AT&T Slams DOJ, Calls Its FCC Guidelines Unlawful
Top message: Figures. by Slammer
Replying to: Re: Figures. by Jarahawk
What it does state, however, is that if the companies do not make use of spectrum, they give it up in exchange for profit, from another company who buys it. That was the point I believe ATT was making, by putting out that statement, and the point I was making in my first comment, although drawn out a bit. So I hope this was a bit more clear for you.
So, unless you have something further to add to that, by all means, express it and we can discuss it. Your comment did nothing to clarify anything. So it was as uninformed as you claimed my comment to be. Kind of " gnatish", don't you think?
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