Mobile Future Chairman Jonathan Spalter attended the White House Summit,“Spectrum Auctions: Unlocking the Innovative Potential of Wireless Broadband,” where leaders in the technology sector, policymakers and top economists discussed how freeing up spectrum will benefit the economy, consumers and expand wireless coverage across the U.S.
In a statement released after the event, Spalter said:
“Today’s White House spectrum summit underscores the broad recognition that growing consumer demand for wireless technologies and mobile innovations are fundamentally transforming our nation’s economic future. Efficiently and responsibly making more spectrum available through incentive auctions is critical to help meet President Obama’s ambitious goal of expanding access to wireless broadband to 98 percent of Americans.”
To read the full statement, click here.