26 Oct '15, 11pm

FCC list shows AT&T can bid for reserve spectrum in majority of smaller, rural markets.

The FCC has released a market-by-market list of which national carriers can bid for the reserved low-band spectrum in the forward portion of the broadcast incentive auction-- the FCC created the reserve so that the non-dominant holders of that beachfront low-band spectrum could get access to it--and it looks like AT&T can bid in the majority of smaller, rural markets. In the top five markets, that is only Sprint and T-Mobile, and with Sprint saying it is sitting the auction out, that means only T-Mobile among the major carriers will be reserve-eligible. That top 10-market spectrum serves approximately 70 million people. Verizon and AT&T already have the majority of low-band spectrum. Verizon doesn't get to bid on reserve spectrum until markets 8 and 9, Dallas and Miami, respectively, and AT&T can't bid until market 14, Cleveland. But any suggestion rural carriers needed th...

Full article: http://www.multichannel.com/news/fcc/fcc-list-shows-att-h...

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