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AT&T is buying up spectrum from Aloha Partners

07
Jan
2014

ATT is beefing up its spectrum holdings, buying out spectrum from a holding company called Aloha Partners 2. The deal encompasses 49 advanced-wireless services spectrum licenses, covering 50 million people in 14 states. The exact terms of the deal are still unclear, including how much ATT is paying for the spectrum, but the larger purpose is adding spectrum to whats already the second largest wireless network in the nation. Selling to a larger firm like ATT is a natural choice, allowing the company to pair the spectrum with existing coverage in those markets.

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