Clearwire filed a document with the SEC stating that it will not bid in the upcoming 700 MHz auction in January, but the company did not give a reason for the decision to abstain. Potential bidders
The applications for potential bidders in the upcoming 700 MHz auction this January came to pass on Monday, and at least two bidders announced their intent before applying:
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The applications for potential bidders in the upcoming 700 MHz auction this January came to pass at 6 p.m. EST yesterday and at least two bidders announced their intent before applying:
Today is the deadline for those companies that want to bid in the upcoming 700 MHz auction to submit their forms to the FCC. Google has already announced its intent to file today, and word is a
Companies planning to bid on 700 Mhz wireless spectrum at federal auction in January need to confirm their intentions by the end of the day today, and the biggest question already has been answered.
Google has officially announced that it will bid in the 700 MHz spectrum auction, which is scheduled to take place in late January. The FCC will require the winning bidder of a slice of the upper
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