Verizon offers voluntary concessions for airwaves purchase

08/16/2012 | Total Telecom Magazine (U.K.)

Negotiations between the Federal Communications Commission and Verizon Communications resulted in the carrier making several concessions to the FCC in its attempt to buy airwaves from Comcast and other cable providers for $3.9 billion. Verizon will offer data roaming to rivals at reasonable rates for five years, the company said in a filing Wednesday with the FCC.

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