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.
NextLink was the biggest winner in the government’s recent CAF II auction. So what does NextLink plan to do with all that money?
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.
The analysts at Wells Fargo said they now give the proposed merger between Sprint and T-Mobile a 70% chance of happening.
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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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