Verizon Wireless, the nation's No. 1 carrier, is prepared to sell some parts of its radio spectrum if it is allowed to buy wireless spectrum licenses from cable companies. But carriers constantly warn of a looming spectrum shortage that could affect the speed and reliability of smartphones and tablets. How can there be a shortage if Verizon has some it can sell?
22 Apr 2012
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Rogers Communications has announced that it will be buying both wireless spectrum licenses and Mountain Cable from Shaw Communications. The deal allows the company to acquire the spectrum holdings next year. Likewise, Shaw has purchased the last 1/3 stake in TVtropolis – which is owned by both companies – from Rogers. The deal closed for Read The Full StoryRead similar