It's been a long time coming, and the bidding in the FCC's AWS-3 spectrum auction is finally closed after 341 rounds. Total provisional winning bids came in at a record $44.899 billion--far more than the FCC raised in its previous spectrum auctions. FierceWireless ' Phil Goldstein has the complete rundown. Check this out for a full analysis of auction 97.
The FCC has closed its AWS-3 spectrum auction, announcing that the total provisional winning bids came in at a record $44.899 billion. Phil Goldstein, editor of FierceWireless, provides analysis of what this game-changing auction will have on the wireless industry. Read more
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