Should be a use it or lose it policy
There should not be a "spectrum crisis" when companies are hoarding spectrum. Use it or lose it.
El QuintronResident Mouth BreatherPremium
Agreed, squatting on the spectrum only serves to inflate it's value... artificially.
I don't need no education to be a smiling fool.
Why does the FCC want to bribe or compel TV broadcasters to return spectrum when bozos like Charlie Ergen sit on idle spectrum for speculative purposes. Either provide a service or give it back.
What is the point of the DirecTV LTE broadband service with Verizon. How is it any different than getting it directly from Verizon? Is there going to be a discount involved? Will the broadband caps be higher or perhaps no limits when using DirecTV VOD?
IIRC, the CEO on a call last week said that the solution was geared mostly towards areas that don't have any wired internet access availability.
KrKHeavy Artillery For The Little GuyPremium
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Re: Should be a use it or lose it policy
Maybe people should actually read....
quote:That's not "sitting on the spectrum." That's buying a company that is in trouble and trying to save it. Big difference.
"However, he said that right now there are no plans to start a wireless venture, that Dish looks at spectrum holdings individually first and that Dish wants to turn around DBSD's satellite business. Dish is waiting to hear from a federal bankruptcy judge on whether the bankruptcy court will accept its plan for DBSD.
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