0:27: The C-Band Auction is wrapping up, Stocks for AT&T and Verizon are down; more than $80B has been spent.
2:11: A comparison between European telecom auctions and the US
3:30: What happens when you don’t buy spectrum that you actually need?
5:30: AT&T and Verizon need to get more spectrum to continue to compete with T-Mobile, especially since wireless is the core revenue-generator of their businesses.
7:44: Low interest rates are playing a factor in the amount that AT&T and Verizon can spend.
10:00: How the Spectrum Screen Ruling could affect mergers and acquisitions in the future and how it didn’t play into T-Mobile acquiring Sprint.
13:51: When the Auction ends, where will the $80B be coming from? Which carriers will come out as winners?
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