LNGS clients Viaero, Pine Cellular, and Union Telephone were authorized by the FCC to receive their first installment of Phase I Mobility Fund Support to construct new networks in Colorado and Nebraska; Oklahoma; and Wyoming, respectively. Viaero was authorized to receive over $7.1 million in support by the FCC; Pine Cellular was authorized to receive almost $1.7 million; and Union Telephone was authorized to receive over $7.6 million. In October 2012, the FCC auctioned off $300 million in one-time Mobility Fund (Phase I) support to carriers that agreed to provide 3G or LTE service to areas that do not currently have mobile voice and broadband coverage. LNGS clients Viaero, Pine Cellular, and Union Telephone collectively submitted winning bids for close to $50 million of the $300 million in available Mobility Fund Phase I support. [PUBLIC NOTICE and AWARDS]. On July 29, 2013, the FCC authorized the initial distribution of Phase I support to Viaero, Pine Cellular, and Union Telephone.
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