FCC wireless spectrum auction pushed back to 2015
0. phoneArena 07 Dec 2013, 01:52 posted on
With the FCC still working on the rules and bidding structure of its wireless spectrum auction, it appears as though the auction will take place in 2015 instead of 2014 as originally planned. In addition, FCC Chairman Tom Wheeler wants to make sure that the agency's infrastructure can handle the process. Writing on the FCC's official blog, Wheeler said the FCC will be able to handle a successful auction in the middle of 2015...
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1. corporateJP (Posts: 1185; Member since: 28 Nov 2009)
More government red tape, more carrier lobbying money, more monopolizing.
I'm sure it will end up in Verizon's hands as usual, then we'll be expected to pay more of a premium for it.
In a perfect world, Sprint and T-Mobile should be the only ones allowed to bid to put them more on par with the Big Bells.