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Verizon’s Deal To Buy Spectrum From Cable Companies Could Mean Fewer Cable Options For Consumers

It seems like it's been oh, about eight months since Verizon Wireless announced its proposal to buy billions of dollars worth of wireless spectrum from cable companies who aren't using it anyway. At first glance, it seems like a not-horrible idea, as Verizon Wireless doesn't compete directly with the likes of Comcast and Time Warner [...]
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Verizon Gobbles Up More Wireless Spectrum From Cable Companies

Lifestyle / Shopping : The Consumerist (3 years ago)

Earlier this month, Verizon Wireless made a deal with Comcast, Time Warner Cable and Bright House Networks to buy billions of dollars of those companies' collectively held wireless spectrum. Now it looks like yet another cable provi... Read Post

Verizon Wireless Buying SpectrumCo Licenses For $3.6B

Technology : The Tech Trade (3 years ago)

Verizon Wireless has agreed to buy a block of spectrum from SpectrumCo, a cable industry joint venture, for $3.6 billion. The deal gives the company something that has been in seriously short supply in the mobile business: new spect... Read Post

DOJ Tweaks Verizon Deal To Buy Spectrum From Cable Companies So Consumers Still Have A Few Choices

Lifestyle / Shopping : The Consumerist (2 years ago)

As we wrote earlier this month, Verizon Wireless' proposed purchase of billions of dollars worth of wireless spectrum from Comcast, Time Warner Cable and other cable companies that aren't using it anyway, could result in fewer cable... Read Post


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