CCIA Asks FCC To Work With Lightsquared, GPS To Bring Wholesale Wireless Network

BY CCIA Staff
August 15, 2011

CCIA filed Reply Comments  with the FCC in support of LightSquared’s proposal to begin deployment of its nationwide wholesale 4G LTE network.  LightSquared’s wholesale wireless network, once deployed, would expand high-speed broadband access to millions of unserved Americans, make an additional 40 MHz of wireless spectrum available for mobile broadband, spur economic growth and job creation, and increase competition in the wireless marketplace.

See our blog post this week for more.

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