Google Makes a Bid for the Wireless Market Google has offered $4.6 billion for the new wireless broadband spectrum that the government is auctioning off. Chris Sacca, head of Special Initiatives at Google, says his company wants to offer consumers new options for wireless service.
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Google Makes a Bid for the Wireless Market

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Google Makes a Bid for the Wireless Market

Google Makes a Bid for the Wireless Market

Google Makes a Bid for the Wireless Market

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Google has offered $4.6 billion for the new wireless broadband spectrum that the government is auctioning off.

Chris Sacca, head of Special Initiatives at Google, says his company wants to offer consumers new options for wireless service. The FCC will rule on the bid as early as next Tuesday.

Sacca talks with Robert Siegel.