Interference concerns delay US spectrum hearing
The Federal Communications Commission (FCC) has postponed a vote on a plan to auction a new piece of wireless spectrum to give the regulator more time to consider concerns raised by some US mobile operators, reports Reuters.
Mexico hints at further mobile regulations
Mexico’s anti-trust body, the Federal Competition Commission (FCC), is considering imposing new pricing regulations on the country’s mobile operators.
Report: FCC’s D-Block re-auction may wait until 2009
RCR Wireless News reports it appears increasingly doubtful that US regulator the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) will re-auction its D-Block spectrum this year.
FCC mulls another spectrum auction for public safety
FCC Chairman Kevin Martin has proposed that spectrum for public-safety usage be put up again for auction under rules that would be more lenient than those that stifled a bid earlier this year for the D block airwaves, reports Information Week.
FCC chairman to resign next week
Cellular News notes that FCC chairman Kevin Martin has announced that he will resign effective the day that Barack Obama becomes President of the US.
Light Reading reports that US regulator the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) is asking Google about complaints surrounding its Google Voice service, an invitation-only service that simplifies the management of multiple phone numbers in the same way that Gmail and other Webmail services make it easy to get email from multiple accounts all in one place.
AT&T hits out at Google in net neutrality debate
AT&T has upped the ante in the ongoing debate around net neutrality in the US arguing that any proposed new rules should include web-based voice providers such as Google, reports Reuters.
US broadband plan could cost US350B, says FCC
The US regulator has estimated that its proposed national broadband expansion plan could cost as much as US$350 billion to implement, reports Reuters.
FCC chairman outlines mobile broadband agenda
US Federal Communications Commission (FCC) chairman Julius Genachowski proposed a four-point ‘Mobile Broadband Agenda’ at the CTIA trade show in San Diego yesterday.