The second biggest wireless carrier in America will be paying an amount of $450,000 to the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) in order to settle an inquiry made by the US government agency regarding charges that AT&T had set up fixed wireless stations without getting the proper authorization or filing the needed license modification notices.
Making good on its plans to conduct a dramatic overhaul of its current cellular network, major US wireless carrier Sprint has decided to relocate its towers from real estate rented from Crown Castle and American Tower, to government owned land where the lease is significantly less expensive, according to Re/code. This move could allow Sprint to save as much as a billion dollars. Re/code’s report indicates that the relocation could begin as early as June of this year.
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