- On 1/7 WLAJ (Lansing, MI) submitted an application to relocate from channel 51 to 25.
- On 1/13 Rancho Palos Verdes Broadcasters, the licensee of KXLA, has entered into a Concurrent Operations Agreement with T-Mobile USA. Pursuant to the Agreement RPVB gives its concurrence for the operations of T-Mobile's 700 MHz A block license within the protected service contour of KXLA.
In order to start deployment closer than 67 miles to WIWU-CD
(Marion, IN) T-Mobile submitted an application
to establish a 5-miles buffer zone around WIWU-CD service contour (see the map below). The proposed exclusion zone radius is approximately 26.5 miles.
T-Mobile has completed acquisition of 700 MHz B and C blocks in a dozen of counties in North Dakota. You can now see the depth of 700 MHz holdings on the map, notice the different opacity in North Dakota. In addition, the spectrum holdings lookup is now able to display 700 MHz A, B, and C blocks
(Austin, TX) has completed the relocation to channel 31 and filed an application
to replace channel 51 license with channel 31. Update: application approved on 3/24.
T-Mobile notified the FCC
that the deal to acquire two licenses covering Seattle and Portland areas from Vulcan has been consummated.
On 3/25 T-Mobile filed an application
to acquire two South Dakota licenses from Dryad Communications.