Peter Cramton, a lead architect of the Canadian 700 MHz auction, discusses how low-band spectrum aggregation limits in the United States will promote wireless competition"
Massachusetts Department of Telecommunications and Cable joins the DoJ in encouraging the FCC to place pro-competitive aggregation limits on low-band spectrum.
Diverse group of wireless carriers, industry associations and public interest group, agree on four foundational principles of spectrum aggregation policy that will help consumers, spur competition, stimulate investment, and accelerate wireless innovation.
Competitive Carriers Association encourages the FCC to look at the success low-band spectrum aggregation limits had in encouraging participation and raising robust revenue in Canada’s 700MHz auction
Allan Holmes discusses AT&T and Verizon’s lack of transparency as they portray “pay-for-play” research as objective and non-partisan.
Economics professor Peter Cramton discusses why the future of a competitive and innovative wireless industry rests on incentive auction rules that bring the most possible bidders to the table
Washington State Attorney General Bob Ferguson encourages FCC Chairman Wheeler to adopt auction rules that "prevent excessive concentration of spectrum ownership."