Thursday, 27 July 2017

Verizon accuses Legere of looking for handouts on spectrum

By Mary Lennighan, Total Telecom
Monday 15 June 15

U.S. telco urges FCC not to 'give additional handouts to global companies with the financial wherewithal to compete.'

Verizon has taken exception to T-Mobile US CEO John Legere's recent outburst relating to the upcoming 600-MHz spectrum auction in the U.S., essentially accusing its rival of looking for handouts from Washington. While Legere last week accused Verizon and arch-rival AT&T of "swarming" the FCC in a bid to get their hands on as much spectrum as possible in the auction…

Verizon has taken exception to T-Mobile US CEO John Legere's recent outburst relating to the upcoming 600-MHz spectrum auction in the U.S., essentially accusing its rival of looking for handouts from Washington. While Legere last week accused Verizon and arch-rival AT&T of "swarming" the FCC in a bid to get their hands on as much spectrum as possible in the auction…

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