FCC outlines bidding process for $300 million mobile broadband expansion project | The Verge

FCC outlines bidding process for 0 million mobile broadband expansion project | The Verge

The US Federal Communications Commission’s Mobility Fund, which has set aside $300 million to expand wireless broadband coverage in mostly rural “dead zones,” just released the rules and procedures for its auction this fall. Starting June 27th, mobile service providers nationwide can put in applications to bid for FCC support to install a 3G or 4G network in one of the places indicated in black on this map. On September 27th, the actual auction will begin, and contracts will be awarded to the lowest bidder in each area.

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