Posts Tagged ‘Spectrum’

 

AT&T Shores up its Spectrum While Customer Costs Rise

AT&T Shores up its Spectrum While Customer Costs Rise

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FCC proposes spectrum sharing, as mobile carriers give wary eye

Mobile industry will have to share 3.5 GHz band, will setup "small cell" sites.

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FCC to review mobile spectrum ownership

The FCC is going to take a closer look at how many airwaves companies should individually own.

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2G to get the axe by AT&T

The mobile carrier said that the move is to make room for 3G and 4G technology on its limited spectrum.

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Digital Dividend critical to Australian mobile industry: AMTA chair

Securing Digital Dividend spectrum for the wireless industry is a key priority for the new chair of the Australian Mobile Telecommunications Association.

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T-Mobile and Verizon Agree to a Wireless Deal

T-Mobile is shocking the wireless industry once again. In a surprising move on Monday, they have reached an agreement with Verizon Wireless in the purchase of spectrum rights once Verizon's $3.6 . . .

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AT&T chief Randall Stephenson predicts more mergers, changes in consumer smartphone plans

AT&T Chief Executive Randall Stephenson said Friday that the wireless industry is likely to experience more consolidation, with firms buying up each other's spectrum assets to deal with skyrocketing demand by smartphone users. Read full article >>

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Presidential Panel Urges More Flexible Use of Spectrum

SAN FRANCISCO -- A just-completed report from a presidential advisory committee urges President Obama to adopt new computer technologies to

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Mcadams On: Surplus Spectrum

It seems the wireless industry doesn't have any use for the 18 TV channels it obtained in 2008 auction of 700 MHz spectrum.

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T-Mobile, MetroPCS in Merger Talks: Bloomberg

T-Mobile, with $4 billion in the bank and new spectrum, is a different company than it was when AT&T tried to buy it last year. However, the carrier still needs to grow and it's reportedly in talks with Metro PCS.

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