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Report: After Backlash, FCC Drafting New Open Internet Rules

The FCC may be looking to further revise its proposed net neutrality policy due to a backlash at its first attempt to craft a set of rules.  Read more about Report: After Backlash, FCC Drafting New Open Internet Rules Comments

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Sprint: FCC’s Spectrum Screen “Undermines” 600 MHz Auction Rules

Sprint is fighting back against the FCC’s proposed updates to the spectrum screen. The carrier said that by treating all spectrum as equal for screening purposes, the FCC “undermines” proposed 600 MHz auction rules that would help carriers with limited low-band licenses get a hold of 600 MHz spectrum. Read more about Sprint: FCC’s Spectrum Screen “Undermines” 600 MHz Auction Rules Comments

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Sprint: FCC’s Spectrum Screen “Undermines” 600 MHz Auction Rules

Sprint is fighting back against the FCC’s proposed updates to the spectrum screen. The carrier said that by treating all spectrum as equal for screening purposes, the FCC “undermines” proposed 600 MHz auction rules that would help carriers with limited low-band licenses get a hold of 600 MHz spectrum. Read more about Sprint: FCC’s Spectrum Screen “Undermines” 600 MHz Auction Rules Comments

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FCC Approves T-Mobile’s 700 MHz A Block Deal with Verizon

The FCC today gave its blessing to T-Mobile’s acquistion of a swatch of 700 MHz A Block spectrum from Verizon.  In an emailed statement, T-Mobile Vice President of Federal Regulatory Affairs Kathleen Ham thanked the FCC for approving the deal.  “T-Mobile is pleased by the FCC’s prompt approval of our acquisition of 700 MHz A-Block spectrum, which will provide the company with low-band spectrum in a number of key markets across the country,” Ham said. Read more about FCC Approves T-Mobile's 700 MHz A Block Deal with Verizon Comments

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AT&T Warns FCC It Might Skip 600 MHz Auction Over Spectrum Rules

AT&T is threatening to sit out the FCC’s upcoming 600 MHz incentive auctions if the Commission puts in place rules reserving portions of the spectrum for smaller carriers only. Read more about AT&T Warns FCC It Might Skip 600 MHz Auction Over Spectrum Rules Comments

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AT&T Files with FCC for Transfer of 700 MHz, AWS Spectrum

AT&T yesterday filed with the FCC a handful of consent forms for transfer of various 700 MHz and AWS licenses. Read more about AT&T Files with FCC for Transfer of 700 MHz, AWS Spectrum Comments

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Google Asks FCC for Four 6-MHz Unlicensed Channels in 600 MHz Band

In a series of meetings with FCC officials, Google representatives have asked the Commission to open four 6-MHz channels for unlicensed use in the 600 MHz band following the Broadcast Incentive Auctions. Read more about Google Asks FCC for Four 6-MHz Unlicensed Channels in 600 MHz Band Comments

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Verizon Attacks T-Mobile Over Canadian Auction Rationale

Verizon took to the FCC to push back hard against T-Mobile’s suggestion that Canada’s successful 700 MHz spectrum auction justifies use of below-1 GHz aggregation limits in the Commission’s upcoming 600 MHz auction. Read more about Verizon Attacks T-Mobile Over Canadian Auction Rationale Comments

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Dish Network Sweeps H Block Spectrum Auction

Dish Network won all 176 licenses available in the FCC’s H Block auction with a combined winning bid of $1.56 billion. Fully 23 qualified bidders vied for 10 MHz of paired spectrum (1915-1920 /1995-2000 MHz) but in the end Dish walked away with it all.

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Sprint Details Spectrum Weighting Proposal, Maintains Caveats for 2.5 GHz

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