3 Companies That Were Noticeably Quiet at the FCC's 5G Spectrum Auction

Adam Levy, The Motley Fool
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3 Companies That Were Noticeably Quiet at the FCC's 5G Spectrum Auction

The three big wireless carriers completely dominated the FCC's $81 billion C-band spectrum auction last month. The three companies combined acquired a single spectrum license: DISH bought a license in Cheyenne, Wyoming, where it's conducting 5G trials. Analysts had expected the three companies to spend up to $20 billion in the auction before the FCC released the final results.