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T-Mobile Mulling Lawsuit Over White Spaces

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Oct 17, 2008, 1:11 PM   by Eric M. Zeman

T-Mobile is weighing its legal options after the FCC cleared the way for white space spectrum to be auctioned off. T-Mobile — and AT&T and the CTIA — still contend that use of the white space spectrum will interfere with networks operating on the AWS-1 spectrum, such as T-Mobile's. If the FCC votes to hold a spectrum auction, T-Mobile will consider bringing a lawsuit against the government agency. The FCC hopes to auction off the white space spectrum, called AWS-3 for now, in 2009. It may be used to provide free wireless Internet services.

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Oct 17, 2008, 4:20 PM

Free wireless boradmand should be renamed....

"Taxpayer supported Broadband." The ironic part will be the people paying the taxes will most likely be ineligible to use it since they "make enough" to buy their own.
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