Is the 700 MHz auction near its end?

The 700 MHz auction is still moving along, albeit very slowly. Round 119 yesterday garnered 25 new bids across the A, B and E Blocks. The auction total provisional winnings bids reached $19.539 billion.

Denver's E-Block license received the largest bid, drawing an offer of $640,000 to reach $23.1 million. Bidding for the B Block centered in the Eastern U.S. while E Block activity remained in the Midwest and Southwest.

For more on the 700 MHz auction:
- take a look at this report from RCR Wireless News

Related articles:
700 MHz auction creeps along Report
Smaller 700 MHz bands generate interest Report
Economy doesn't appear to hurt 700 MHz auction Editorial
700 MHz auction reaches $19 billion Report


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