The FCC yesterday officially voted to re-auction the nationwide 700 MHz D-block spectrum at an opening bid of $750 million.
If at first you don’t succeed in selling, cut the price and announce a sale.
The CTIA and Verizon Wireless yesterday both reiterated their support for the Cell Tax Fairness Act of 2008
The FCC later this month may try again to sell its 700 MHz licenses for a national public safety network.
The FCC today may allow the nation’s largest telecommunications companies to report less data about consumer complaints
The FCC’s 700 MHz auction was a big success, no matter how you cut it. It raised a total of $18 billion for 1,090 licenses.
The FCC will test for interference between the Advanced Wireless Service spectrum bands 1 and 3 next week
The Federal Communications Commission (FCC) formally published its decision ruling that Comcast was not using reasonable network management techniques
The FCC has provided its rubber stamp OK for the HTC Dream mobile phone, moving Google Android fans one step closer to an actual handset.
GoAmerica, provider of relay and wireless communications and professional interpreter services for deaf, hard-of-hearing and speech-disabled persons.
The FCC, said Friday that Comcast, by interrupting and slowing access to the BitTorrent file-sharing system, unduly interfered with and should be punished for secretly impacting which Internet applications work through its cable modems.
FCC Chairman Kevin Martin is on record as saying that neither the 700 MHz D Block nor the AWS 2 (2155-2180 MHz) spectrum auctions will happen this year.
New resolutions passed yesterday by the National Association of Regulatory Utility Commissioners (NARUC) codify the group’s opinions about the state of American telecommunications.
CostQuest Associates released the results of a 50-state survey it conducted in order to better understand the landscape of state policies
A number of telecom companies met with the FCC this week to ask it to reconsider a spectrum auction in which the winning bidders would have to offer free Internet.
It seems some Europeans mobile subscribers are getting more than they bargained for when they sign up for ringtones.
The China Ministry of Industry and Information (MII), announced a long-awaited restructuring of the fixed and mobile communication carriers in China.
EU Telecom Commissioner Viviane Reding, announced plans to introduce regulations for capping text message roaming fees in October.
The tax rate on wireless services is more than twice that of most other goods which are taxed around 7%.
FCC Chairman Kevin Martin has said he will not fine Comcast, even though the cable company violated federal policy by interfering with file-sharing customers’ networks.
The FCC plans to begin field testing prototype white space devices next week.
The FCC must bring its rules for backup power at cell sites back to the drawing board, a federal appeals court said yesterday.
The FCC released a further notice of proposed rulemaking late Friday, to provide free, nationwide, high-speed wireless Internet services using spectrum in the 2.1 GHz AWS band.
Congress has reached an agreement about proposed changes to the government’s surveillance bill.