Verizon has been selling off some of its 700MHz spectrum licenses in the lower A block. And U.S. Cellular has agreed to buy some more.
Verizon Wireless says that it plans to sell spectrum in the A and B blocks of the 700MHz frequency band, but how valuable is that spectrum to other carriers rolling out 4G LTE anyway?
It could be months or years before it's clear whether the FCC has met its policy objectives in the biggest wireless network to date.
Google, Cox, Frontline Wireless, and AT&T all plan to participate in the auction, but we won't know if that's the definitive list for some time.
Business Week has cited anonymous sources that say Apple is considering bidding on licenses in the upcoming 700MHz auction, but will the company actually go ahead with it?
The search giant may submit a $4.6 billion bid for a prime chunk of wireless spectrum, its CEO says.
Verizon Wireless says it will now go along with proposed FCC rules for the 700MHz auction, but is this concession really such a big deal after all?
The FCC may finally get the rules for the upcoming 700MHz spectrum set next week.
The carrier is planning new strategic deals with rural operators to compete against AT&T and Verizon anywhere in the US, including the nation's most remote regions.
The mobile company agrees to modify its LTE network to support rural and regional carriers' bands; this means users will now have more options.