With the cable operator having just spent $465 million to buy 210 CBRS priority licenses, CEO Tom Rutledge says the tech could defray expensive wholesale usage of Verizon’s network
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The FCC has announced the winning bidders in the 3.5 GHz (CBRS) band auction and the biggest winner was Verizon.
On Tuesday (Aug. 25), the auction moved to five, 45-minute, rounds per day, up from four, one-hour rounds.
After 48 rounds of bidding, the FCC's CBRS license auction has drawn $4,246,482,850 in gross proceeds.
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