The FCC says that the technology for a cellphone or other wired telephone is already in place.
It’s just that it’s not widely used.
The wireless telephone has been around for about 100 years, and the FCC says the wireless Internet has been in use since about 2007.
But in 2018, the FCC announced that it would be opening up a national spectrum auction to buy up to 5 gigabits of spectrum.
The auction was supposed to be done by 2020, but was delayed due to the 2018 hurricanes.
The FCC said it is moving forward with the auction because it believes it can get more bang for its buck.
The agency is looking for a frequency that would be suitable for the wireless network that will be able to provide phone service to a much larger number of people, said FCC Commissioner Jessica Rosenworcel.
The auction was initially scheduled to take place in November but has been pushed back.
The deadline for applications for the auction was set at mid-January.
“It will be the first time in history that we have had the ability to have a nationwide auction for spectrum, with the ability for spectrum to be used across the country in a timely manner,” said FCC Chairman Ajit Pai, who was appointed by President Donald Trump.
“I think that’s what we’ll see in the first half of 2021, and we expect to see it for a long time.”