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    Auction 103 results are in

    Seems like Verizon cleaned up just based on quick look. Seems in the top 50 markets they bought at least 1000 MHz of 37/39 GHz except in Nashville and Milwaukee where the got 900 MHz each and in Charlotte, NC where they got 800 MHz.

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    Jack, do you have a link to the results you can post to this thread ?? I found a link to an FCC document of thousands of pages. That link was difficult to navigate. I wasn't certain I had the correct information.
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    Quote Originally Posted by veriztd View Post
    Jack, do you have a link to the results you can post to this thread ?? I found a link to an FCC document of thousands of pages. That link was difficult to navigate. I wasn't certain I had the correct information.
    assignment rounds results https://auctiondata.fcc.gov/public/p...gnment_results

    if you're looking for Verizon turn on the search feature on the page and search for Straight Path then click Market Number so it orders it correctly. The FCC doesn't make these things easy to read

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    Jack, thank you. I have been with Sprint for over 4 years now, never updated my username but my profile is up to date.

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    Quote Originally Posted by veriztd View Post
    Jack, thank you. I have been with Sprint for over 4 years now, never updated my username but my profile is up to date.
    Well Sprint didn't buy anything T-Mobile got some and they are listed as T-Mobile( go figure ). Unlike Verizon and at&t who had to get cute. At&t is Fiber Tower.

    Also MN is 37/39 GHz and P is 47 GHz

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    Thanks I didn't realize Sprint was ATI Sub. Though they only bought 47 GHz band and mainly in the top 36 markets

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    So what does this mean to the average consumer?

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    Quote Originally Posted by DebiLee View Post
    So what does this mean to the average consumer?
    Today? Nothing. There are no phones or devices for these bands.

    In the future it could be good for fixed wireless ISP service, IoT, M2M. mm-wave isn't much good for mobile phones.

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    Auction 103 results are in

    Quote Originally Posted by bobdevnul View Post
    Today? Nothing. There are no phones or devices for these bands.

    In the future it could be good for fixed wireless ISP service, IoT, M2M. mm-wave isn't much good for mobile phones.
    mmW will be good for phones in the future . Especially if carriers can space sites every block in urban areas.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bobdevnul View Post
    Today? Nothing. There are no phones or devices for these bands.

    In the future it could be good for fixed wireless ISP service, IoT, M2M. mm-wave isn't much good for mobile phones.
    wrong. All 5G phones currently on Verizon use 39 GHz

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jack Hagar View Post
    wrong. All 5G phones currently on Verizon use 39 GHz
    I was certain they use 28 GHz.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jack Hagar View Post
    wrong. All 5G phones currently on Verizon use 39 GHz
    What phones are capable of 39 GHz?

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