FCC Approves AT&T’s Spectrum Plan

Federal regulators signed off Wednesday on a plan that would resolve longstanding interference issues between AT&T Inc. and Sirius XM Radio Inc. and allow the wireless giant to expand its high-speed LTE network.

The Federal Communications Commission unanimously approved a technical plan Wednesday that would allow AT&T to use some spectrum it acquired years ago but was unable to use because of concerns it would knock out Sirius’s satellite radio service. The plan would allow AT&T to use some of the so-called WCS spectrum licenses.

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