Google to Verizon: Promise to Open 700Mhz

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Posted May 6, 2008 - By Brian Leahy

Google wants to make extra-double-sure that Verizon will definitely honor the open access clause of the 700Mhz auction, which requires that any device or application be given access to the spectrum.

Verizon initially fought this clause because it will remove a lot of the control they have over their services and network.

This fits nicely into Google's plans for their Android platform, which they probably want up and running on Verizon's upcoming 4G network that will utilize the 700Mhz spectrum.

CNet: Google to Verizon: Don't shirk open access responsibilities

Google to Verizon: Promise to Open 700Mhz


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