Last updated: December 22, 2011 - 8:05pm
Holy spectrum shortage, people. Between the collapse of AT&T’s proposed $39 billion merger with T-Mobile and the death throes of a proposed wholesale 4G network created by a satellite company and now-broke hedge fund, the wireless industry has generated a lot of stories but no real change in the past year. We still have the same top four providers, and Clearwire is still struggling. The hoped-for entrance of LightSquared as a wholesale LTE-provider hasn’t materialized, and while Dish says it plans to enter the market, that news is balanced out by Cox’s deciding to leave it.
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- AT&T may eye Dish or Clearwire deals next
- The next broadband battle: AT&T/Dish and Verizon/Cable
- Wireless Consolidation: How Did We Get Here?
- T-Mobile USA posts record subscriber losses, raising difficult questions for regulators
- FCC Chairman Genachowski fires back at AT&T
- AT&T Left With Few Options After T-Mobile Bid
- Even without AT&T-Mo, we still have no competition
- Paulson Opposes T-Mobile Bid for MetroPCS
- AT&T’s $39 Billion T-Mobile Bid Shouldn't Be Approved, Consumer Watchdog Says
- AT&T/T-Mobile Is the Tipping Point for a Broadband Duopoly
- If the AT&T deal fails, what’s next for T-Mobile?
- Critics Get Their Say on Verizon/Cable Spectrum Sale
- Few Options for Lagging T-Mobile