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Dish May Bid In 600MHz Auction Next Year

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Oct 7, 2015, 4:35 PM   by Eric M. Zeman
updated Oct 8, 2015, 7:48 AM

Dish Network is evaluating whether or not to participate in the FCC's 600MHz incentive auction next year, according to an executive. The company might bid on airwave licenses even though it was recently denied a $3.3 billion discount on licenses it won in this year's AWS-3 auction. The company did not say what it plans to do with the spectrum. Dish already owns a significant swath of spectrum, but has yet to deploy any sort of wireless network. Sprint recently said it will not participate in the auction, while T-Mobile has been very vocal about its plans to spend up to $10 billion securing country-wide 600MHz airwaves.

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Oct 8, 2015, 3:15 AM


You have a grammar error mentioned in the Dish Networks participation in early next years 600 megahertz incentive spectrum auction you mentioned Dish Networks plans in the news story. I think you meant to say Dish Network plans instead of Dish Networks plans mentioned in the first sentence of the news article...
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