Indiana, Sprint 800 MHz Rebanding Dispute Moves to Hearing
Wednesday, October 18, 2017 | Comments

The FCC granted a petition for de novo review filed by the state of Indiana to commence a hearing proceeding before an FCC administrative law judge to resolve specific 800 MHz rebanding disputes between Indiana and Sprint.

The issues relate to the costs to be reconciled as part of the closing of the parties’ frequency reconfiguration agreement (FRA). This cost reconciliation is required by the FCC’s orders governing the nationwide 800 MHz rebanding initiative.

In May, the FCC issued a briefing order for the state of Indiana and Sprint after the 800 MHz Transition Administrator (TA) reported that the parties had reached an impasse in negotiating the costs in their FRA. In the order, the FCC directed the parties to address 14 disputed issues separating the entities in the cost reconciliation process.

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