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Public Notices

9/18/1998
PUBLIC NOTICE (DA 98-1897)
WTB Provides Guidance on Grace Period and Installment Payment Rules
This Public Notice provides guidance to licensees participating in installment payment programs regarding the revised Part 1 rules governing grace periods and installment payments.
10/26/1995
PUBLIC NOTICE (DA 95-2244)
Wireless Telecommunications Bureau Clarifies Spectrum Auction Anti-Collusion Rules
This Public Notice provides guidance regarding the Commission's anti-collusion rules, is meant to serve as a guideline for all auctions.
2/3/1995
PUBLIC NOTICE (REPORT CN-95-7)
Personal Communications Service Information Narrowband - Regional
This Public Notice grants five applications, on the condition that the remaining balance is paid in accordance with Section 1.2109 of the Commission's rules
1/20/1995
REPORT (CN-95-3 )
Personal Communications Service Information Narrowband - Regional
The WTB granted ten applications today, on the condition that the remaining balance is paid by the due date.
11/29/1994
PUBLIC NOTICE (PNWL 94-31)
FCC Announces the Receipt Of Down Payments From the High Bidders In the Auction Of 30 Regional Narrowband PCS Licenses
This Public Notice announces receipt of downpayments totaling $57,192,316 from the winning bidders in the auction of 30 Regional Narrowband Personal Communications Service (PCS) licenses
11/9/1994
PUBLIC NOTICE (PNWL 94-27)
Announcing the High Biders In the Auction Of 30 Regional Narrowband PCS Licenses Winning Bids Total $490,901,787
This Public Notice announces the winning bids and licenses won in the Auction of 30 Regional Narrowband PCS licenses.
11/9/1994
PUBLIC NOTICE
The WTB announces the close of Auction No. 3 and a list of the winning bidders and close auction procedures
11/4/1994
PUBLIC NOTICE (FCC 94-283)
Commission Announces That Mutually Exclusive "Short-Form" Applications (Form 175) To Participate In Competitive Bidding Process (Auctions) Are Treated As Exempt For Ex Parte Purpose.
In the Second Report and Order in PP Docket No. 93-253, 9 FCC Rcd 2348 (1994), recon. Second Memorandum Opinion and Order, FCC 94-215 (released August 15, 1994), the Commission adopted general rules to implement the authority conferred in the Omnibus Budget Reconciliation Act of 1993 to employ competitive bidding ("auction") procedures to choose among mutually exclusive applications for initial licenses.
10/21/1994
PUBLIC NOTICE (DA 94-1183)
Important Information Regarding the Auction Of Narrowband PCS Licenses; Canadian Interim Sharing Agreement
On September 22, 1994, representatives of the FCC and Industry Canada concluded a sharing arrangement for narrowband PCS.
10/12/1994
PUBLIC NOTICE
28 applicants qualified to bid in the regional narrowband Personal Communications Service (PCS) licenses
10/1/1994
PUBLIC NOTICE (PNWL 94-18)
FCC Announces Electronic Remote Access Bidding Will Be Available For Regional Narrowband Auction and a Series Of Auction Simulations Open To Interested Parties
This Public Notice details the various bidding options that will be available to bidders in the FCC's October 26, 1994 auction of regional narrowband PCS licenses, and announces a series of auction simulations beginning October 10, 1994 that the FCC will conduct to further test the remote access bidding option.
9/28/1994
PUBLIC NOTICE (PNWL 94-19)
Announcing the Status Of Applications Received For the 30 Regional Narrowband Personal Communications Service (PCS) Licenses To Be Auctioned Beginning October 26, 1994 At the Postal Square Building, 2 Massachusetts Avenue, N.E., Washington, D.C.
The FCC (FCC) has received 53 applications to participate in the Regional Narrowband Personal Communication Service (PCS) license auction beginning October 26, 1994, at the Postal Square Building, Washington, D.C..
9/28/1994
PUBLIC NOTICE
This Public Notice announces the status of applications received for the 30 Regional Narrowband Personal Communication Service (PCS) licenses.
9/27/1994
PUBLIC NOTICE (PNWL 94-17)
FCC Auction Line; Communications Software For Narrowband PCS
The Commission is considering offering Regional Narrowband PCS auction applicants remote access bidding. The auction is scheduled for October 26, 1994.
9/26/1994
PUBLIC NOTICE (PNWL 94-16)
FCC Announces Location Of the 30 Regional Narrowband PCS Licenses To Be Auctioned On October 26, 1994
This Public Notice announces the simultaneous multiple round auction for 30 regional Personal Communications Service (PCS) licenses in the 900 MHz band ("narrowband PCS").
8/29/1994
PUBLIC NOTICE (REPORT No. Auc - 94-03)
Auction Notice For 30 Paired Regional Licenses For Personal Communications Services In the 900 MHz Band; First Amendment To Public Notice Dated August 17, 1994
The FCC amends its decision that a bidder be required to be active on licenses encompassing 100% of the MHz-Pops to 90% in the third stage. In addition, Commission has decided to allow bidders to submit proactive waivers during the submission period
8/17/1994
PUBLIC NOTICE (REPORT No. Auc - 94-03)
Auction Notice and Filing Requirements For 30 Paired Regional Licenses For Personal Communications Services In the 900 MHz Band
The FCC ("FCC") plans to hold a simultaneous multiple round auction for 30 regional Personal Communications Service (PCS) licenses in the 900MHz band ("narrowband PCS"). The auction will begin at 10:00 A.M. on Wednesday, October 26, 1994.
7/1/1994
PUBLIC NOTICE (PNWL 94-13)
Narrowband PCS Fact Sheet
Information on the potential of narrowband PCS and the bidding process.
6/17/1994
PUBLIC NOTICE (PNWL 91-1)
Answers To Questions From the June 6, 1994 FCC Bidders Seminar For the Auction Of Narrowband Personal Communications Services (PCS) Licenses and Interactive Video and Data Service License
Questions have been grouped according to the following topics: 1. Completion and Making Changes to FCC Application Forms 2. Designated Entities 3. Auctions 4. PCS Licenses and PCS Auction Rules 5. IVDS Licenses
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