30 Sep '13, 3pm

T-Mobile Proposes One-Third Limit on Sub-1 GHz Spectrum Ownership:

T-Mobile USA has proposed a one-third limit on the amount of below-1 GHz spectrum carriers can acquire in an individual market in the FCC’s upcoming auctions. T-Mobile outlined the proposal Friday in an FCC filing that insists the suggested spectrum aggregation limits will promote competition while still allowing AT&T and Verizon to “participate extensively in the auction.” Verizon in July argued that a one-third limit, if applied upfront, would bar it from acquiring spectrum in 9 of the top 10 markets while one-third limits including either 50 or 70 MHz available at auction would bar 7 of the top ten for the carrier. T-Mobile argued that if 70 MHz were available at auction, Verizon could acquire a 5x5 MHz license in markets covering approximately 90 percent of the population and a 10x10 MHz license in markets covering more than half of the population. Under those same cir...

Full article: http://www.wirelessweek.com/news/2013/09/t-mobile-propose...

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