T-Mobile Tries to Block AT&T Low-Band Spectrum Buy

June 24, 2015

T-Mobile has asked the FCC to deny the transfer of low-band spectrum to AT&T through a secondary market transaction. T-Mobile has been asking the FCC to set aside more low-band spectrum for competitive carriers—like T-Mobile—in the upcoming incentive auction, pointing out that AT&T and Verizon combined already have over two-thirds of that beachfront spectrum nationwide.


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