Last updated: February 21, 2008 - 8:40am
GOOGLE 'PROBABLY' TO BID FOR 700 MHZ SPECTRUM
[SOURCE: C-Net|News.com, AUTHOR: Declan McCullagh]
Google is "probably" going to submit a $4.6 billion bid for a prime chunk of wireless spectrum, its chief executive said Tuesday evening. Eric Schmidt told a dinner audience at the Progress and Freedom Foundation's Aspen Summit that "it's highly likely that when we get to that point we will see the regulatory framework that is conducive to the bid (we wanted) to make."
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