For people who care, there’s another FCC bandwidth auction coming this July. They’re selling off more of the 700MHz range, which will probably start another bidding war between AT&T and Verizon.
The frequencies really aren’t that useful unless you’re a phone carrier, but it could help to increase speed in the 4G segment. AT&T and Verizon already scooped up the majority of the 700MHz back in 2008, so it wouldn’t be surprising to see them grab the rest of it to help complete their network needs, particularly in the 4G area.
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