The Broadband Access Coalition wants spectrum in the 3.7-4.2 GHz band available for point-to-multipoint (P2MP) fixed wireless, but others oppose it.

In the wireless industry’s “Race to 5G,” the FCC shouldn't sacrifice the nation’s position as the world leader in content, broadcasters said.

T-Mobile says it has a better idea for how the 3.7-4.2 GHz band should be made available for 5G services—one that would see taxpayers get compensated.

Another rural telecom company came out in support of China’s Huawei: Mark Twain Communications.

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The worst storm to make landfall in the country in almost 50 years was an important test for AT&T and FirstNet. The results of that trial were clear.

T-Mobile took the gloves off in its battle against Dish Network, urging the FCC to strip the company of its vast spectrum holdings.

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