Bloosurf Named a Winning Bid in Federal Communications Commission’s (FCC) 3.5 GHz Band Auction

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Company to continue its mission to expand and provide wireless broadband internet service to underserved residents and businesses in rural areas

Bloosurf, a leading provider of home and business internet services in the Mid-Atlantic region, is proud to be named a Citizens Broadband Radio Service (CBRS) Priority Access Licenses (PAL) auction winner. Dubbed Auction 105, the PAL auction included 70 megahertz in the 3550-3650 MHz band and offered the greatest number of spectrum licenses ever in a single FCC auction.

“Bidding activity was fierce, especially in localities outside of major metro areas, which shows that smaller bidding licensing actually brings more money to the U.S. Treasury,” said Vincent Sabathier, CEO of Bloosurf. “More diverse bidders will help American broadband consumers get the services they demand and need.”

During the COVID-19 pandemic, the digital divide has created an increasing urgency to connect and support remote work and online education. With this auction win, Bloosurf can continue its mission to expand and provide wireless broadband internet service to unserved and underserved residents and businesses in rural areas.

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About Bloosurf
Bloosurf designs, deploys, and operates hybrid networks (optic fiber and wireless) for itself or others and provides IP services to residential and business customers in the Mid-Atlantic region. Bloosurf partners with local, State and the federal government to provide Very High Speed Internet Access to remote and underserved communities. Bloosurf is headquartered in Salisbury, Maryland and celebrated ten years in business in February 2020.

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