Incentive Auction 'Success': A Skeptic's View

January 25, 2017

On January 18, two days before he left office, FCC Chairman Tom Wheeler released a statement lauding the completion of the incentive auction.  “[T]he benefits of the auction are indisputable,” he said. “We will repurpose 70 MHz of high-value, completely clear low-band spectrum for mobile broadband on a nationwide basis. On top of that, 14 MHz of unlicensed spectrum—the test bed for wireless innovation—will be available for consumer devices and new services.

Read more at: http://www.tvtechnology.com/opinions/0004/incentive-auction-success-a-skeptics-view/280205


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