T-Mobile Won't Bid for H Block Spectrum
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Nov 12, 2013, 12:27 PM by Eric M. Zeman
T-Mobile today said that it will not participate in the Federal Communications Commission's planned January spectrum auction. T-Mobile was initially thought to be interested in the H Block spectrum that will be made available, but confirmed that it is not going to make any bids for the airwaves. On Monday, T-Mobile announced plans to sell about $2 billion in stock, which it might put toward acquiring more spectrum. T-Mobile has not said what spectrum it might be chasing.
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The FCC today started Auction 110, the third in a series of auctions to sell licenses for valuable C-band (mid-band) radio frequencies that offer a good mix of data speeds and coverage when deployed for 5G networks. All three major US wireless carriers have registered and qualified to bid in the auction.
Jan 15, 2021
The FCC today announced that its Auction 107 for C-Band spectrum has concluded its first phase, with final bids totaling $80.9 billion, shattering the record for any FCC auction. The auction made available licenses for 280 megahertz of spectrum in the 3.7 – 3.98 GHz band in the US.
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The FCC today announced the winners of Auction 107 for radio frequency licenses in the coveted "C-Band". Verizon spent $45.5 billion, well over half the $81.1 billion total spent in the whole auction.
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