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The Uncarrier’s Unmitigated Gall

So for all the talk about “fairness” and giving the “little guys” a fair shake in the upcoming incentive auction, T-Mobile’s ulterior motives were confirmed in a manner not unlike the villain’s grand unmasking in the Scooby Doo cartoons. As if to say, “My scheme would’ve worked if not for those meddling kids…” T-Mobile filed yet another proposal yesterday at the FCC. In case you’re keeping score that makes three (at least) different proposals by T-Mobile that ask the American taxpayer to subsidize its spectrum buys. Ruh roh. Recall that to avoid having to compete against all of the bidders – including Verizon and AT&T – in the incentive auction, T-Mobile … Continue reading

600 MHz, FCC, Incentive Auction, Mobile, Spectrum, Spectrum Auctions, Wireless

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