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AT&T tries to help satellite companies dodge legal impediments to private sale
Nov 11, 2019
by Toby Youell

The prospect of repurposing the 3.7—4.2 GHz band has caused great excitement among spectrum policy experts in the US. But despite the country's relatively active secondary spectrum market, satellite operators are finding it difficult to sell their spectrum to mobile operators. Read more...

AT&T and Telefónica win 2.6 GHz spectrum in Mexican two-player auction
Aug 08, 2018
by Manuel R. Marti

Mexico’s telecommunications regulator, IFT, has announced that in the recent 2.6 GHz auction the only two participants –AT&T and Telefónica– have paid 2.1 billion pesos ($113.4 million) for a total of 120 MHz.  Read more...

AT&T jettisons 600 MHz band spectrum
Jan 25, 2018
by Toby Youell

US telco AT&T has agreed to sell all of its remaining 600 MHz band holdings, leaving T-Mobile as the only operator to roll out mobile broadband in the frequencies. Read more...

AT&T proposes giving incumbents vouchers in planned US mmWave auction
Dec 22, 2017
by Toby Youell

US regulator the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) plans to auction flexible wireless use licences in several mmWave bands that are already partially assigned in a jumble of licences. AT&T has proposed a way of smoothing out the complexities of such an auction. Read more...

US incentive auction produces big winners and big questions
Apr 19, 2017
by Dugie Standeford

As the US regulator unveils the results of the 600 MHz auction, it remains to be seen what one of the big winners, Dish, will do with its large spectrum holding, and how well TV channels will fare in the repacking process. Read more...

AT&T buys all Straight Path’s shares at 162% premium
Apr 11, 2017
by Kane Mumford

The US telco has agreed to acquire the New York-listed mmWave spectrum bank in an all-share deal for $1.25 billion, a 162.1 per cent premium to the company’s total market value prior to the deal. Read more...

AT&T’s “real-world” 5G trial based on dedicated backhaul
Jan 24, 2017
by Kane Mumford

The US operator's recent trial was with an unspecified business customer on a simulated network. Read more...

AT&T takeover of T-Mobile driven by need for spectrum
Mar 29, 2011
by Michael Newlands

If, and it’s a big if, AT&T’s proposed $39 billion takeover of T-Mobile USA goes ahead, it will not only leapfrog Verizon to become the country’s leading mobile network operator but also hold by far the largest balanced portfolio of spectrum of any operator. Read more...

700MHz auction fails to produce ‘third-pipe’ broadband operator
Mar 25, 2008
by Website author

With the results of America’s 'hundred-year auction' now known it's good news for the Treasury and the two dominant telcos, but for consumers it's more of the same with no guarantee of increased competition in the broadband market. Read more...

AT&T’s $2.5bn spectrum buy to impact on 700MHz auction
Oct 12, 2007
by Website author

The consensus amongst US analysts is that this week's US$2.5bn buyout of Aloha Partners' 12MHz block of 700MHz spectrum by AT&T has major ramifications for January’s auction of a much larger chunk of the same band. Read more...