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FCC Restarts Clock on AT&T's 700MHz Spectrum Grab

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Dec 9, 2011, 5:01 PM   by Eric M. Zeman

The Federal Communications Commission today restarted the commission's informal 180-clock concerning AT&T's proposed acquisition of 700MHz spectrum from Qualcomm. The FCC stopped the clock on August 8, pending review of AT&T's proposed acquisition of T-Mobile. Now that AT&T has withdrawn is merger application, the FCC agreed to allow AT&T to purchase the Qualcomm spectrum, and the FCC is restarting the clock effective November 29, 2011. Qualcomm has asked the FCC to hasten the process concerning this spectrum sale, which was first proposed in late 2010. AT&T intends to use the 700MHz spectrum, formerly used for Qualcomm's failed MediaFLO service, to supplement its own 700MHz spectrum and Long Term Evolution network

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Mark_S

Dec 9, 2011, 9:19 PM

AT&T

AT&T has routinely cited its overtaxed data network as a prime reason behind its proposed acquisition of T-Mobile USA. In its announcement to acquire T-Mobile, AT&T argued that it faces "impending spectrum exhaust in key markets driven by the exponential growth in mobile broadband traffic on its network."
If AT&T can not take its own heat, they should stay out of the kitchen.
your right att should stop trying to improve its network.
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ATTDRONEV2.5

Dec 9, 2011, 11:27 PM

Att says

Must Stop the Timelord from going back to the FCC again!


Daleks! Attack! 🤣
 
 
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