Top 10 bidders in the FCC's 600 MHz forward incentive auction

FCC headquarters
The Federal Communications Commission's forward incentive auction ended on Thursday. (FCC)

The FCC wrapped up the forward portion of its incentive auction yesterday and announced which companies took home the most spectrum. Some industry giants, like T-Mobile and Comcast, invested heavily in the 600 MHz spectrum, while others, like Verizon, invested nothing at all.

Those decisions will have lasting consequences for the industry and will shape the commercial spectrum landscape for years to come. In the meantime, here are the top 10 companies that spent the most on 600 MHz spectrum:

 

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