreed to pick up 19 WCS spectrum licenses from Sprint for an undisclosed sum, according to a filing the companies made with the Federal Communications Commission. The WCS licenses cover 2.3GHz spectrum across portions of the south, including Georgia, Florida, Alabama, Louisiana, and Texas.
AT&T Taps East Kentucky Network for 700MHz Licenses
AT&T has filed paperwork with the FCC hoping to gain permission to purchase three Lower 700MHz C Block licenses from East Kentucky Network. The licenses in question cover 20 counties in three Cellular Market Areas across regions of Kentucky, Ohio, and West Virginia.