FCC Pauses 28 GHz Auction

November 26, 2018

After 14 rounds, the bidding stands at $145,136,710 for 2,367 provisional licenses--ones where the bidder would win the spectrum if the auction closed after the last round--with the FCC still holding 705 licenses either because they have not yet drawn a bid, or because bids were withdrawn--though only a handful were withdrawn, one each in rounds two and three and four bids in round seven, and even they may have since been re-bid.

Read more at: https://www.broadcastingcable.com/news/fcc-pauses-28-ghz-auction

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