Verizon Not Interested in Clearwire Spectrum
Verizon Wireless has rebuffed a Bloomberg report that it is participating in an auction to acquire spectrum from WiMax provider Clearwire. "We're not participating in the Clearwire auction," said Nancy Stark, a spokeswoman for Verizon Wireless. Bloomberg reported on Tuesday that Clearwire was in talks to sell some of its spectrum in a bid to raise the $5 billion it needs to continue operations. Bloomberg also reported that AT&T and Deustche Telekom are making bids for the spectrum.
AT&T, Verizon Dominate AWS-3 Auction
The FCC today published a list of companies that placed winning bids for the AWS-3 spectrum auction. The FCC auctioned off 1,600 licenses, for which 70 companies were competing.
FCC's 2016 Reverse Auction Sees Opening Bids Set
The FCC has set opening bids for the 600MHz reverse spectrum auction, scheduled for the middle of 2016. The auction will see television stations give up their spectrum licenses, which will then be sold to wireless companies.
AT&T Lines Up $9.2 Billion to Pay for Spectrum
AT&T has padded its balance sheet with cash as the AWS-3 spectrum auction winds down. The company has lined up loans and credit facilities totaling $9.2 billion.
AWS-3 Spectrum Auction Over, Bids Total $44.89 Billion
The FCC today said Auction 97, which covered blocks of spectrum in the AWS-3 band, is now over. It received a final bid today for the 1695-1710MHz unpaired spectrum band just a day after it closed bids for the G, H, I, and J paired spectrum blocks.
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So Bloomberg decided to lie to everyone?
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