CCIA Files FCC Comments On DISH National Broadband Network

Today CCIA filed Reply Comments with the FCC Thursday advocating that DISH Network be permitted to move forward with its planned launch of a nationwide wireless broadband network. DISH’s planned terrestrial network will create meaningful, new competition in the ultra-concentrated wireless market and put 40 MHz of underutilized spectrum to use for wireless broadband services – helping…

CCIA Files FCC Comments Supporting Lightsquared’s Proposed Wholesale National Wireless Network

On Monday 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…

CCIA Files FCC Comments Supporting Lightsquared's Proposed Wholesale National Wireless Network

On Monday 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…

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

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…

Congested Wireless Network

The more we dig into AT&T’s proposed acquisition of T-Mobile, the worse the deal looks for all parties.  As we’ve written before (here, here, here,  and here) if the merger is consummated consumers stand to lose out.  Prices for mobile voice and broadband Internet will rise once T-Mobile, the low-priced, “mavericky” alternative to AT&T and Verizon is absorbed into the Death Star.…