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Cellular One Joins Verizon's Rural LTE Initiative

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Hitur Petar

Nov 11, 2012, 1:02 AM
Whoever thinks Verizon has the spectrum but doesn't have a "license to broadcast" is delirious. Owning the lease on the spectrum is all the license they need to use it.

Like all wireless companies, Verizon has coverage partners. Lets use Bluegrass as an example. Verizon coverage in large parts of Kentucky is provided by Bluegrass. Bluegrass may have their own spectrum, use Verizons, or often some of both, but Bluegrass runs the network and has their own customers under their own brand as well. Verizon customers use Bluegrass' network and never know the difference. Bluegrass customers roam on Verizon and never know the difference

Spectrum is licensed to carriers in very large swaths of area in rural areas. It is often not possible t...

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