The New Wireless Wars

The wireless industry, which was down to just three major players, is on the verge of expanding. The FCC kicks off its wireless spectrum auction in June — now named Auction 66, and worth an estimated $8 billion to $15 billion — and more than the usual suspects are expected to line up for a chunk of the airwaves. New wireless players could be up and running and competing with entrenched carriers like Cingular, Verizon Wireless, Sprint Nextel, and T-Mobile, all within the next four to five years. The spectrum up for auction is open to virtually any wireless technology applications.
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