Verizon CTO Tony Melone says the FCC's review of its deal to buy unused spectrum from cable companies is taking too long. And he's urging the agency to revamp its license transfer process.
Analysts say the Verizon spectrum swap with T-Mobile is all about the regulators and nudging the FCC to approve its $3.6 billion wireless spectrum buy.
The company says, according to documents filed with the Federal Communications Commission, that Verizon would receive an "excessive concentration" of wireless spectrum in the deal.
The FCC follows the lead of the Justice Department and approves Verizon's $3.9 billion bid to buy wireless spectrum from cable operators. But the agency also includes a few conditions.
In a surprising announcement, Verizon will buy spectrum from Comcast, Time Warner Cable, and Bright House Networks--collectively known as SpectrumCo.
The Big Four's largest and smallest carriers strike a deal for AWS spectrum as the battle for 4G supremacy heats up.
The FCC approved Verizon's $3.9 billion bid to buy wireless spectrum from a group of cable companies. But what does the final deal hashed out with regulators mean for consumers?
Verizon Wireless' plan to buy 20MHz of wireless spectrum for $3.6 billion from cable operators will shake up the industry. CNET takes a look at how the various players will be affected.
Already boasting some of the industry's best iPhone customer service despite not being an official Apple partner, T-Mobile is also getting an LTE network bump courtesy of Verizon.
The Wall Street Journal reports that the Justice Department is concerned about co-marketing arrangements in Verizon's $3.9B bid to buy wireless spectrum from cable operators.