Archive for the Tag ‘NBP’
On March 11th, RTG petitioned the FCC… Read More » to deny the proposed assignment of Qualcomm’s lower 700 MHz band licenses to AT&T or in the alternative to condition any such grant in a manner that will protect rural consumers and ensure
Statement of Carri Bennet, General Counsel to the Rural Telecommunications Group
Washington, D.C. – Since 2007, the Rural Telecommunications Group (RTG) has advocated for the FCC to establish a data roaming mandate. While the National Broadband Plan recognized the need… Read More »
NTIA unveiled the National Broadband Map… Read More » (as called for in the National Broadband Plan) yesterday – a searchable nationwide map of broadband Internet availability resulting from a nationwide survey on broadband adoption.
The website includes more than 25 million searchable
Public safety is a core function of local government. The vast majority of law enforcement, firefighters, emergency personnel and first responders are employed by state and local governments. Unfortunately, some in Congress support a government giveaway of spectrum that would… Read More »
We look forward to seeing you at the RICA/RTG Fall Forum in Las Vegas this November 17th and 18th!
Some Fall Forum Highlights Include
RTG met with the FCC’s Wireless Telecommunications Bureau and the Wireline Competition Bureau on the creation of a Mobility Fund as recommended in the National Broadband Plan (NBP). RTG emphasized the fact that this is a Mobility Fund, not a… Read More »
Washington, D.C. – The Rural Telecommunications Group, Inc. (RTG), a trade association representing small, rural wireless carriers, applauds President Obama for issuing a Presidential Memorandum to help unleash 500 megahertz of spectrum for wireless broadband use in support of the… Read More »
4G Coalition urges the FCC to promptly issue a FNPRM so that the FCC may auction and license the 700 MHz D Block
In a letter dated June 25, the 4G Coalition notes it has been thirteen years since Congress directed the FCC to auction 36 MHz of spectrum in the Upper 700 MHz band for commercial use, a directive which will not… Read More »