First Round of 700 Mhz Spectrum Auction Top Results

The first round of the 700 Mhz Auction is over. Here are some of the top bids just revealed by the FCC.

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Check out the third round results here.

Package
/License
Bidding
Units
Bid
Round
PWB
Amount
Minimum
Bid for
Round 2
New
Bids

"C BLOCK"

Package 50 States
REAGs 1 - 8

281,116,000 1 $1,037,548,000 $1,244,993,000 1
Package Atlantic
REAGs 10 & 12
884,000

$1,020,000 0
Package Pacific
REAGs 9 & 11
62,000

$74,000 0

"D BLOCK"

WP-NWA511-D
Nationwide

128,210,000 1 $472,042,000 $542,848,000 1
WU-REA001-C
Northeast
52,530,000

$389,502,000 2
WU-REA002-C
Southeast
48,639,000

$184,799,000 1
WU-REA003-C
Great Lakes
57,568,000

$205,720,000 2
WU-REA004-C
Mississippi Valley
28,742,000

$76,719,000 2
WU-REA005-C
Central
39,958,000

$120,042,000 1
WU-REA006-C
West
51,966,000

$266,158,000 2
WU-REA007-C
Alaska
528,000

$558,000 2
WU-REA008-C
Hawaii
1,185,000

$1,495,000 0
WU-REA009-C
Guam, Northern Mariana Islands
49,000 1 $49,000 $59,000 3
WU-REA010-C
Puerto Rico, US Virgin Islands
862,000 1 $862,000 $991,000 1
WU-REA011-C
American Samoa
13,000 1 $13,000 $15,000 1

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