Third Round of 700 Mhz Auction Top Results

Just in: Fourth Round Results!

Below are the top results of the third round of the 700 Mhz Auction.

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Package/
License
Bidding
Units
Bid
Round
PWB
Amount

Minimum Bid
for Round 4

New
Bids

"C BLOCK"

Package 50 States
REAGs 1 - 8

281,116,000 3 $1,493,951,000 $1,792,741,000 1
Package Atlantic
REAGs 10 & 12
884,000     $1,005,000 0
Package Pacific
REAGs 9 & 11
62,000     $99,000 0

"D BLOCK"

WP-NWA511-D
Nationwide

128,210,000 1 $472,042,000 $525,147,000 0
WU-REA001-C
Northeast
52,530,000     $415,188,000 0
WU-REA002-C
Southeast
48,639,000     $306,117,000 1
WU-REA003-C
Great Lakes
57,568,000     $343,587,000 1
WU-REA004-C
Mississippi Valley
28,742,000     $134,115,000 2
WU-REA005-C
Central
39,958,000     $163,589,000 0
WU-REA006-C
West
51,966,000     $426,010,000 3
WU-REA007-C
Alaska
528,000     $1,336,000 2
WU-REA008-C
Hawaii
1,185,000     $2,799,000 1
WU-REA009-C
Guam, Northern Mariana Islands
49,000 3 $71,000 $85,000 2
WU-REA010-C
Puerto Rico, US Virgin Islands
862,000 1 $862,000 $959,000 0
WU-REA011-C
American Samoa
13,000 1 $13,000 $14,000 0
WU-REA012-C
Gulf of Mexico
22,000 3 $38,000 $46,000 4

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