The C block is open for business

Since the reserve was met, the lucky winner will be obliged to live with Google’s open access ruling.

Spectrum Auction: The C-Block Bidding Is Over at .7 Billion – Bits – Technology – New York Times Blog

We have a winner. But we don’t know who it is.

In the second round of bidding in the government’s spectrum auction today, there were no new bids for the C block of frequencies, the most attractive license that will allow someone to start or add to a national wireless voice and data network. The high bid from this morning stands at $4,713,823,000. Since the rules would require anyone else who wanted to buy those frequencies to bid in this round, it appears that there is no one else trying to compete.

Published in: on January 31, 2008 at 7:49 pm  Leave a Comment  

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