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NORTHEAST U.S. -- New cingular wireless pcs, llc and d&e investments, inc. Seek fcc consent .

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    PUBLIC NOTICE
    FEDERAL COMMUNICATIONS COMMISSION
    445 TWELFTH STREET, S.W.
    WASHINGTON, D.C. 20554 DA 11-10
    News media information 202/418-0500 Fax-On-Demand 202/418-2830 Internet: Federal Communications Commission (FCC) Home Page ftp.fcc.gov
    Released: January 5, 2011
    NEW CINGULAR WIRELESS PCS, LLC AND D&E INVESTMENTS, INC. SEEK FCC
    CONSENT TO THE ASSIGNMENT OF LOWER 700 MHZ BAND LICENSES
    ULS File No. 0004448347
    PLEADING CYCLE ESTABLISHED
    Petitions To Deny Due: January 19, 2011
    Oppositions Due: January 31, 2011
    Replies Due: February 7, 2011
    I. INTRODUCTION
    New Cingular Wireless PCS, LLC (“New Cingular”) and D&E Investments, Inc. (“D&E”)
    (collectively, “the Applicants”) have filed an application pursuant to Section 310(d) of the
    Communications Act of 1934, as amended,
    1
    seeking to assign six lower 700 MHz band licenses from
    D&E to New Cingular. New Cingular is an indirect, wholly-owned subsidiary of AT&T Inc. (“AT&T”),
    and D&E is a wholly-owned subsidiary of Windstream Corporation. The Applicants state that the
    additional spectrum will enable AT&T to increase its system capacity to enhance existing services, better
    accommodate its overall growth, and facilitate the provision of additional products and services to the
    public in the Lancaster, PA, Reading, PA, Altoona, PA, Williamsport, PA, State College, PA, and
    Pennsylvania 12-Lebanon CMAs.
    Preliminary review of the application indicates that in three of the CMAs – Lancaster, PA,
    Reading, PA, and Williamsport, PA – AT&T would hold, post-transaction, 49 megahertz of spectrum
    below 1 GHz. In addition, in those same three CMAs, post-transaction, only AT&T and Verizon
    Wireless would hold paired spectrum below 1 GHz (excluding lower 700 MHz D block and SMR
    spectrum)http://www.fcc.gov/Daily_Releases/Daily_Business/2011/db0105/DA-11-10A1.pdf
     

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