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Rich Brome

Mar 31, 2008, 3:46 PM
Looks like we overlooked one semi-major entrant. It turns out "King Street" is actually a company bidding on behalf of US Cellular. Sorry! Embarassed

We're busy with CTIA right now, but right after the show, we'll dig into that and have a map and breakdown for you guys.
Rich Brome

Apr 9, 2008, 7:28 PM
Hrm... making a map for USCC is going to be a major task. Sad I don't see much interest in it... unless a lot of people really want it, I'm hesitant to devote the better part of a day to making something only a handful of people will find useful.

Please reply if you're waiting anxiously for a map of USCC 700 MHz spectrum. If enough people reply I may consider doing one.

Apr 10, 2008, 4:14 PM
I am disappointed at your lack of dedication.

Apr 11, 2008, 12:00 AM
Rich, I VERY VERY much want to see this map for US Cellular. I am sure that there are MANY other US Cellular Agents that want to see this map also, but currently it is a very busy time us. Thanks. Smile

Apr 14, 2008, 4:20 PM
PLEASE MAKE A MAP!!!! I would love to see the areas on a map that we picked up!!!

Apr 16, 2008, 12:01 AM
knoxvegas75 said:
PLEASE MAKE A MAP!!!! I would love to see the areas on a map that we picked up!!!

While I haven't made a map, these 2 maps have who won what in the A & B blocks. It doesn't show all winners since some winners won too few that they're not listed. Anyway, most of the licenses USCC acquired is to add capacity to existing markets, but they did acquire licenses to new markets, including most of Northern Wisconsin, Northern Vermont, far upstate New York, parts of West Virginia & Ohio, and SW Indiana & Southern Illinois. USCC already has an AWS 10mhz Regional Mississippi Valley license to cover all EA markets in the Mississippi Valley. So they can add also expand into most of Tennessee, Kent...

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