Verizon to Buy AWS Spectrum from Cox for $315 Million
Verizon Wireless and Cox Communications today announced that Verizon has agreed to purchase a 20 MHz block of 1700 MHz (AWS) spectrum from Cox for $315 million. The spectrum in question covers 26 million POPs in various markets around the country. Verizon Wireless and Cox have also entered into an agreement to resell one another's services at a wholesale level. Cox announced earlier this year plans to cease offering its own wireless services and shut down its network in March of 2012. The spectrum purchase must be approved by the government before it can be completed.
Verizon and T-Mobile Agree to $173M Spectrum Swap
Verizon Wireless and T-Mobile have agreed to exchange AWS-1 and PCS spectrum in dozens of markets around the country in a deal valued at $173 million. The spectrum in question covers portions of Arkansas, California, Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Kentucky, Massachusetts, Minnesota, Mississippi, Missouri, Montana, New York, North Dakota, Ohio, Pennsylvania, South Dakota, Tennessee, and Virginia.
Verizon Sees No More Big Spectrum Grabs In Its Future
Verizon today said it doesn't believe it will need to make any more large spectrum acquisitions following the results of the recent AWS-3 spectrum auction. Verizon netted 181 spectrum licenses at a cost of $10.4 billion.
C Spire Looking to Nab 700MHz Spectrum
C Spire Wireless is hoping to buy some Lower 700 MHz C Block spectrum from Waller Wireless. The companies recently filed the request with the FCC.
AT&T to Use Auction Winnings to Boost Downlink Performance
AT&T today said its winnings from the recently concluded FCC AWS-3 spectrum auction give it a near contiguous 10x10MHz block of spectrum across much of the country. The J Block spectrum covers 306 million people, or 96% of the U.S.
T-Mobile and Verizon Agree to Another Spectrum Swap
T-Mobile and Verizon Wireless have petitioned the FCC for permission to swap AWS and PCS spectrum licenses in 92 counties and/or 41 Cellular Market Areas around the country. The companies propose to switch spectrum licenses, but not cellular assets or customers.
Wow!!! no one person has nothing to say about Verizon buying out COX wireless, but you blow up the world if AT&T buys out T-Mobile,LMAO..this country is a trip.
Not just this transaction but, "Verizon...