In the high-stakes auction house that is the FCC, 62 bidders have put down their ‘earnest money’ in anticipation of obtaining more spectrum. Major wireless names such as Comcast, Verizon, AT&T, T-Mobile and Dish have taken their seats, paddles in hand, for the airwaves auction that begins on August 16th.
The FCC said the price of this particular 126 MHz ‘lot’ obtained from
broadcasters to be sold for wireless use is up to $86.4 billion. Continue Reading