1. Verizon spent $1.9 billion to catch up on 5G spectrum  The Verge
  2. Verizon Racks Up $1.9 Billion in Wins in Latest 5G Bandwidth Auction  Motley Fool
  3. Verizon and Dish score big in midband 5G wireless auction  CNET
  4. Verizon, Dish & cable top list of CBRS auction winners  FierceWireless
  5. Big CBRS Auction Winners: Verizon, Windstream, Dish, Cable Companies  Telecompetitor
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Verizon spent $1.9 billion and Dish spent $912 million on access to midband spectrum that can be used to build out their 5G networks, the FCC announced.Verizon needs this spectrum to compete with AT&T and T-Mobile.

Verizon spent $1.9 billion to catch up on 5G spectrum - The Verge

It spent nearly $1 billion more than the runner-up in the bidding.It spent nearly $1 billion more than the runner-up in the bidding.

Verizon Racks Up $1.9 Billion in Wins in Latest 5G Bandwidth Auction | The Motley Fool

Verizon was the highest bidder in the auction, while Dish walked away with the greatest number of licenses for spectrum seen as key for 5G.Verizon was the highest bidder in the auction, while Dish walked away with the greatest number of licenses for spectrum seen as key for 5G.

Verizon and Dish score big in midband 5G wireless auction - CNET

T-Mobile is the unrivaled early leader of the US 5G wireless industry, but Verizon is moving one step closer to eventually challenging that supremacy with a growing mid-band library.T-Mobile is the unrivaled early leader of the US 5G wireless industry, but Verizon is moving one step closer to eventually challenging that supremacy with a growing mid-band library.

Verizon tops key spectrum auction in pursuit of T-Mobile's early 5G crown - PhoneArena

Some CBRS auction winners bid under unfamiliar names. Read who's really behind the top winners by dollars spent and number of licenses.

Big CBRS Auction Winners: Verizon, Windstream, Dish, Cable Companies - Telecompetitor

The FCC today announced the results of its recent 3.5GHz CBRS spectrum auction, and T-Mobile finished with a few of the Priority Access Licenses (PALs). T-Mobile spent a total of $5.58 million on eight PALs in six counties. Also of note is that Shentel won a total of 262 PALs in 74 counties, spending $16.118 million for them. T-Mo is in the process of buying Shentel’s wireless assets, so those PALs could eventually become T-Mobile’s. ... [read full article]

FCC announces results of CBRS spectrum auction that T-Mobile participated in - TmoNews

As widely expected, Verizon showed up at the auction of 3.5 GHz Priority Access Licenses (PALs) in a big way, committing more than $1.89 billion in bids, but rival AT&T was a no-show.As widely expected, Verizon showed up at the auction of 3.5 GHz Priority Access Licenses (PALs) in a big way, committing more than $1.89 billion in bids, but rival AT&T was a no-show.

Verizon, Dish & cable top list of CBRS auction winners | FierceWireless