3G Auction Set For June 29
Feb 1, 2006, 3:19 PM by (staff)
The FCC has finally announced June 29 as the date for the 3G spectrum auction. The auction will consist of 1,122 licenses for spectrum pairs in the 1700 and 2100 MHz bands. One month ago, the NTIA finally approved the government clearing current services out of this spectrum, provided the auction could raise $935 million. Hurdles such as NTIA and other administrative or legal approvals have delayed FCC auctions in the past, and might still delay this auction, as small business discounts and other auction procedures are still under debate.
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GO TMOBILE GO
on top of that the orange devil is and will be lightyears of t-slowbile.
SHUT THE ORANGE DEVIL DOWN!!!
why would cingular be interested in this auction? i thought that they were already implementing 3g on 1900.
Some Additional Info about the Auction.
There will be 1,122 licenses that will be up for auction and they are seeking about $1.285 billion dollars and these spectrum will be in the A-F block with the majority of licenses in the A block range and there are 20 MHz of total bandwidth. (A-Block= 1710-1720/2110-2120)
If this stuff is interested to any of you go to http://hraunfoss.fcc.gov/edocs_public/attachm atch/DA-06-238A2.pdf as well as http://wireless.fcc.gov/ and it will state “1/31/2006
PUBLIC NOTICE (DA 06-23😎
Auction of Advanced Wireless Services Licenses Schedule...
Auctions are fun and we will have to see who wins on June 29th
Anyone can bid on this spectrum and you can never have enough spectrum so if the price is right in some markets you can rest assure many carriers including those who are the big boys and even the little boys would take place to grow and to offer different soluti...