Auction of 929 and 931 MHz Paging Licenses Report No. AUC-26-E (Auction No. 26)
This Public Notice identifies 81 applicants that have been found qualified to bid in Auction No. 26, which is scheduled to begin Thursday, 2/24/2000. This Public Notice also contains bidding instructions and other important information regarding the auction.
Auction of 2,499 - 929 and 931 MHz Paging Licenses Report No. AUC-99-26-C (Auction No. 26)
This Public Notice announces the status of the 87 Form 175 applications received to participate in Auction No. 26. The upfront payment deadline is addressed as well as other important auction information.
This Public Notice announces the pre-auction seminar is scheduled for Friday, January 7, 2000 and will provide information about pre-auction procedure, service and auction rules, conduct of the auction, and the FCC remote bidding software.
Auction Of 929 and 931 MHz Paging Service Spectrum Auction Notice and Filing Requirements for 2,499 Paging Upper Band Licenses Scheduled for February 24, 2000 Minimum Opening Bids and Other Procedural Issues
This Public Notice announces the procedures and
minimum opening bids for the upcoming Paging 929 and 931 MHz
Upper Bands Auction ("Upper Bands Auction").
Attachment A (2 worksheets): xls Attachment B (2 worksheets): xls-1 - xls-2 Attachments C, D, E, F, G, H, & I: text - Word FCC remote Bidding Software Order Form: pdf FCC Auction Seminar Registration Form: pdf
PUBLIC NOTICE (DA 99-1103)
First Paging Service Spectrum Auction Scheduled for December 7, 1999; Comment Sought on Reserve Prices or Minimum Opening Bids and Other Auction Procedural Issues
This Public Notice announces the first auction of Paging services licenses, scheduled to commence on December 7, 1999.
WTB Makes 929 MHz and 931 MHz Paging Databases Available For Review Prior To Auction.
This Public Notice instructs licensees of 929 MHz and 931 MHz paging systems on how to access and review the Bureau's paging databases and how to submit corrections if necessary. This review is necessary in order to protect incumbent stations in light of the upcoming paging service auction. The FCC has asked the licensees to review the 929 MHz and 931 MHz Paging database for accuracy. The Paging Database is located at Universal Licensing System.