Sprint Asks FCC for Permission to Sell Itself to Softbank
AT&T Dips Its Oar In
Of course AT&T misses the point. No company controls spectrum in the US, companies buy the rights to use it eitrher directly from the government is an auction or on the secondary market. Control of it is ultimately in the hands of the people as expressed by through the FCC. It can be made worthless or taken away if necessary. Anyone who doubts this need only try to tune their FM radio to 45 MHz, the original US FM band, to receive a station.
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WOW! Just how low will they stoop?
This is the same company that in Kansas City refers a local bar as an executive meeting room and jokes openly about having management team builders concerning building up their alcohol tolerence and on Orlando the local Applebees asked them kindly not to come back again formally as a group.
Watch Out Kobe Steakhouse! The tawagoto is gonna hit the fan NOW!
Who didn't see this coming?