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FCC Approves Transfer Of AT&T Spectrum To Its Former Flame T-Mobile

In the telecommunications world, the transfer of spectrum is sort of like alimony for a relationship that didn't quite work out. The Federal Communications Commission has approved just such a gift from AT&T to T-Mobile, which was a condition of their failed merger. No word on who got the house in Aspen. T-Mobile will be sitting pretty with its new acquisition, which will give it Advanced Wireless Systems spectrum in 128 cellular markets, including the 12 of the top 20, says PCMag.
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