AT&T Looking to Score Plateau Wireless Spectrum
Jun 24, 2014, 11:03 AM by Eric M. Zeman
AT&T and Plateau Wireless have filed paperwork with the Federal Communications Commission seeking permission to transfer certain spectrum licenses held by Plateau to AT&T. AT&T hopes to gain 700MHz, 850MHz, and AWS spectrum covering select markets in New Mexico and Texas. "This acquisition will enhance and supplement our wireless coverage in rural areas of southeast New Mexico and west Texas. We frequently do these sorts of deals as part of our commitment to give our customers a great mobile internet experience," said AT&T to Fierce Wireless. The spectrum transfer requires FCC approval before it can be completed.
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New Mexico markets
Is this purchase a play to get spectrum for the city of Santa Fe? It's just weird that AT&T has no LTE service in Santa Fe while every other major carrier does.
Actually, Sprint does not have LTE coverage in Sa...