Mystery bidder paves path for nationwide open network:

An unnamed bidder has exceeded the government's minimum asking price for the highly prized C-block chunk of spectrum being auctioned off. That company bid $4.71 billion and ensured that the airwaves would be used to build a nationwide open wireless network, which Google strongly supports. Winning bidders will be identified after the auction has ended.

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