SPOTLIGHT: The valuation of spectrum should change


The Shosteck Group argues that the future value of spectrum will not simply be the dollar amount that operators are willing to pay for it, but rather it will be equally determined by the services that operators can offer and the prices end users are willing to pay for those services. Release

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