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In defending its plan to make more midband spectrum available for 5G, the C-Band Alliance is pointing to past beneficial transactions.
Charter is working to set its MVNO apart from rivals.
CCO Fiberlink, a subsidiary of Charter Communications, filed an application for Special Temporary Authority to conduct tests in the 3.7-4.2 GHz band.
The C-Band Alliance has made it clear that it's not interested in freeing up more than the 200 megahertz of spectrum it's already volunteering for 5G.
Charter said its Spectrum Mobile service, an MVNO offering that runs over Verizon’s network, has so far gained a total of 21,000 lines.