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FCC Application or Notification for Sectrum Leasing Arrangement or Private Commons Arrangement: WTB and PSHSB

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Information and Instructions
FCC Application or Notification for
Spectrum Leasing Arrangement or Private Commons Arrangement:
Wireless Telecommunications Bureau
Public Safety and Homeland Security Bureau

NOTICE TO INDIVIDUALS REQUIRED BY THE PRIVACY ACT OF 1974 AND
THE PAPERWORK REDUCTION ACT OF 1995
We have estimated that each response to this collection of information will take on average 5 hours. Our estimate includes the time to
read the instructions, look through existing records, gather and maintain required data, and actually complete and review the form or
response. If you have any comments on this estimate, or on how we can improve the collection and reduce the burden it causes you,
please write the Federal Communications Commission, AMD-PERM, Washington, DC 20554, Paperwork Reduction Project (30601058). We will also accept your comments via the Internet if you send them to [email protected] Please do not send completed
application/notification forms to this address.
You are not required to respond to a collection of information sponsored by the Federal government, and the government may not
conduct or sponsor this collection unless it displays a currently valid OMB control number with this notice. This collection has been
assigned OMB control number 3060-1058.
The FCC is authorized under the Communications Act of 1934, as amended, to collect the personal information we request in this form.
We will use the information you provide to determine whether the application/notification is in the public interest. If we believe there
may be a violation or potential violation of a statute, FCC regulation, rule or order, your application/notification may be referred to the
Federal, state, or local agency responsible for investigating, prosecuting, enforcing, or implementing the statute, rule, regulation, or
order. In certain cases, the information in your application/notification may be disclosed to the Department of Justice or a court or
adjudicative body when (a) the FCC; or (b) any employee of the FCC; or (c) the United States Government, is a party to a proceeding
before the body or has an interest in the proceeding.
All parties and entities doing business with the Commission must obtain a unique identifying number called the FCC Registration
Number (FRN) and supply it when doing business with the Commission. Failure to provide the FRN may delay the processing of the
application/notification. This requirement is to facilitate compliance with the Debt Collection Improvement Act of 1996 (DCIA). The
FRN can be obtained electronically through the FCC website at http://www.fcc.gov or by manually submitting FCC Form 160. FCC
Form 160 is available from the FCC’s website at http://www.fcc.gov/formpage.html,
This notice is required by the Privacy Act of 1974, Public Law 93-579, December 31, 1974, 5 U.S.C. § 552a(e)(3), and the Paperwork
Reduction Act of 1995, Public Law 104-13, October 1, 1995, 44 U.S.C. § 3507.

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General Instructions For Spectrum Leasing
Arrangement or Private Commons
Arrangement

Schedule A (Schedule for Licensees that Received Bidding
Credits or Involving Licenses Won in Closed Bidding) This
Schedule establishes whether unjust enrichment provisions or
other restrictions apply.

Purpose of Form
FCC Form 608 is a multi-purpose form. It is used to provide
required notification or request approval for any spectrum leasing
arrangement (Lease) entered into between an existing licensee
(Licensee) in certain Wireless, Mobile Satellite Services, and/or
Public Safety Radio Services and a spectrum lessee (Lessee).
This form also is required to notify or request approval for any
spectrum subleasing arrangement (Sublease). The data collected
on the form is used by the FCC to determine whether the public
interest would be served by the Lease or Sublease. The form is
also used to provide notification for any Private Commons
Arrangement entered into between a Licensee, Lessee, or
Sublessee and a class of third-party users (as defined in Section
1.9080 of the Commission’s Rules). Applications/Notifications for
Subleases or Private Common Arrangements must be filed
manually and sent to the appropriate address. The mailing
address can be found under the Application Fees and Filing
Locations section found on page 8 of the instructions.

Schedule B (Schedule for New Lease or New Sublease) This
Schedule is used to provide required notification for new
Spectrum Manager Leases or Subleases and to request
approval for new De Facto Transfer Leases or Subleases. All
filings for Subleases must be filed manually and sent to the
appropriate address. The mailing address can be found under
the Application Fees and Filing Locations section found on
page 8 of the instructions.

The services that use this form are those services listed in Section
1.9005 of the Commission’s Rules. See 47 CFR §§ 1.9001 et seq.
For additional information, see Promoting Efficient Use of
Spectrum Through Elimination of Barriers to the Development of
Secondary Markets, Report and Order and Further Notice of
Proposed Rulemaking, 18 FCC Rcd 20604, 20643-44, paras. 8485, n.181 (2003) (Secondary Markets First Report and Order);
Promoting Efficient Use of Spectrum Through Elimination of
Barriers to the Development of Secondary Markets, Second
Report and Order, Order on Reconsideration, and Second Further
Notice of Proposed Rulemaking, 19 FCC Rcd 17503, 17529-36,
paras. 53-66 (2004) (Secondary Markets Second Report and
Order).

Introduction
This is a multi-part form consisting of a Main Form and several
schedules. Each application/notification, amendment, or other
request must contain only one Main Form but may contain as few
or as many of the additional schedules as necessary.
Main Form
The purpose of the Main Form is to obtain information sufficient to
identify the parties to the associated Lease, Sublease, or Private
Commons Arrangement, establish the parties’ eligibility and
qualifications for entering into the Lease, Sublease, or Private
Commons Arrangement, classify the filing, and determine the
nature of the proposed service. The Main Form also contains the
required certifications and signature blocks for the parties. The
Main Form is required for every filing.
Schedules
In addition to the Main Form, which is required with every filing,
completion of certain schedule(s) may also be required,
depending on the type of Lease or Sublease, or whether a Private
Commons Arrangement is involved. The purposes of these
schedules are as follows:

Schedule C (Schedule for Modification of a Geographically
Licensed Lease or Sublease To Add, Modify, or Delete
Technical Location Information for International Coordination,
Environmental Assessment, or Quiet Zone Location) This
Schedule is used to provide the technical location information
for locations that require international coordination, an
environmental assessment, or are located in a Quiet Zone.
File a separate schedule for each location. All filings for
Subleases must be filed manually and sent to the appropriate
address. The mailing address can be found under the
Application Fees and Filing Locations section found on page 8
of the instructions.
Schedule D (Schedule for Transfer of Control of a Lessee or
Sublessee) This Schedule is used to notify the Commission or
request Commission approval of the transfer of control of a
Lessee/Sublessee. In addition, this Schedule is used to provide
required notification of a transfer of control of the
Lessee/Sublessee pursuant to the Commission’s forbearance
procedures for telecommunications carriers. (See 47 CF R §
1.948.) All filings for Subleases must be filed manually and
sent to the appropriate address. The mailing address can be
found under the Application Fees and Filing Locations section
found on page 8 of the instructions.
Schedule E (Schedule for Supplemental Information Pertaining
to a New Lease, New Sublease, Revision To Extend the Term
of an Existing Lease or Sublease, or Revision To Cancel an
Existing Lease or Sublease) This Schedule is used to provide
supplemental date information in regards to the filing. All filings
for Subleases must be filed manually and sent to the appropriate
address. The mailing address can be found under the
Application Fees and Filing Locations section found on page 8
of the instructions.
Schedule F (Schedule for Defined Geographic Area To Be
Leased (Geographically Licensed Service)) This Schedule is
used in conjunction with Schedule B for a New Lease when
geographically licensed authorizations are involved and the
entire geographic area and/or spectrum is not being leased.
This Schedule must be used when the leased area involves
FCC-defined geographic boundaries (i.e., Major Trading Areas
(MTAs), Basic Trading Areas (BTAs), etc.) or county
boundaries.

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This Schedule can be used to describe the geographic area of
the Lease and any amount of the licensed spectrum (or both).
Schedule G (Schedule for Leases that Involve an Undefined
Geographic Area) This Schedule is used in conjunction with
Schedule B and Schedule F when geographically licensed
authorizations are involved and the geographic area associated
with the New Lease cannot be described using FCC-defined
geographic boundaries or counties. This Schedule must be used
to provide the geographic coordinates (latitude and longitude)
that depict the periphery of the leased area.
Schedule H (Schedule for Point-to-Point Microwave Links To Be
Leased in Geographically-Licensed Services) This Schedule is
used in conjunction with Schedule B for a New Lease when
geographically licensed point-to-point microwave authorizations
are involved and one or more links are being leased.
Schedule I (Schedule for Supplemental Information Pertaining to
a New Private Commons Arrangement, Modification of an
Existing Private Commons Arrangement, Revision to Extend the
Term of an Existing Private Commons Arrangement, or Revision
to Cancel an Existing Private Commons Arrangement) This
Schedule is used when filing a notification of a Private Commons
Arrangement. All filings for Private Commons Arrangements must
be filed manually and sent to the appropriate address. The
mailing address can be found under the Application Fees and
Filing Locations section found on page 8 of the instructions.

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Who Must File and When

Existing Licensees may enter into Leases with spectrum Lessees, consistent with the Commission’s Rules governing such
arrangements as set forth in Subpart X of Part 1 of the Commission’s Rules, 47 CFR §§ 1.9001 et seq. In general, two
types of spectrum leasing arrangements are permitted: (1) spectrum manager leasing arrangements (Spectrum Manager
Leases) and (2) de facto transfer leasing arrangements (De Facto Transfer Leases). In addition, provided that certain
conditions are met, Lessees are permitted to enter into spectrum subleasing arrangements (Subleases) with spectrum
sublessees (Sublessees). The Commission has also established a new type of secondary market arrangement that permits
the development of a “Private Commons” in licensed wireless and/or public safety radio spectrum.
Applications/Notifications for Subleases or Private Common Arrangements must be filed using the ECFS non-docketed filing
portal with the category of Inbox 1.913 Universal Licensing System Adjunct (Fee may be required)

If a Licensee proposes to enter into a Spectrum Manager Lease with a Lessee, the Licensee must file a notification (Notification) with
the Commission prior to commencement of operations under the Lease that provides specified information about and certifications by
bo th the Licensee and Lessee.
If a Licensee proposes to enter into a De Facto Transfer Lease with a Lessee, both parties are required to file jointly an application for
approval by the Commission providing specified information about and certifications by both the Licensee and Lessee.

If a Lessee proposes to enter into a Sublease with a Sublessee, a similar Notification is required for a Spectrum Manager
Sublease or an application is required for a De Facto Transfer Sublease. Applications/Notifications for Subleases must be
filed using the ECFS non-docketed filing portal with the category of Inbox 1.913 Universal Licensing System Adjunct (Fee may be
required)

If a Licensee, Lessee, or Sublessee proposes to enter into a Private Commons arrangement with a class of users, the
Licensee or Lessee or Sublessee (whichever entity is to serve as manager of the Private Commons arrangement) is required
to file a notification (Notification) with the Commission. This notification must include information that describes: the
general terms and conditions of the Private Commons arrangement, including a description of the conditions for spectrum
access placed on users; the technical and operating terms and conditions of use placed on users, including those relating
to the types of communications devices that may be used within the Private Commons; the types of communications uses
that are allowed by within the Private Commons; the location(s) or coverage area(s) of the Private Commons under the
license authorization; and the term of the arrangement (e.g., commencement date and termination date).
Applications/Notifications for Private Common Arrangements must be filed using the ECFS non-docketed filing portal with
the category of Inbox 1.913 Universal Licensing System Adjunct (Fee may be required)

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General Definitions and Other General Information (Including Who Must Sign the Form)
Unless noted otherwise, all references in these instructions to the Commission’s Rules refer to Part 1, Subpart X of the
Commission’s Rules.
Spectrum Manager Lease
A Licensee and Lessee may enter into a Spectrum Manager Lease provided that (1) the Licensee
retains de jure control of its license and de facto control over the leased spectrum pursuant to the
de facto control standard applicable to spectrum leasing arrangements (see Section 1.9010 of the
Commission’s Rules), and (2) the Licensee and Lessee meet the other applicable requirements for
Spectrum Manager Leases as set forth in the Commission’s Rules.
De Facto Transfer Lease
A Licensee and Lessee may enter into a De Facto Transfer Lease, whereby de facto control over
the use of the leased spectrum is transferred to the Lessee, provided that the Licensee retains de
jure control of its license and the Licensee and Lessee meet the other applicable requirements for
De Facto Transfer Leases as set forth in the Commission’s Rules.
New Lease
When a Licensee and Lessee enter into a Lease of certain specified spectrum associated with a particular license authorization
for the first time, such Lease constitutes a new Lease (New Lease) for purposes of this application/notification.
If a Licensee and Lessee involved in a Short-Term De Facto Transfer Lease seek to “convert” that Short-Term De Facto
Transfer Lease into a Long-Term De Facto Transfer Lease of spectrum under the license authorization, the Short-Term De
Facto Transfer Lease must be cancelled and a new Long-Term De Facto Transfer Lease application/notification filed.
A Lessee may not assign an existing Lease to another party. The existing Lease must be cancelled and the new party must
file for a new Lease.
If a New Lease application/notification is filed, the Main Form, Schedule B, and Schedule E must be filed with the Commission
and are always required. Schedules A, F, G, and H are only required in certain circumstances.
If a New Lease application/notification is filed, both the Licensee and Lessee must sign the form.
New Sublease (Must Be Filed Electronically)
A Lessee under an existing Spectrum Manager Lease or Long-Term De Facto Transfer Lease may enter into a Sublease
provided that the Licensee has consented to the Sublease and all other applicable requirements for entering into a Sublease,
as set forth in the Commission’s Rules, are met.
If the underlying Lease is a Spectrum Manager Lease, the Lessee and Sublessee are permitted to enter only into a Spectrum
Manager Sublease.
If the underlying Lease is a Long-Term De Facto Transfer Lease, the Lessee and Sublessee may enter into either a Spectrum
Manager Sublease or De Facto Transfer Sublease.
Lessees under Short-Term De Facto Transfer Leases are not permitted to enter into Subleases.
If a New Sublease application/notification is filed, the Main Form, Schedule B, and Schedule E must be filed with the
Commission and are always required. Schedule A, Schedule F, Schedule G, and Schedule H must be filed, if applicable.
If a New Sublease application/notification is filed, both the Lessee and Sublessee must sign the form. Also, an exhibit must be
attached to the filing that includes a certification statement by the Licensee indicating its consent to the sublease. Alternatively,
the Licensee may sign the form to indicate its consent to the sublease.

Applications/Notifications for Subleases must be filed using the ECFS non-docketed filing

portal with the category of

Inbox 1.913 Universal Licensing System Adjunct (Fee may be required)
.
Modification of a Lease/Sublease
If a Modification of a Lease/Sublease is filed and that Lease/Sublease does not contain a geographically licensed area, only
the Main Form is required to be filed with the Commission.
If the Lease/Sublease contains a geographically licensed area, in addition to the Main Form, it may be necessary to file
Schedule C if adding, modifying, or deleting technical location information for international coordination, an environmental
assessment, or for a Quiet Zone location.

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For a Modification of a Lease, the Lessee must sign the form. For a Modification of a Spectrum Manager Lease, in addition to
the Lessee information, the Licensee FRN is also required.
For a Modification of a Sublease, the Sublessee must sign the form. For a Modification of a Spectrum Manager Subl ease,
in addition to the Sublessee information, the Licensee FRN and the Lessee FRN are also required.

Applications/Notifications for Subleases must be filed using

the ECFS non-docketed filing portal with the category of
Inbox 1.913 Universal Licensing System Adjunct (Fee may be required)
.
Administrative Update of a Lease/Sublease
If an Administrative Update of a Lease/Sublease is filed, only the Main Form is required to be filed with the Commission.
For an Administrative Update of a Lease, the Lessee must sign the form. For an Administrative Update of a Spectrum
Manager Lease, in addition to the Lessee information, the Licensee FRN is also required.
For an Administrative Update of a Sublease, the Sublessee must sign the form. For an Administrative Update of a Spectrum
Manager Sublease, in addition to the Sublessee information, the Licensee FRN and the Lessee FRN are also required.

Applications/Notifications for Subleases must be filed using

the ECFS non-docketed filing portal with the category of
Inbox 1.913 Universal Licensing System Adjunct (Fee may be required)
.
Transfer of Control of the Lessee/Sublessee
A transfer of control of a Lessee/Sublessee under an existing Lease/Sublease is permitted pursuant to Commission Rules.
Such a transfer of control involves the transfer of de jure or de facto control of the Lessee/Sublessee, but does not change the
identity of the Lessee/Sublessee. Refer to the applicable FCC rules for definitions of controlling interest and ownership.
Main Form and Schedule D [Schedule A, if applicable] must be completed for a transfer of control of a Lessee/Sublessee.
For a Transfer of Control of a Lessee, the Transferor and Transferee must sign the form. Note: The Lessee Information and
the Lessee Contact Information are also required, but the Lessee does not need to sign the form. For a Spectrum Manager
Transfer of Control of a Lessee, in addition to the Transferor, Transferee, and Lessee information, the Licensee FRN is also
required.
For a Transfer of Control of a Sublessee, the Transferor and Transferee must sign the form. Note: The Sublessee Information
and the Sublessee Contact Information are also required, but the Sublessee does not need to sign the form. For a Spectrum
Manager Transfer of Control of a Sublessee, in addition to the Transferor, Transferee and Sublessee information, the
Licensee FRN and the Lessee FRN are also required.

Applications/Notifications for Subleases must be filed using

the ECFS non-docketed filing portal with the category of
Inbox 1.913 Universal Licensing System Adjunct (Fee may be required)
.
Revision To Extend the Term of an Existing Lease/Sublease
The term of any existing Lease/Sublease may be revised to extend the term subsequent to entering into the Lease/Sublease,
pursuant to the Commission’s Rules.
An application/notification to Extend the Term of an Existing Lease/Sublease must include the Main Form and Schedule E.
For a Revision To Extend the Term of an Existing Lease, the Licensee and the Lessee must sign the form. In addition to the
Licensee Information and the Licensee Contact Information, only the FRN of the Lessee is required.
For a Revision To Extend the Term of an Existing Sublease, the Licensee, Lessee, and Sublessee must sign the form. For a
de facto transfer sublease that is being extended, in addition to the Lessee Information and the Lessee Contact Information, only
the FRN of the Sublessee is required. For a Spectrum Manager s ublease that is being extended, in addition to the Lessee
Information and the Lessee Contact Information, only the FRN of the Licensee and the FRN of the Sublessee is required.

Applications/Notifications for Subleases must be filed

using the ECFS non-docketed filing portal with the category of
Inbox 1.913 Universal Licensing System Adjunct (Fee may be required)

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Cancellation of an Existing Lease/Sublease
An existing Lease/Sublease may be cancelled earlier than the expiration date set forth in the original application/notification,
pursuant to the Commission’s Rules. An application/notification involving a cancellation of a Lease/Sublease must be filed
within ten days of the cancellation. The parties involved in a Lease/Sublease must notify the Commission if they did not
commence operations under the Lease/Sublease, pursuant to the Commission’s Rules.
An application/notification to cancel an existing Lease/Sublease must include the Main Form and Schedule E.
For a Revision To Cancel an Existing Lease, the Licensee must sign the form. In addition to the Licensee Information and the
Licensee Contact Information, only the FRN of the Lessee is required.
For a Revision To Cancel an Existing Sublease, the Lessee must sign the form. For a de facto transfer sublease that is being
cancelled, in addition to the Lessee Information and the Lessee Contact Information, only the FRN of the Sublessee is
required.. [For a Spectrum Manager s ublease that is being cancelled, in addition to the Lessee Information and the Lessee
Contact Information, only the FRN of the Licensee and the FRN of the Sublessee is required.

Applications/Notifications for Subleases must be filed using

the ECFS non-docketed filing portal with the category of
Inbox 1.913 Universal Licensing System Adjunct (Fee may be required)
.
Light Touch Leasing Certification
A Light Touch Leasing Certification permits parties contemplating spectrum manager lease agreements with Priority Access
Licensees to submit the required, non -lease specific certifications to the Commission at any time prior to reaching a spectrum
manager lease agreement with a Priority Access Licensee. Potential lessees must file a new certif ication if any of the required
information changes.
A Light Touch Leasing Certification must include the Main Form with the attachment question (item 5), waiver questions (items 8a & 8b),
lessee information (items 45, 46, 48 – 72), alien ownership questions (items 154 – 158b), basic qualification questions (Items 159
– 161), and lessee signature (items 166 – 169).
Private Commons Arrangement
A “Private Commons” arrangement, an arrangement distinct from a spectrum leasing arrangement, is permitted in the same
services for which spectrum leasing arrangements are allowed. Under a Private Commons arrangement, a Licensee, Lessee,
or Sublessee makes certain spectrum usage rights under the license authorization available to a class of third-party users that
employ advanced communications technologies that do not involve use of the Licensee’s, Lessee’s, or Sublessee’s end-to-end
physical network infrastructure (e.g., base stations, mobile stations, or other related elements) and are not intended to be used
in the provision of network-based services to end-users. Specifically, in a Private Commons arrangement, the Licensee,
Lessee, or Sublessee authorizes users of certain communications devices employing particular technical parameters, as
specified by the Licensee, Lessee, or Sublessee, to operate under the license authorization. The Licensee, Lessee, or
Sublessee that acts as the manager of a Private Commons must retain de facto control of the use of the spectrum by such
third-party users. This includes maintaining reasonable oversight over the user’s use of the spectrum to ensure that the use of
the spectrum, and communications equipment employed, comply with the applicable technical and service rules; it also
includes maintaining the ability to ensure such compliance. For additional information, see Secondary Markets Second
Report and Order, 19 FCC Rcd at 17549-53, paras. 91-99; 47 CFR § 1.9080.
A Licensee, Lessee, or Sublessee acting as the manager of the Private Commons must notify the Commission of a Private
Commons arrangement prior to permitting third-party users to commence operations. This Licensee, Lessee, or Sublessee
must complete the applicable questions, and submit the necessary exhibits, as set forth in the Main Form and Schedule I, and
sign the Main Form. If a Private Commons Arrangement applies with regard to operations under a license authorization (as
opposed to spectrum that has been leased under a spectrum leasing arrangement), the Licensee must sign the form.
If a Private Commons Arrangement applies with regard to spectrum leased under a De Facto Transfer Lease, the Lessee must
sign the form.
If a Private Commons Arrangement applies with regard to spectrum leased under a De Facto Transfer Sublease, the
Sublessee must sign the form.
If a Private Commons Arrangement applies with regard to spectrum leased under a Spectrum Manager Lease, the Lessee
must sign the form.
If a Private Commons Arrangement applies with regard to spectrum leased under a Spectrum Manager Sublease, the
Sublessee must sign the form.

Applications/Notifications for Private Commons Arrangements must be filed

using the ECFS non-docketed filing
portal with the category of Inbox 1.913 Universal Licensing System Adjunct (Fee may be required)

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Lease Identifiers
The FCC will issue a unique identifier for each Lease/Sublease (Lease Identifier/Sublease Identifier). The FCC will use this
information to process the application/notification. The FCC will also update ULS with the Lease Identifier.
Information Current and Complete
Information filed with the FCC must be kept current and complete. Parties to the application/notification must notify the FCC
regarding any substantial and significant changes in the information furnished in the application/notification . See 47 CFR § 1.65.
Applicable Rules and Regulations
Applicants should obtain the relevant parts of the Commission’s Rules, which are located in Part 47 of the Code of Federal
Regulations (CFR). Copies of Part 47 CFR may be purchased by contacting the Superintendent of Documents, Government
Printing Office, Washington, DC 20402, by calling (202) 512-1800, or by accessing the Government Printing Office’s website at
http://www.access.gpo.gov.
Application Fees and Filing Locations
An application/notification fee may be required with this form. To determine the required fee amount, refer to Subpart G of
Part 1 of the Commission’s Rules ( 47 CF R Par t 1, Subp ar t G ) and the current Fee Filing Guide. For assistance with fees
applicable to the radio services governed by the Commission’s Rules, call (877) 480-3201 (TTY (717) 338-2824). The
current Fee Filing Guide can be downloaded from the FCC's web site at http://www.fcc.gov/fees,
Applications are required to be filed electronically, a n d m o s t c a n b e f i l e d , using the Universal Licensing System
(ULS). It is recommended that Application fees be paid electronically during the application process. Payments not
submitted electronically should be mailed to the Federal Communications Commission, P. O. Box 979097, St. Louis, MO,
63197-9000 or hand delivered to the U.S. Bank, Attn: FCC Government Lockbox #979097, SL-MO-C2-GL, 1005 Convention
Plaza, St. Louis, MO 63101. Manual payments must include a completed FCC Form 159.
Applications that cannot be filed via ULS License Manager must be filed using the ECFS non -docketed filing portal with
the category of Inbox 1.913 Universal Licensing System Adjunct (Fee may be required)
Filers should access the ECFS filing portal at https://www.fcc.gov/ecfs/filings.
Click on the blue header labeled “Non -Docketed Filing.”
From the field labeled “FCC Inbox,” use the drop -down menu to select the appropriate inbox for the intended filing:

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Complete the necessary fields regarding filer information
In the “Upload Documents” field, click to upload the appropriate document or drag and drop the document in the perforated box .

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Filers must include an electronic copy of their completed application signed pursuant to section 1.52 of the Comm ission’s
rules, as well as any associated attachments.
Application filings must continue to utilize standard FCC forms for the intended application type, as found on the FCC
forms page:https://www.fcc.gov/licensing-databases/forms.
The ECFS system permits a maximum of five uploadable files per filing;
Filing types accepted are PDF, text, ppt, pptx, docx, xlxs, doc, xls, rtf, and dwg.

Select “continue to review screen” at bottom of screen

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Review summary of information completed for accuracy.
If any corrections are required, filers can navigate back to the previous screen with the filer information using their
browser’s back button.

Once filers have confirmed that the information, they entered is correct, click the “submit” button on the bottom of the scre en.

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Filer will receive a confirmation number upon submission
Please save the number for tracking purposes.

If your application req uires a fee, FCC staff will bill filers for the applicable fee once the application has been assigned a file number
or otherwise keyed into ULS.

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All fees must be paid electronically; Filers wi ll utilize the Fee Filer portal to make the associated payment
electronically:https://apps.fcc.gov/FeeFiler/login.cfm
Filers will have 30 days to remit payment electronically from the issuance of the notice from FCC staff

Exhibits
Each document required to be filed as an exhibit should be current as of the date of filing. Each page of every exhibit must be
identified with the number or letter of the exhibit, the number of the page of the exhibit, and the total number of pages of the
exhibit. If material is to be incorporated by reference, see the instruction on incorporation by reference.
Note: Some Commission Rules require Applicants to attach one or more exhibits to an application/notification in addition to the
information requested in the application/notification form.
Incorporation by Reference
You may incorporate by reference documents, exhibits, or other lengthy showings already on file with the FCC only if the
information previously filed is more than one 8 1/2” by 11” page in length, all information therein is current and accurate in all
significant respects, and the reference states specifically where the previously filed information can be found (i.e., station call
sign and application/notification file number, title of proceeding, docket number, and legal citations), including exhibit and page
references. Items that call for numbers or that can be answered ‘Y’ or ‘N’ or with other short answers must be answered
directly without reference to a previous filing.
Assistance with Completing this Form
For assistance with this form, contact the Federal Communications Commission, 1270 Fairfield Road, Gettysburg, PA
17325-7245, or call (877) 480-3201 (TTY (717) 338-2824).
Technical Assistance for Electronic Filers

For technical assistance with filing electronically, contact the FCC at (877) 480-3201. Applications/Notifications for
Subleases and Private Commons Arrangements must be using the ECFS non-docketed filing portal with the category
of Inbox 1.913 Universal Licensing System Adjunct (Fee may be required)

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Instructions for FCC Form 608 Main Form
General Information
Application/Notification Purpose
Item 1a Indicate the purpose for which this application/notification of a spectrum leasing arrangement is being submitted by
checking the appropriate block from the available selection of purposes (only one purpose may be selected).
Item 1b If the filing is an amendment (response to Item 1a is ‘AM’) or withdrawal (response to Item 1a is ‘WD’) of a previously
filed application/notification, provide the File Number of the original application/notification . This information can be obtained
by using the ULS Application Search or contacting the FCC at (877) 480-3201 (TTY 717-338-2824).

Classification of Filing
For Leases/Subleases Only
Item 2a Indicate the class of filing by checking the appropriate selection for this application/notification (select only one).
Item 2b Indicate the type of filing by checking the appropriate block for the application/notification (select only one).
For Private Commons Arrangements Only
Item 2c Indicate by checking the appropriate block if the arrangement is for a License, a Lease, or a Sublease (select only
one).
Item 2d If Item 2c is checked Lease or Sublease, indicate by checking the appropriate block if the arrangement is a Spectrum
Manager or De Facto Transfer.

Note: Applications/Notifications for Subleases or Private Commons Arrangements must be filed

using the ECFS
non-docketed filing portal with the category of Inbox 1.913 Universal Licensing System Adjunct (Fee may be required)

Term of Lease/Sublease
Item 3 Indicate whether the Lease or Sublease is a Long-Term or Short-Term Lease/Sublease.
Other Wireless Licenses/Leases/Subleases
Item 4a Enter ‘Y’ if this application/notification is one in a series of related applications/notifications. Otherwise, enter ‘N’.
The purpose of this item is to indicate whether this application/notification is part of a proposed transaction involving the
Lease/Sublease of other spectrum or the transfer of control or assignment of Licenses/Leases/Subleases (as applicable) not
listed in this application/notification held by the Lessee/Sublessee, affiliates of the Lessee/Sublessee, or third parties (e.g.,
spectrum swaps or multi-party transactions). For this purpose, "affiliates" is defined in Section 1.2110(c)(5) of the Commission’s
Rules, and includes parents, subsidiaries, or commonly-controlled entities. Where a transaction involves the Lease/Sublease of
spectrum under multiple licenses held by a common Licensee, a single form should be filed whenever possible. Where a
transaction involves the Lease/Sublease of spectrum under licenses held by affiliated licensees or third-party licensees, a
separate form must be filed for each affiliate or licensee. Enter ‘N’ if all licenses to be Leased/Subleased, as a result of the
proposed transaction, are listed on this one Form.
Item 4b If the response to 4a is ‘Y’ and this filing is the lead application/notification, enter ‘Y’. Otherwise, enter ‘N’.
Item 4c If the response to 4a is ‘Y’ and the response to 4b is ‘N’, provide the File Number of the lead application/notification of
this transaction. Parties may wish to designate a lead application for transactions that involve a series of applications. This
allows parties to submit all attachments that are common to all applications in a transaction once. The parties can then attach
one exhibit to the other applications associated with the transaction in order to incorporate by reference the attachments in the
lead application.
Attachments
Item 5 Enter ‘Y’ if attachments (other than associated schedules) are being filed with this application/notification. Otherwise, enter
‘N’.
Parties submitting applications/notifications may in some instances be required to provide by means of an attachment,
additional information not specifically requested elsewhere on FCC Form 608 to establish the qualifications of the
Lessee/Sublessee/Transferee or to otherwise demonstrate that the proposed transaction is in the public interest. The burden
is on the parties to determine whether such additional information is necessary under Section 310(d) in light of the circumstances
of the particular Lease/Sublease. Applicants seeking further guidance on this issue are encouraged to contact the bureau in
advance of filing FCC Form 608.
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Fees and Waivers
Exemption from Application Fees
Item 6 This item notifies the FCC that the Applicant is exempt from FCC application fees. If the response is ‘Y’, an exhibit
demonstrating the Applicant’s eligibility for exemption from FCC application fees must be submitted with this filing. For
additional information regarding an Applicant’s eligibility to be exempt from FCC application fees, see the current Fee Filing
Guide or call (877) 480-3201 (TTY 717-338-2824).
Waiver/Deferral of Fees
Item 7 If a request for waiver/deferral of the FCC application fees has been filed with the FCC, enter ‘Y’ and attach the datestamped copy of the request filed with the Commission’s Office of the Managing Director as an exhibit. Otherwise, enter ‘N’.
Waiver of Commission Rules
Item 8a If the filing includes a request for waiver of the Commission’s Rules (other than FCC application fee waivers), enter ‘Y’
and attach an exhibit specifying the rule section(s) for which a waiver is being requested and including a justification for
the requested waiver. Otherwise, enter ‘N’.
Item 8b If the response to 8a is ‘Y’, provide the number of rule sections involved (do not enter the actual rule section(s)).

Regulatory Status and Offerings
Radio Service Offerings
Item 9 Indicate the type(s) of radio service offerings the Applicant plans to provide.
All entities that are planning to use the leased spectrum for telecommunications services should select common carrier in this
item. The term ‘telecommunications service’ means the offering of telecommunications (i.e., the transmission, between or
among points specified by the user, of information of the user's choosing, without change in the form or content of the
information as sent and received) for a fee directly to the public, or to such classes of users as to be effectively available
directly to the public, regardless of the facilities used. Non-common carriers do not hold themselves out indiscriminately for
hire as carriers of communications provided by the customer. A person engaged in radio broadcasting shall not, insofar as
such person is so engaged, be deemed a common carrier. Thus, those entities meeting this definition would select noncommon carrier for this item. Private internal users are those entities that utilize telecommunications services purely for
internal business purposes or public safety communications and not on a for- hire or for- profit basis. Such entities should
select ‘Private’ for this item. The term ‘Broadcast Services’ shall have the same meaning as that for “broadcasting” in § 3(6) of
the Communications Act of 1934, i.e., the dissemination of radio communications intended to be received by the public,
directly or by the intermediary of relay stations.” 47 U.S.C. § 153(6).
If the Applicant is modifying the type of radio service offerings it provides (i.e., changing from one radio service offering to another),
please provide an exhibit explaining the modification.
Radio Service
Item 10 Select all types of radio services that the Applicant plans to provide, as applicable. Broadcast Auxiliary applicants
should select Fixed or Mobile, not Broadcast Services.
Item 11 Enter ‘Y’ if the Applicant plans to provide service interconnected to the public telephone network as defined in the FCC
rules. ‘Otherwise, enter ‘N’.

Designated Entity Information

(If the answer to 12a, 12b, or 12c is ‘Y’, Schedule A must be completed.)
Bidding Credits
Item 12a Enter ‘Y’ if the spectrum leasing arrangement involves spectrum under any licenses that were awarded with bidding
credits within the last five years. Otherwise, enter ‘N’.
The initial grant date is the date that the license was originally granted by the Commission after an auction, even if the license
was acquired in the secondary market. The initial grant date is not the date on which the Commission granted an assignment
or transfer of control of the license.
If the response to this item is ‘Y’, the licenses may be subject to the FCC’s unjust enrichment rules. See 47 CFR § 1.2111. If the
response to 12a is ‘Y’, Schedule A must be completed.

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Closed Bidding
Item 12b Enter ‘Y’ if the spectrum leasing arrangement involves spectrum under any licenses that were awarded pursuant to
closed bidding within the last five years. Otherwise, enter ‘N’.
If the response to this item is ‘Y’, the license(s) may be subject to limitations. See Sections 24.709 and 24.839 of the
Commission’s Rules. If the response to 12b is ‘Y’, Schedule A must be completed.

Competition-Related Information
Item 13 Enter ‘Y’ if this filing is for a Spectrum Leasing Arrangement that (1) involves a license authorization or Spectrum
Lease/Sublease that may be used to provide interconnected mobile voice and/or data services , and (2) would create a
geographic overlap with another license authorization(s) or Spectrum Leasing Arrangement(s), that also could be used to provide
interconnected mobile voice and/or data services, in which the Applicant already holds attributable interests, as defined in Section
20.22(b) of the Commission’s Rules, either as a licensee or spectrum lessee/sublessee. Otherwise, enter ‘N’.
If ‘Y’, specify in an exhibit all geographic areas/markets (e.g., BTA, CMA, county, etc.) where there are spectrum overlaps and
the total amount of spectrum that the Assignee/Transferee will hold and/or lease in each geographic area/market.
Item 14 Enter ‘Y’ if this Spectrum Leasing Arrangement will reduce the number of entities providing service in any of the overlap
geographic areas/market(s). Otherwise, enter ‘N’.

Broadband Radio Service and Educational Broadband Service Information
These items enable the FCC to determine whether the Applicant complies with Section 27.1202 of the Commission’s Rules.
Item 15a If the proposed Lease/Sublease will be used to provide multichannel video programming, enter ‘Y’. Otherwise, enter ‘N’.
Item 15b If th e response to 15a is ‘Y’, and the Lessee/Sublessee will operate, control, or have an attributable interest in a cable
television system whose franchise area is located within the geographic service area of the proposed Lease/Sublease, enter
‘Y’. Otherwise, enter ‘N’.
If ‘Y’, provide an exhibit explaining how the Lessee/Sublesse complies with Section 27.1202 of the Commission’s Rules or
justifying a waiver of that rule. If a waiver of the Commission’s Rule(s) is being requested, 8a must be answered ‘Y’.
This item enables the FCC to determine whether the Applicant complies with Section 27.1203 of the Commission’s Rules.
Item 16 Enter ‘Y’ if the Lessee/Sublessee complies with the programming requirements contained in Section 27.1203 of the
Commission’s Rules. Otherwise, enter ‘N’.
If ‘N’, provide an exhibit explaining how the Lessee/Sublessee complies with Section 27.1203 of the Commission’s Rules or
justifying a waiver of that rule. If a waiver of the Commission’s Rule(s) is being requested, 8a must be answered ‘Y’.

Part 90 Public Safety Services
Eligibility
Item 17 This question is applicable only to applications/notifications involving Long-Term De Facto Transfer Leases and
Spectrum Manager Leases. Enter ‘Y’ if the Applicant is a public safety entity or otherwise an entity that will use the leased
spectrum to provide communications in support of public safety operations pursuant to Section 90.523 of the Commission’s
Rules. Otherwise, enter ‘N’.

600 MHz Band Information
Item 18 Enter ‘Y’ if the spectrum leasing /subleasing arrangement has a term of one year or more (either initially or cumulatively)
and involves any licenses in the 600 MHz Band initially granted in the last six years that would, if leased, create a geographic
overlap with another licenses(s) in which the Lessee/Sublessee already holds attributable interests, as defined in Section 20.22(b)
of the Commission’s Rules, either as a licensee or spectrum Lessee/Sublessee, and that would result in the Lessee/Sublessee
holding an attributable interest, as defined in Section 20.22(b) of the Commission’s Rules, in one-third or more of the total suitable
and available below-1-GHz spectrum as calculated on a county-by-county population-weighted basis in the relevant license area,
utilizing 2010 U.S. Census data. Otherwise, enter ‘N’.
The initial grant date is the date that the license was originally granted by the Commission after an auction, even if the li cense was
acquired in the secondary market. The initial grant date is not the date on which the Commission granted an assignment or
transfer of control of the license.

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If the response to this item is ‘Y’, this spectrum leasing application must be part of a spectrum leasing exchange of 600 MHz band
spectrum in the same market(s) or must be a pro forma spectrum leasing arrangement. If the response is ‘Y’, provide an exhibit
detailing the proposed spectrum leasing/subleasing exchange of 600 MHz band spectrum in the same market(s), including a list of
all file numbers for applications associated with the proposed spectrum leasing arrangement exchange, or describing the pro
forma nature of the spectrum leasing /subleasing arrangement, as appropriate.
Item 19 Enter ‘Y’ if the spectrum leasing /subleasing arrangement has a term of one year or more (either initially or cumulatively)
and involves any licenses that were initially granted as reserved spectrum licenses in the 600 MHz Band in the last six years.
Otherwise, enter ‘N’.
The initial grant date is the date that the license was originally granted by the Commission after an auction, even if the li cense was
acquired in the secondary market. The initial grant date is not the date on which the Commission granted an assignment or
transfer of control of the license.
If the response to this item is ‘Y’, the proposed Lessee/Sublessee must have been qualified to bid on that reserved spectrum
license(s) under Section 20.22(c)(1) of the Commission’s Rules as of the FCC Form 175 filing deadline for Auction 1002 (February
10, 2016), the forward auction of the Broadcast Incentive Auction , and must provide an exhibit demonstrating how the proposed
Lessee/Sublessee would have qualified to bid on that reserved spectrum license(s) in Auction 1002 as of the FCC Form 175 filing
deadline for Auction 1002 (February 10, 2016).

Licensee Information
Items 18 through 30 identify the Licensee.
The Licensee information must be provided for Spectrum Manager Lease filings and for De Facto Transfer Lease filings for a
New Lease, Extend the Term of Lease, or Cancel a Lease. The Licensee information must be provided for Private Commons
Arrangements of a License filings for a New, Modification, Extend the Term, or Cancel.
Only the Licensee FRN (Item 18) is required for Spectrum Manager Lease filings for a New Sublease, Extend the Term of a
Sublease, Cancel a Sublease, Transfer of Control of a Lessee/Sublessee, Administrative Update of a Lease/Sublease, or
Modification of a Lease/Sublease. Only the Licensee FRN (Item 18) is required for Private Commons Arrangement of a Lease
filings or for Private Commons Arrangement of a Sublease filings for a New, Modification, Extend the Term, or Cancel.

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FCC Registration Number (FRN)
Item 20 Enter the ten-digit FRN assigned by the Commission Registration System (CORES). The FRN is a unique identifier for
everyone doing business with the Commission. The FRN can be obtained electronically through the FCC website at
http://www.fcc.gov or by manually submitting FCC Form 160. FCC Form 160 is available for downloading from
http://www.fcc.gov/formpage.html,. Failure to provide the FRN will prevent the Commission from processing the
application/notification.
Entity
Item 21 This item indicates the legal entity type of the Licensee. Select Individual, Unincorporated Association, Trust,
Government Entity, Corporation, Limited Liability Company, General Partnership, Limited Partnership, Limited Liability
Partnership, or Other. When selecting ‘Other’, provide a description of the legal entity.
Licensee Name
Items 22 and 23 If Item 21 is an ‘Individual’, enter the individual name in Item 23. Otherwise, enter the name of the legal entity
in Item 22. Note: The full legal name is required for these items.
Item 24 If completing Item 20 (entity name), you must provide the contact person for the Licensee.
Address
Items 25-32 complete this section as follows:
•
Either a PO Box or a Street Address is required. Both may be provided.
•
City, State, and Zip Code are required.
•
Telephone Number and E-Mail Address are required (including area code).
•
FAX Number is optional.
Refer to Main Form Instructions, Appendix I, for a list of valid state, jurisdiction, and area abbreviations.
Failure to respond to FCC correspondence sent to the e- mai l address of record may result in dismissal of an
application/notification, liability for forfeiture, or revocation of an authorization (See 47 CFR § 1.934(c)).
Demographics (Optional)
Item 33 The information is optional and is requested for informational purposes only. Responses to this item will in no way
affect processing of applications/notifications.

Licensee Contact Information
Contact Name & Address (If other than Licensee)
Items 34-44 These items identify the contact representative for the Licensee, if different from the Licensee. This is usually the
headquarters office of a large company, the law firm or other representative of the Licensee, or the person or company that
prepared or submitted the application/notification on behalf of the Licensee.
If there is a question about the
application/notification, an FCC representative may communicate with the Licensee’s contact representative.
If the above Licensee Information section is completed, this Licensee Contact Information section is required.
If the Licensee Contact Representative is the same as the Licensee, check the box and do not complete the remaining items in this
section.
If the Licensee Contact Representative is not the same as the Licensee, then you must provide the information and complete this
section as follows:
•
Either the Individual Name or the Company Name is required.
•
If Individual Name is completed, then Company Name and Attention To are not required.
•
If Company Name is completed, then either an Individual Name or the Attention To is required.
•
Either a PO Box or a Street Address is required. Both may be provided.
•
City, State and Zip Code are required.
•
Telephone Number and E-Mail Address are required (including area code).
•
FAX Number is optional.

Lessee Information
Items 45 through 59 identify the Lessee.
The Lessee information must be provided for Spectrum Manager Lease filings and for De Facto Transfer Lease filings for a
New Lease, New Sublease, Transfer of Control of a Lessee, Extend the Term of Sublease, Cancel a Sublease, Administrative
Update of a Lease, or Modification of Lease. The Lessee information must be provided for Private Commons Arrangements of
a Lease filings for a New, Modification, Extend the Term, or Cancel.
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Only the Lessee FRN (Item 45) is required for Spectrum Manager Lease filings for a Transfer of Control of a Sublessee,
Extend the Term of a Lease, Cancel a Lease, Administrative Update of a Sublease, or Modification of a Sublease. Only the
Lessee FRN (Item 45) is required for De Facto Transfer Lease filings for an Extend the Term of a Lease or Cancel a Lease.
Only the Lessee FRN (Item 45) is required for Private Commons Arrangement of a Spectrum Manager Sublease filings for a
New, Modification, Extend the Term, or Cancel.
FCC Registration Number (FRN)
Item 45 Enter the Lessee’s ten-digit FRN assigned by the Commission Registration System (CORES). The FRN is a unique
identifier for everyone doing business with the Commission. The FRN can be obtained electronically through the FCC website
at http://www.fcc.gov or by manually submitting FCC Form 160. FCC Form 160 is available for downloading from
http://www.fcc.gov/formpage.html. Failure to provide the FRN will prevent the Commission from processing the
application/notification.
Entity
Item 46 This item indicates the legal entity type of the Lessee. Select Individual, Unincorporated Association, Trust,
Government Entity, Corporation, Limited Liability Company, General Partnership, Limited Partnership, Limited Liability
Partnership, or Other. When selecting ‘Other’, provide a description of the legal entity.
Lessee Name
Item 47 Enter ‘Y’ if the new Lessee name is due to a change in ownership, corporate structure, or entity. If you answer Item
47 ‘Y’, you must file FCC Form 608 for a new lease. Otherwise, enter ‘N’ and continue. This item is completed only with the
purposes of LM (Modification), LU (Administrative Update), LE (Extend the Term), LC (Cancel), or AM (Amendment of any of
these purposes).
Items 48 and 49 If Item 46 is an ‘Individual’, enter the individual name in Item 49. Otherwise, enter the name of the legal entity
in Item 48. Note: The full legal name is required for these items.
Item 50 If completing Item 48 (entity name), you must provide the contact person for the Lessee.
Name of Real Party in Interest
Item 51 The Lessee must identify the real party (parties) in interest. If the Lessee is also the real party in interest, enter the
Lessee’s name in this item. If a party other than the Lessee is the real party in interest (e.g., a parent or other controlling
entity), enter that party's name in this item. If there is more than one real party in interest, attach an exhibit detailing all parties in
interest.
The real party in interest is defined as a person who “has an ownership interest, or will be in a position to actually or potentially
control the operation of the station.” Astroline Communications Co. Ltd. v. FCC, 857 F.2d 1556, 1564 (D.C. Cir. 1988); see
also Applications of Georgia Public Telecommunications Commission, et al., Memorandum Opinion and Order, 7 FCC Rcd 7996
(1992); Applications of Madalina Broadcasting, et al., Initial Decision of Administrative Law Judge, 8 FCC Rcd 6344 (1993).
Item 52 Enter the real party in interest’s ten-digit FCC Registration Number (FRN) assigned by the Commission Registration
System (CORES). The FRN is a unique entity identifier for everyone doing business with the Commission. The FRN can be
obtained electronically through the FCC website at http://www.fcc.gov or by manually submitting FCC Form 160. FCC Form 160
is available for downloading from http://www.fcc.gov/formpage.html, If the Lessee is also the real party in interest, enter the
Lessee’s FRN in this item. Failure to provide the FRN may prevent the Commission from processing the application/notification.
Address
Items 53-60 complete this section as follows:
•
Either a PO Box or a Street Address is required. Both may be provided.
•
City, State, and Zip Code are required.
•
Telephone Number and E-Mail Address are required (including area code).
•
FAX Number isoptional.
Refer to Main Form Instructions, Appendix I, for a list of valid state, jurisdiction, and area abbreviations.
Failure to respond to FCC correspondence sent to the e-mail address of record may result in dismissal of an
application/notification, liability for forfeiture, or revocation of an authorization (See 47 CFR § 1.934(c)).
Demographics (Optional)
Item 61 The information is optional and is requested for informational purposes only. Responses to this item will in no
way affect processing of applications/notifications.

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Lessee Contact Information
Contact Name & Address (If other than Lessee)
Items 62-72 These items identify the contact representative for the Lessee, if different from the Lessee. This is usually the
headquarters office of a large company, the law firm or other representative of the Lessee, or the person or company that
prepared or submitted the application/notification on behalf of the Lessee. If there is a question about the application/notification,
an FCC representative will communicate with the Lessee’s contact representative.
If the above Lessee Information section is completed, this Lessee Contact Information section is required.
If the Lessee Contact Representative is the same as the Lessee, check the box and do not complete the remaining items in this
section.
If the Lessee Contact Representative is not the same as the Lessee, then you must provide the information and complete this section
as follows:
•
Either the Individual Name or the Company Name is required.
•
If Individual Name is completed, then Company Name and Attention To are not required.
•
If Company Name is completed, then either an Individual Name or the Attention To is required.
•
Either a PO Box or a Street Address is required. Both may be provided.
•
City, State, and Zip Code are required.
•
Telephone Number and E-Mail Address are required (including area code).
•
FAX Number is optional.

Sublessee Information
Items 73 through 88 identify the Sublessee.
The Sublessee information must be provided for Spectrum Manager Lease filings and for De Facto Transfer Lease filings for a New
Sublease, Transfer of Control of a Sublessee, Administrative Update of a Sublease, or Modification of Sublease. The Sublessee
information must be provided for Private Commons Arrangements of a Sublease filings for a New, Modification, Extend the
Term, or Cancel.
Only the Sublessee FRN (Item 73) is required for Spectrum Manager Lease filings and for De Facto Transfer Lease filings for Extend
the Term of a Sublease or Cancel a Sublease.
FCC Registration Number (FRN)
Item 73 Enter the Sublessee’s ten-digit FRN assigned by the Commission Registration System (CORES). The FRN is a unique
identifier for everyone doing business with the Commission. The FRN can be obtained electronically through the FCC website at
http://www.fcc.gov or by manually submitting FCC Form 160. FCC Form 160 is available for downloading from
http://www.fcc.gov/formpage.html, Failure to provide the FRN will prevent the Commission from processing the application/notification.
Entity
Item 74 This item indicates the legal entity type of the Sublessee. Select Individual, Unincorporated Association, Trust,
Government Entity, Corporation, Limited Liability Company, General Partnership, Limited Partnership, Limited Liability Partnership,
or Other. When selecting ‘Other’, provide a description of the legal entity.
Sublessee Name
Item 75 Enter ‘Y’ if the new Sublessee name is due to a change in ownership, corporate structure, or entity. If you answer Item
75 ‘Y’, you must file FCC Form 608 for a new sublease. Otherwise, enter ‘N’ and continue. This item is completed only with the
purposes of LM (Modification), LU (Administrative Update), LE (Extend the Term), LC (Cancel) or AM (Amendment of any of these
purposes).
Items 76 and 77 If Item 74 is an ‘Individual’, enter the individual name in Item 77. Otherwise, enter the name of the legal entity in Item
76. Note: The full legal name is required for these items.
Item 78 If completing Item 76 (entity name), you must provide the contact person for the Sublessee.
Name of Real Party in Interest
Item 79 The Sublessee must identify the real party (parties) in interest. If the Sublessee is also the real party in interest, enter the
Sublessee’s name in this item. If a party other than the Sublessee is the real party in interest (e.g., a parent or other controlling
entity), enter that party's name in this item. If there is more than one real party in interest, attach an exhibit detailing all parties in
interest.
The real party in interest is defined as a person who “has an ownership interest, or will be in a position to actually or potentially
control the operation of the station.” Astroline Communications Co. Ltd. v. FCC, 857 F.2d 1556, 1564 (D.C. Cir. 1988); see also
Applications of Georgia Public Telecommunications Commission, et al., Memorandum Opinion and Order, 7 FCC Rcd 7996 (1992);
Applications of Madalina Broadcasting, et al., Initial Decision of Administrative Law Judge, 8 FCC Rcd 6344 (1993).
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Item 80 Enter the real party in interest’s ten-digit FRN assigned by the Commission Registration System (CORES). The FRN is a
unique identifier for everyone doing business with the Commission. The FRN can be obtained electronically through the FCC
website at http://www.fcc.gov or by manually submitting FCC Form 160. FCC Form 160 is available for downloading from
http://www.fcc.gov/formpage.html, If the Sublessee is also the real party in interest, enter the Sublessee’s FRN in this item. Failure
to provide the FRN may prevent the Commission from processing the application/notification.
Address
Items 81-88 complete this section as follows:
•
Either a PO Box or a Street Address is required. Both may be provided.
•
City, State, and Zip Code are required.
•
Telephone Number and E-Mail are required (including area code).
•
FAX Number is optional.
Refer to Main Form Instructions, Appendix I, for a list of valid state, jurisdiction, and area abbreviations.
Failure to respond to FCC correspondence sent to the e- mai l address of record may result in dismissal of an
application/notification, liability for forfeiture, or revocation of an authorization (See 47 CFR § 1.934(c))
Demographics (Optional)
Item 89 The information is optional and is requested for informational purposes only. Responses to this item will in no way affect
processing of applications/notifications.

Sublessee Contact Information
Contact Name & Address (If other than Sublessee)
Items 90-100 These items identify the contact representative for the Sublessee, if different from the Sublessee. This is usually the
headquarters office of a large company, the law firm or other representative of the Sublessee, or the person or company that
prepared or submitted the application/notification on behalf of the Sublessee. If there is a question about the
application/notification, an FCC representative may communicate with the Sublessee’s contact representative.
If the above Sublessee Information section is completed, this Sublessee Contact Information section is required.
If the Sublessee Contact Representative is the same as the Sublessee, check the box and do not complete the remaining items
in this section.
If the Sublessee Contact Representative is not the same as the Sublessee, then you must provide the information and complete
this section as follows:
•
Either the Individual Name or the Company Name is required.
•
If Individual Name is completed, then Company Name and Attention To are not required.
•
If Company Name is completed, then either an Individual Name or the Attention To is required.
•
Either a PO Box or a Street Address is required. Both may be provided.
•
City, State, and Zip Code are required.
•
Telephone Number and E-Mail Address are required (including area code).
•
FAX Number is optional.

Transferee Information
Items 101 through 116 identify the Transferee.
This information must be provided for all applications/notifications for a Transfer of Control of a Lessee or Transfer of Control of a
Sublessee.
FCC Registration Number (FRN)
Item 101 Enter the Transferee’s ten-digit FRN assigned by the Commission Registration System (CORES). The FRN is a unique
identifier for everyone doing business with the Commission. The FRN can be obtained electronically through the FCC website at
http://www.fcc.gov or by manually submitting FCC Form 160. FCC Form 160 is available for downloading from
http://www.fcc.gov/formpage.html, Failure to provide the FRN will prevent the Commission from processing the
application/notification.
Entity
Item 102 This item indicates the legal entity type of the Transferee. Select Individual, Unincorporated Association, Trust,
Government Entity, Corporation, Limited Liability Company, General Partnership, Limited Partnership, Limited Liability
Partnership, or Other. When selecting ‘Other’, provide a description of the legal entity.

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Transferee Name
Items 103 and 104 If Item 102 is an ‘Individual’, enter the individual name in Item 104. Otherwise, enter the name of the legal entity
in Item 103. Note: The full legal name is required for these items.
Item 105 If completing Item 103 (entity name), you must provide the contact person for the Transferee.
Name of Real Party in Interest
Item 106 The Transferee must identify the real party (parties) in interest. If the Transferee is also the real party in interest, enter
the Transferee’s name in this item. If a party other than the Transferee is the real party in interest (e.g., a parent or other
controlling entity), enter that party's name in this item. If there is more than one real party in interest, attach an exhibit detailing all
parties in interest.
The real party in interest is defined as a person who “has an ownership interest, or will be in a position to actually or potentially
control the operation of the station.” Astroline Communications Co. Ltd. v. FCC, 857 F.2d 1556, 1564 (D.C. Cir. 1988); see also
Applications of Georgia Public Telecommunications Commission, et al., Memorandum Opinion and Order, 7 FCC Rcd 7996 (1992);
Applications of Madalina Broadcasting, et al., Initial Decision of Administrative Law Judge, 8 FCC Rcd 6344 (1993).
Item 107 Enter the real party in interest’s ten-digit FRN assigned by the Commission Registration System (CORES). The FRN is
a unique identifier for everyone doing business with the Commission. The FRN can be obtained electronically through the FCC
website at http://www.fcc.gov or by manually submitting FCC Form 160. FCC Form 160 is available for downloading from
http://www.fcc.gov/formpage.html, If the Transferee is also the real party in interest, enter the Transferee’s FRN in this item. Failure
to provide the FRN may prevent the Commission from processing the application/notification.
Address
Items 108-115 complete this section as follows:
•
Either a PO Box or a Street Address is required. Both may be provided.
•
City, State, and Zip Code are required.
•
Telephone Number and E-Mail Address are required (including area code).
•
FAX Number isoptional.
Refer to Main Form Instructions, Appendix I, for a list of valid state, jurisdiction, and area abbreviations.
Failure to respond to FCC correspondence sent to the e-mail address of record may result in dismissal of an application/notification,
liability for forfeiture, or revocation of an authorization. (See 47 CFR § 1.934(c).)
Demographics (Optional)
Item 116 The information is optional and is requested for informational purposes only. Responses to this item will in no way
affect processing of applications/notifications.

Transferee Contact Information
Contact Name & Address (If other than Transferee)
Items 117-127 These items identify the contact representative for the Transferee, if different from the Transferee. This is usually
the headquarters office of a large company, the law firm or other representative of the Transferee, or the person or company that
prepared or submitted the application/notification on behalf of the Transferee. If there is a question about the
application/notification, an FCC representative may communicate with the Transferee’s contact representative.
If the above Transferee Information section is completed, this Transferee Contact Information section is required.
If the Transferee Contact Representative is the same as the Transferee, check the box and do not complete the remaining items in
this section.
If the Transferee Contact Representative is not the same as the Transferee, then you must provide the information and complete
this section as follows:
•
Either the Individual Name or the Company Name is required.
•
If Individual Name is completed, then Company Name and Attention To are not required.
•
If Company Name is completed, then either an Individual Name or the Attention To is required.
•
Either a PO Box or a Street Address is required. Both may be provided.
•
City, State, and Zip Code are required.
•
Telephone Number and E-Mail Address are required (including area code).
•
FAX Number is optional.

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Transferor Information
Items 128 through 141 identify the Transferor.
This information must be provided for all applications/notifications for a Transfer of Control of a Lessee or Transfer of Control
of a Sublessee.
FCC Registration Number (FRN)
Item 128 Enter the Transferor’s ten-digit FRN assigned by the Commission Registration System (CORES). The FRN is a
unique identifier for everyone doing business with the Commission. The FRN can be obtained electronically through the FCC
website at http://www.fcc.gov or by manually submitting FCC Form 160. FCC Form 160 is available for downloading from
http://www.fcc.gov/formpage.html,
Failure to provide the FRN will prevent the Commission from processing the
application/notification.
Entity
Item 129 This item indicates the legal entity type of the Transferor. Select Individual, Unincorporated Association, Trust,
Government Entity, Corporation, Limited Liability Company, General Partnership, Limited Partnership, Limited Liability
Partnership, or Other. When selecting ‘Other’, provide a description of the legal entity.
Transferor Name
Items 130 and 131 If Item 129 is an ‘Individual’, enter the individual name in Item 131. Otherwise, enter the name of the legal
entity in Item 130. Note: The full legal name is required for these items.
Item 132 If completing Item 130 (entity name), you must provide the contact person for the Transferor.
Address
Items 133-140 complete this section as follows:
•
Either a PO Box or a Street Address is required. Both may be provided.
•
City, State, and Zip Code are required.
•
Telephone Number and E-Mail Address are required (including area code).
•
FAX Number is optional.
Refer to Main Form Instructions, Appendix I, for a list of valid state, jurisdiction, and area abbreviations.
Failure to respond to FCC correspondence sent to the e-mail address of record may result in dismissal of an application/notification,
liability for forfeiture, or revocation of an authorization. (See 47 CFR § 1.934(c).)
Demographics (Optional)
Item 141 The information is optional and is requested for informational purposes only. Responses to this item will in no way
affect processing of applications/notifications.

Transferor Contact Information
Contact Name & Address (If other than Transferor)
Items 142-152 These items identify the contact representative for the Transferor, if different from the Transferor. This is
usually the headquarters office of a large company, the law firm or other representative of the Transferor, or the person or
company that prepared or submitted the application/notification on behalf of the Transferor. If there is a question about the
application/notification, an FCC representative may communicate with the Transferor’s contact representative.
If the above Transferor Information section is completed, this Transferor Contact Information section is required.
If the Transferor Contact Representative is the same as the Transferor, check the box and do not complete the remaining
items in this section.
If the Transferor Contact Representative is not the same as the Transferor, then you must provide the information and
complete this section as follows:
•
Either the Individual Name or the Company Name is required.
•
If Individual Name is completed, then Company Name and Attention To are not required.
•
If Company Name is completed, then either an Individual Name or the Attention To is required.
•
Either a PO Box or a Street Address is required. Both may be provided.
•
City, State, and Zip Code are required.
•
Telephone Number and E-Mail Address are required (including area code).
•
FAX Number is optional.

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Ownership Disclosure Information
FCC Form 602
If the application/notification includes Licenses in the Wireless Radio Services that are subject to the ownership reporting
requirements of Section 1.2112(a), or in the Mobile Satellite Services that are subject to the ownership reporting requirements
of Section 25.149(g), the Applicant must file FCC Form 602, Ownership Disclosure Form. For purposes of this question,
Applicant is the Lessee, Sublessee, or Transferee.
Item 153a Enter ‘Y’ if the Applicant is required to file FCC Form 602, Ownership Disclosure Information for the Wireless
Telecommunications Services. Otherwise, enter ‘N’.
Item 153b If the response to Item 153a is ‘Y’, enter the File Number of the FCC Form 602 submitted in conjunction with this
application/notification or already on file with the FCC.

Alien Ownership Questions
Alien Ownership
Pursuant to the Secondary Markets First Report and Order, the Commission requires that a Lessee/Sublessee, including a
Lessee or Sublessee subsequent to a proposed transfer of control, meet the eligibility requirements that pertain to foreign
ownership, as set forth in Section 310 of the Communications Act of 1934, as amended. See Secondary Markets First
Report and Order, 18 FCC Rcd at 20653, 20665-66, paras. 110,143. The following items enable the FCC to determine whether
a Lessee/Sublessee, including a Lessee or Sublessee subsequent to a proposed transfer of control, is eligible under Section
310(a) and (b) of the Communications Act to Lease/Sublease. If the application/notification is for the transfer of control of
a lease or sublease, the foreign ownership of the post-transaction Lessee or Sublessee is evaluated. All Lessees/Sublessees
and Post-Transfer Lessees/Sublessees filing an application/notification must answer Items 154-158. Any applicant that answers
‘Y’ to Items 155-158a must provide an attachment explaining the circumstances. The FCC will otherwise dismiss the
application/notification without further consideration.
The Commission’s foreign ownership rules for common carrier, aeronautical en route and aeronautical fixed radio station
licensees are codified in Sections 1.990 through 1.994 of the Commission’s Rules, 47 CFR §§ 1.990-1.994. See also Review of
Foreign Ownership Policies for Common Carrier and Aeronautical Radio Licensees under Section 310(b)(4) of the
Communications Act of 1934, as amended, Second Report and Order, 28 FCC Rcd 5741 (2013) (Foreign Ownership Second
Report and Order). The foreign ownership rules will be renumbered and codified in Sections 1.5000 through 1.5004 of the
Commission's rules, 47 CFR s 1.5000-1.5004, subject to OMB approval, in accordance with the Commission's decision in Review
of Foreign Ownership Policies for Broadcast, Common Carrier and Aeronautical Radio Licensees under Section 310(b)(4) of the
Communications Act of 1934, as amended, GN Docket No. 15-236, FCC 16-128, 31 FCC Rcd 11272 (2016).
Item 154 All Transferees/Lessees/Sublessees filing an application/notification must answer Item 154. The FCC cannot grant
an application/notification if the Lessee/Sublessee or Post-Transfer Lessee/Sublessee is a foreign government or the
representative of a foreign government. Therefore, if the true and correct answer to Item 154 is ‘Y’, the Lessee/Sublessee or
Post-Transfer Lessee/Sublessee is not eligible to enter into a Lease and the FCC will dismiss the application/notification, if
filed, without further consideration.
Items 155-156 The FCC cannot grant an authorization to provide common carrier service to any Lessee/Sublessee or PostTransfer Lessee/Sublessee for which the true and correct answer to either of Items 155 or 156 is ‘Y’. Any Applicant that
answers ‘Y’ to either of Items 155 or 156 must provide an attachment explaining why the Lease(s) that is the subject of the
application/notification is exempt from the prohibitions contained in § 310(b)(1)-(2) of the Communications Act, 47 U.S.C. §
310(b)(1)-(2). The FCC will otherwise dismiss the application/notification without further consideration.
Item 157 Enter ‘Y’ if the Lessee/Sublessee or Post-Transfer Lessee/Sublessee is a corporation of which more than one-fifth of
the capital stock is owned of record or voted by aliens or their representatives, or by a foreign government or representative
thereof, or by any corporation organized under the laws of a foreign country. Otherwise, enter ‘N’. If the answer is ‘Y’, and if
the Lease(s) that is the subject of the application/notification allows for the provision of a common carrier service, it is
necessary for the Lessee/Sublessee or Post-Transfer Lessee/Sublessee to have or obtain Commission approval. See 47
CFR § 1.990(a)(2). See also Secondary Markets First Report and Order, 18 FCC Rcd at 20653, 20665-66, paras. 110, 143.
While Section 310(b)(3) of the Communications Act prohibits foreign individuals, governments, and corporations from owning
more than 20 percent of the capital stock of a broadcast, common carrier, aeronautical en route, and aeronautical fixed radio
station licensee, the Commission has determined that it will not apply the 20 percent limit to common carrier licensees in which
the foreign investment is held in the licensee through U.S.-organized entities that do not control the licensee, to the extent the
Commission determines such foreign ownership is consistent with the public interest. In making a public interest determination,
the Commission applies the same policies and procedures that it applies in reviewing foreign ownership that is subject to
Section 310(b)(4) of the Communications Act. The Commission adopted this Section 310(b)(3) “forbearance” approach in
the Foreign Ownership First Report and Order, IB Docket No. 11-133, 27 FCC Rcd 9832 (2012). The Commission codified the
forbearance approach in the Foreign Ownership Second Report and Order, 28 FCC Rcd at 5759-63, paras. 30-37.
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The Commission’s Section 310(b)(3) forbearance approach applies only to foreign equity and voting interests that are held, or
would be held, in the common carrier Lessee/Sublessee or Post-Transfer Lessee/Sublessee through one or more intervening
U.S.-organized entities that do not control the Lessee/Sublessee or Post-Transfer Lessee/Sublessee. Foreign equity and/or
voting interests that are held, or would be held, directly in the Lessee/Sublessee or Post-Transfer Lessee/Sublessee, or
indirectly other than through an intervening U.S.-organized entity, are not subject to the Commission’s Section 310(b)(3)
forbearance approach and shall not be permitted to exceed 20 percent equity or voting interests.
Accordingly, any Lessee/Sublessee or Post-Transfer Lessee/Sublessee that answers ‘Y’ to Item 157 must provide an attachment
consisting of one of the showings specified in (i), (ii), or (iii) below. The FCC will otherwise dismiss the application/notification
without further consideration.
(i) A demonstration that the subject Lease(s) is exempt from the provisions of Section 310(b)(3);
(ii) A statement that the Lessee/Sublessee or Post-Transfer Lessee/Sublessee has received prior Commission approval of its
foreign ownership pursuant to the Commission’s Section 310(b)(3) forbearance approach, citation(s) to the relevant declaratory
ruling(s) received by the Lessee/Sublessee or Post-Transfer Lessee/Sublessee (i.e., DA or FCC Number, FCC Record citation if
available, and release date), and a statement specifying that the Lessee/Sublessee or Post-Transfer Lessee/Sublessee is in
compliance with the terms and conditions of its ruling and with the Commission’s Rules; or
(iii) A copy of a petition for declaratory ruling filed pursuant to Section 1.990(a)(2) of the Commission’s Rules, 47 CFR §
1.990(a)(2), requesting Commission approval of the Lessee/Sublessee or Post-Transfer Lessee/Sublessee’s foreign ownership,
held through one or more intervening U.S.-organized entities that hold non-controlling equity and/or voting interests in the
Lessee/Sublessee or Post-Transfer Lessee/Sublessee, along with any foreign interests held in the Lessee/Sublessee or PostTransfer Lessee/Sublessee directly (which shall not exceed 20 percent of its equity interests and/or 20 percent of its voting
interests). The petition may be filed electronically on the Internet through the International Bureau Filing System (IBFS) and
shall otherwise comport with the requirements of Sections 1.990 through 1.994 of the Commission’s Rules, 47 CFR §§ 1.9901.994.
With respect to the showing specified in (ii) above, a Lessee/Sublessee or Post-Transfer Lessee/Sublessee that is relying on a
foreign ownership ruling(s) issued to an “affiliate” pursuant to the Commission’s Section 310(b)(3) forbearance approach and
Section 1.990(a)(2) of the Rules shall include in its showing a certification signed by the affiliate, a U.S.-organized successorin-interest formed as part of a pro forma reorganization, or a controlling parent company, stating that the affiliate or successorin-interest is in compliance with the terms and conditions of the foreign ownership ruling(s) and the Commission’s Rules. See
47 CFR § 1.994(b). See also 47 CFR § 1.990(d)(2) (defining the term “affiliate” for purposes of Sections 1.990-1.994 of the
Rules).
Item 158a Enter ‘Y’ if the Lessee/Sublessee or Post-Transfer Lessee/Sublessee is directly or indirectly controlled by any other
U.S.-organized entity of which more than one-fourth of the capital stock is owned of record or voted by aliens or their
representatives, or by a foreign government or representative thereof, or by any corporation organized under the laws of a
foreign country. Otherwise, enter ‘N’. If the answer is ‘Y’, and if the Lease(s) that is the subject of the application/notification
allows for the provision of a common carrier service, it is necessary for the Lessee/Sublessee or Post-Transfer
Lessee/Sublessee to have or obtain Commission approval of the foreign ownership of its direct and/or indirect controlling U.S.organized parent company(ies) pursuant to Section 310(b)(4) of the Communications Act, 47 U.S.C. § 310(b)(4). See 47
CFR § 1.990(a)(1); Foreign Ownership Second Report and Order, 28 FCC Rcd at 5759-63, paras. 30-37. See also Secondary
Markets First Report and Order, 18 FCC Rcd at 20653, 20665 - 66, paras. 110, 143.
Accordingly, any Lessee/Sublessee or Post-Transfer Lessee/Sublessee that answers ‘Y’ to Item 158a must provide an
attachment consisting of one of the showings specified in (i), (ii), or (iii) below. The FCC will otherwise dismiss the
application/notification without further consideration.
(i) A demonstration that the subject Lease(s) is exempt from the provisions of Section 310(b)(4);
(ii) A statement that the Lessee/Sublessee or Post-Transfer Lessee/Sublessee has received prior Commission approval of the
foreign ownership of its direct and/or indirect controlling U.S. parent company(ies) pursuant to Section 310(b)(4), citation(s) to
the relevant declaratory ruling(s) received by the Lessee/Sublessee or Post-Transfer Lessee/Sublessee (i.e., DA or FCC
Number, FCC Record citation if available, and release date), and a statement specifying that the Lessee/Sublessee or PostTransfer Lessee/Sublessee is in compliance with the terms and conditions of its ruling and with the Commission’s Rules; or
(iii) A copy of a petition for declaratory ruling filed pursuant to Section 1.990(a)(1) of the Commission’s Rules, 47 CFR
§ 1.990(a)(1), requesting Commission approval of the foreign ownership of its direct and/or indirect controlling U.S.-organized
parent company(ies). The petition may be filed electronically on the Internet through the International Bureau Filing System

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(IBFS) and shall otherwise comport with the requirements of Sections 1.990 through 1.994 of the Commission’s Rules, 47
CFR §§ 1.990-1.994.
With respect to the showing specified in (ii) above, a Lessee/Sublessee or Post-Transfer Lessee/Sublessee that is relying on a
foreign ownership ruling(s) issued to an “affiliate” pursuant to Section 310(b)(4) of the Act and Section 1.990(a)(1) of the Rules
shall include in its showing a certification signed by the affiliate, a U.S.-organized successor-in-interest formed as part of a pro
forma reorganization, or a controlling parent company, stating that the affiliate or successor-in-interest is in compliance with the
terms and conditions of the foreign ownership ruling(s) and the Commission’s Rules. See 47 CF R § 1.994(b). See also §
1.990(d)(2) (defining the term “affiliate” for purposes of §§ 1.990-1.994 of the Rules).
Item 158b A Lessee/Sublessee or Post-Transfer Lessee/Sublessee that has answered ‘Y’ to Item 157 and/or Item 158a is
required to respond to Item 158b. Item 158b has two purposes. First, Item 158b enables the FCC to determine whether the
Lessee/Sublessee or Post-Transfer Lessee/Sublessee has attached to its application/notification the appropriate foreign
ownership showing required by the Commission’s Foreign Ownership Second Report and Order, 28 FCC Rcd 5741, and the
foreign ownership rules adopted in that Order, 47 CFR §§ 1.990-1.994. See Main Form Instructions for Item 157 and Item 158a.
Second, Item 158b enables the FCC to determine whether the application/notification may be eligible for the “immediate
approval” procedures in Sections 1.9030(e) or 1.9035(e) of the Rules, 47 CFR §§ 1.9030(e) and 1.9035(e), or for the
“immediate processing” procedures in Section 1.9020(e) of the Rules, 47 CFR § 1.9020(e).
The application/notification may be eligible for the Commission’s immediate approval/immediate processing procedures if the
Lessee/Sublessee or Post-Transfer Lessee/Sublessee is able to select the first or second option in Item 158b. Specifically, the
application/notification may be eligible for the Commission’s immediate approval/immediate processing procedures where the
Lessee/Sublessee or Post-Transfer Lessee/Sublessee is able to certify that: (1) it is exempt from the provisions of Section
310(b); or (2) it has received a declaratory ruling(s) approving its foreign ownership, and the application/notification involves
only the acquisition/use of additional spectrum for the provision of a wireless service in a geographic coverage area for which
the Lessee/Sublessee or Post-Transfer Lessee/Sublessee has been previously authorized. See Foreign Ownership Second
Report and Order, 28 FCC Rcd at 5792-93, 5799, paras. 96, 110.

Basic Qualification Information
Basic Qualification Questions
Items 159-161 These items enable the FCC to determine whether a Transferee/Lessee/Sublessee is eligible to
lease/sublease spectrum or control a Lessee/Sublessee. Transferees/Lessees/Sublessees do not have to answer these
questions if they are filing FCC Form 608 for a revision of the terms of an existing Lease/Sublease. If the answer to any one
or more of Items 159-161 is ‘Y’, attach as an exhibit a statement explaining the circumstances and a statement giving the
reasons why the Transferee/Lessee/Sublessee believes that grant of the application/notification would be in the public interest
notwithstanding the actual or alleged misconduct. If the Transferee/Lessee/Sublessee responds ‘Y’ to any question and has
previously provided a statement and explanation regarding the circumstances as an attachment to a prior
application/notification filed in ULS, and the facts and circumstances are unchanged, the Transferee/Lessee/Sublessee may
refer to the previous application/notification by identifying the application/notification file number and indicating the disposition
of the prior application/notification.

Licensee Certification Statements
By signing this form, the Licensee certifies that the statements listed in this section are true, complete, correct, and made in
good faith.
The Licensee Certification is required for Spectrum Manager Lease filings and for De Facto Transfer Lease filings for a New
Lease, Extend the Term of Lease, Extend the Term of a Sublease, or Cancel a Lease. The Licensee Certification must be
provided for Private Commons Arrangements of a License filings for a New, Modification, Extend the Term, or Cancel.
Items 162-165 These items must be completed. To be acceptable for filing, the Application/Notification (or Amendment or
Withdrawal of a pending application/notification) must be signed in accordance with Part 1 of the FCC rules. The party signing
must be a person authorized to sign the application/notification. For a Licensee filing electronically via ULS, the electronic
signature shall consist of the name of the person authorized to sign typed on the application/notification as a signature.
Applications for Subleases or Private Common Arrangements must be filed using the ECFS non-docketed filing portal with the
category of Inbox 1.913 Universal Licensing System Adjunct (Fee may be required) .

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Lessee Certification Statements
By signing this form, the Lessee certifies that the statements listed in this section are true, complete, correct, and made in
good faith. General Certification (9) is required for applications with licenses for spectrum that is required by Sections 6103,
6401-6403 of the Middle Class Tax Relief and Job Creation Act of 2012, codified at 47 U.S.C. §§ 309, 1413, 1451-1452, to be
assigned by a system of competitive bidding under 47 U.S.C. § 309(j) (e.g., radio service AH (AWS-H Block, 1915-1920 MHz
and 1995-2000 MHz), radio service AT (AWS-3, 1695-1710 MHz, 1755-1780 MHz, and 2155-2180 MHz), and radio service WT
(600 MHz band)). For purposes of this certification, the term “reasons of national security” means matters relating to the national
defense and foreign relations of the United States.
The Lessee Certification is required for Spectrum Manager Lease filings and for De Facto Transfer Lease filings for a New
Lease, New Sublease, Extend the Term of a Lease, Extend the Term of Sublease, Cancel a Sublease, Administrative Update
of a Lease, or a Modification of a Lease. The Lessee Certification must be provided for Private Commons Arrangements of a
Lease filings for a New, Modification, Extend the Term, or Cancel.
Items 166-169 These items must be completed. To be acceptable for filing, the Application/Notification (or Amendment or
Withdrawal of a pending application/notification) must be signed in accordance with Part 1 of the FCC rules. The party signing
must be a person authorized to sign the application/notification . A paper original of any application/notification must bear an
original signature; neither a rubber-stamped nor photocopied signature is acceptable. For a Lessee filing electronically via
ULS, the electronic signature shall consist of the name of the person authorized to sign typed on the application/notification as
a signature. Applications/Notifications for Subleases or Private Common Arrangements must be filed manually and sent to the
appropriate address. The mailing address can be found under the Application Fees and Filing Locations section found on
page 8 of the instructions.

Sublessee Certification Statements
By signing this form, the Sublessee certifies that the statements listed in this section are true, complete, correct, and made in
good faith. General Certification (9) is required for applications with licenses for spectrum that is required by Sections 6103,
6401-6403 of the Middle Class Tax Relief and Job Creation Act of 2012, codified at 47 U.S.C. §§ 309, 1413, 1451-1452, to be
assigned by a system of competitive bidding under 47 U.S.C. § 309(j) (e.g., radio service AH (AWS-H Block, 1915-1920 MHz
and 1995-2000 MHz), radio service AT (AWS-3, 1695-1710 MHz, 1755-1780 MHz, and 2155-2180 MHz), and radio service WT
(600 MHz band)). For purposes of this certification, the term “reasons of national security” means matters relating to the national
defense and foreign relations of the United States.
The Sublessee Certification is required for Spectrum Manager Lease filings and for De Facto Transfer Lease filings for a New
Sublease, Extend the Term of a Sublease, Administrative Update of a Sublease, or a Modification of a Sublease. The
Sublessee Certification must be provided for Private Commons Arrangements of a Sublease filings for a New, Modification,
Extend the Term, or Cancel.
Items 170-173 These items must be completed. To be acceptable for filing, the Application/Notification (or Amendment or
Withdrawal of a pending application/notification) must be signed in accordance with Part 1 of the FCC rules. The party signing
must be a person authorized to sign the application/notification . Applications/Notifications for Subleases or Private Common
Arrangements must be using the ECFS non-docketed filing portal with the category of Inbox 1.913 Universal Licensing
System Adjunct (Fee may be required).

Transferee Certification Statements
By signing this form, the Transferee certifies that the statements listed in this section are true, complete, correct, and made in
good faith. General Certification (9) is required for applications with licenses for spectrum that is required by Sections 6103,
6401-6403 of the Middle Class Tax Relief and Job Creation Act of 2012, codified at 47 U.S.C. §§ 309, 1413, 1451-1452, to be
assigned by a system of competitive bidding under 47 U.S.C. § 309(j) (e.g., radio service AH (AWS-H Block, 1915-1920 MHz
and 1995-2000 MHz), radio service AT (AWS-3, 1695-1710 MHz, 1755-1780 MHz, and 2155-2180 MHz), and radio service WT
(600 MHz band)). For purposes of this certification, the term “reasons of national security” means matters relating to the national
defense and foreign relations of the United States.
The Transferee Certification is required for all applications/notifications for a Transfer of Control of a Lessee or Transfer of
Control of a Sublessee.
Items 174-177 These items must be completed. To be acceptable for filing, the Application/Notification (or Amendment or
Withdrawal of a pending application/notification) must be signed in accordance with Part 1 of the FCC rules. The party signing
must be a person authorized to sign the application/notification. For a Transferee filing electronically via ULS, the electronic
signature shall consist of the name of the person authorized to sign typed on the application/notification as a signature.
Applications/Notifications for Subleases must be filed using the ECFS non-docketed filing portal with the category of Inbox
1.913 Universal Licensing System Adjunct (Fee may be required) .
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Transferor Certification Statements
By signing this form, the Transferor certifies that the statements listed in this section are true, complete, correct, and made in
good faith.
The Transferor Certification is required for all applications/notifications for a Transfer of Control of a Lessee or Transfer of
Control of a Sublessee.
Items 178-181 These items must be completed. To be acceptable for filing, the Application/Notification (or Amendment or
Withdrawal of a pending application/notification) must be signed in accordance with Part 1 of the FCC rules. The party signing
must be a person authorized to sign the application/notification. For a Transferor filing electronically via ULS, the electronic
signature shall consist of the name of the person authorized to sign typed on the application/notification as a signature.
Applications/Notifications for Subleases must be filed using the ECFS non-docketed filing portal with the category of Inbox
1.913 Universal Licensing System Adjunct (Fee may be required) .
.

Private Commons Manager Certification Statements
By signing this form, the Private Commons Manager certifies that the statements listed in this section are true, complete,
correct, and made in good faith. General Certification (9) is required for applications for licenses for spectrum that is required
by Sections 6103, 6401-6403 of the Middle Class Tax Relief and Job Creation Act of 2012, codified at 47 U.S.C. §§ 309, 1413,
1451-1452, to be assigned by a system of competitive bidding under 47 U.S.C. § 309(j) (e.g., radio service AH (AWS-H Block,
1915-1920 MHz and 1995-2000 MHz), radio service AT (AWS-3, 1695-1710 MHz, 1755-1780 MHz, and 2155-2180 MHz), and
radio service WT (600 MHz band)). For purposes of this certification, the term “reasons of national security” means matters
relating to the national defense and foreign relations of the United States.
The Private Commons Manager Certification is required for all Notifications for a Private Commons Arrangement.
Items 182-185 These items must be completed. To be acceptable for filing, the Application/Notification (or Amendment or
Withdrawal of a pending application/notification) must be signed in accordance with Part 1 of the FCC rules. The party signing
must be a person authorized to sign the application/notification . Applications/Notifications for Private Common Arrangements
must be filed using the ECFS non-docketed filing portal with the category of Inbox 1.913 Universal Licensing System
Adjunct (Fee may be required).

License Authorization(s) or Identifiers (pertaining to Lease(s)/Sublease(s)/Private
Commons) Associated with the Spectrum To Be Included in the Filing
Items 186-192 In every Application/Notification, list the Call Sign(s) or Lease Identifier(s) of the License(s), Lease(s), or
Sublease(s) that are associated with the spectrum included in the Application/Notification. There must be at least one Call Sign,
Lease Identifier, or Sublease Identifier entered in the column designated as Item 186. For example, if the filing is for a new
Lease and the spectrum involved in the Lease is associated with three different Call Signs, all three call signs must be
provided. Likewise, if the filing is for a new Sublease, each Lease Identifier must be provided. Additionally, if the
Application/Notification is to revise existing Lease/Sublease terms, each Lease/Sublease Identifier must be provided.
In addition, if this is an Application/Notification for New Lease for a site-based License and the Lease does not encompass the
entire License, use this section to identify the specific locations/paths to be leased (complete Items 188-192, as appropriate).
Item 186 In this item, list the Call Sign(s), Lease Identifier(s), or Private Commons Identifier(s) of the authorizations, as
appropriate, that are associated with the Lease/Sublease/Private Commons Arrangement. Call signs are located on FCC
Authorizations. Lease/Sublease Identifiers are located on Lease Arrangement Letters.
Item 187 In this column, list the Radio Service Code of the Call Sign or Lease/Sublease/Private Commons Identifier. The Radio
Service Code is a 2-letter code and is located on FCC authorizations and Lease Arrangement Letters.
Site-based authorizations only (To be completed only when the type of filing in Item 2a is a “New Lease.”)
Item 188 If the Lease does not encompass the entire License, in this item, list the location numbers associated with the
spectrum to be leased (non-Microwave Site-based Services only). Location numbers are located on FCC authorizations.
Note:

Providing locations without specifying which specific frequencies are to be leased for that location will result
in all frequencies at that location being associated with the spectrum to be leased. Use Items 191 and 192
to specify which (if any) specific frequencies are to be included in the Lease.
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Item 189 If the Lease does not encompass the entire License, in this item, list the path numbers to be included in the Lease
(Microwave Site-based Services only). Path numbers are located on FCC authorizations.
Note:

Providing paths without specifying which specific frequencies are to be leased for that path will result in all
frequencies on that path being associated with the spectrum to be leased. Use Items 191 and 192 to
specify which (if any) specific frequencies are to be included in the Lease.

Item 190 If the Lease does not encompass the entire License or all frequencies at a particular location or path, in this item list
the frequency number to be included in the Lease. Frequency numbers are located on FCC authorizations.
Item 191 and 192 If the Lease does not encompass the entire License or all frequencies at a particular location or path, in
these items, list the frequencies, in Megahertz (MHz), to be included in the Lease. Enter the lower frequency of a frequency
band in Item 191. If applicable, enter the upper frequency of a frequency band in Item 192. Frequencies are located on FCC
authorizations.
Note: Listing Call Signs associated with site-based licenses without specifying specific locations, paths (Microwave Services
only), or frequencies will result in all locations, paths, and frequencies for that Call Sign being associated with the spectrum
to be leased/subleased . Use Item 188 to specify which (if any) specific locations are to be included in the Lease/Sublease.
Use Item 189 to specify which (if any) specific paths (Microwave Services only) are to be included in the Lease/Sublease. Use
Items 190 and 192 to specify which (if any) specific frequencies are to be included in the Lease/Sublease.

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Appendix I
STATE TABLE
Abbreviations for States, Jurisdictions, and Areas
AL
AK
AZ
AR
CA
CO
CT
DE
DC
FL
GA
GM
HI
ID
IL
IN
IA
KS
KY
LA
ME
MD
MA
MI
MN
MS
MO
MT
NE
NV
NH
NJ
NM
NY
NC

Alabama
Alaska
Arizona
Arkansas
California
Colorado
Connecticut
Delaware
District of Columbia
Florida
Georgia
Gulf of Mexico
Hawaii
Idaho
Illinois
Indiana
Iowa
Kansas
Kentucky
Louisiana
Maine
Maryland
Massachusetts
Michigan
Minnesota
Mississippi
Missouri
Montana
Nebraska
Nevada
New Hampshire
New Jersey
New Mexico
New York
North Carolina

ND
OH
OK
OR
PA
RI
SC
SD
TN
TX
UT
VT
VA
WA
WV
WI
WY
AS
GU
MP
PR
UM

VI
AA
AE
AP

North Dakota
Ohio
Oklahoma
Oregon
Pennsylvania
Rhode Island
South Carolina
South Dakota
Tennessee
Texas
Utah
Vermont
Virginia
Washington
West Virginia
Wisconsin
Wyoming
American Samoa
Guam
Northern Mariana Islands
Puerto Rico
U.S. Territories: (Baker Island, Howland Island,
Jarvis Island, Johston Atoll, Kingman Reef,
Midway Island, Navassa Island, Palmyra Atoll
and Wake Island)
Virgin Islands
Armed Forces-Americas (excluding Canada)
Armed Forces-Europe, Middle East,
Africa, Canada
Armed Forces-Pacific

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FCC Form 608
Main Form

FCC Application or Notification for Spectrum Leasing Arrangement/
3060-1058
Notification of a Private Commons Arrangement
See
608
Main
Form
Instructions
Wireless Telecommunications Bureau
For public burden estimate
Public Safety and Homeland Security Bureau

General Information
Application/Notification Purpose
1a) Purpose of Filing (Select only one):
(

) LN – New

(

) LM – Modification

(

) LU – Administrative Update

(

) LT – Transfer of Control

(

) LE – Extend the Term

(

) LC – Cancel

(

) LI – Light Touch Leasing Certification

(

) AM – Amendment

(

) WD –Withdraw

1b) If this filing is for an Amendment (AM) or Withdrawal (WD), enter the File Number of the pending
Application/Notification currently on file with the FCC.

File Number:

Classification of Filing
For Leases/Subleases Only
2a) Classification of Filing (Select only one):
(
(

2b) Type of Filing

) ML – Spectrum Manager Lease

(

) L – Lease

(

) S – Sublease (Must be filed manually)

) TL – De Facto Transfer Lease

For Private Commons Arrangements Only (Must be filed Manually)
2c) This filing will be a Private Commons Arrangement pursuant to a (Select
only one):

2d) If a Private Commons Arrangement pursuant to a Lease or
Sublease, choose the legal type (Select only one):

) N— License

(

) M –Spectrum Manager

(

) L— Lease

(

) T –De Facto Transfer

(

) S— Sublease

Term of Lease/Sublease
3) Indicate whether the existing Lease/Sublease is:

(

) Long-Term

or

(

) Short-Term

Other Wireless Licenses
4a) Is this filing part of a series of filings involving other wireless license(s) or lease(s) held by the Applicant,
affiliates of the Licensee (e.g., parents, subsidiaries, or commonly-controlled entities), or third parties that
are not included on this filing and for which Commission approval or notification is required?

(

) Yes No

4b) If the answer to 4a is ‘Y’, is this filing the lead Application/Notification?

(

) Yes No

4c) If the answer to 4a is ‘Y’ and the answer to 4b is ‘N’, provide the File Number of the lead
Application/Notification.

File Number:

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Attachments
5) Are attachments (other than associated schedules) being filed with this Application/Notification?

(

) Yes No

(

) Yes No

(

) Yes No

(

) Yes No

Fees and Waivers
Exemption from Application Fees
6) Is the Applicant exempt from FCC application fees?

If the answer to 6 is ‘Y’, attach an exhibit demonstrating how the applicant is exempt from FCC
application fees.

Waiver/Deferral of Fees
7) Is a waiver/deferral of the FCC application fees being requested?

If the answer to 7 is ‘Y’, attach a date-stamped copy of the request for waiver/deferral of the FCC application
fees.

Waiver of Commission Rules
8a) Does this filing include a request for waiver of the Commission’s Rules (other than a request for application
fee waivers)?
If the answer to 8a is ‘Y’, attach an exhibit specifying the rule section(s) for which a waiver is being
requested and including a justification for the waiver request.
8b) If the answer to 8a is ‘Y’, enter the number of rule sections involved.

Number of Rule Sections:

Regulatory Status and Offerings
Radio Service Offerings
9) The Applicant will provide the following type(s) of radio service offerings (select all that apply):
(

) Common Carrier

(

) Non-common Carrier

) Private, internal communications

(

) Broadcast Services

All entities that are planning to use the leased spectrum for telecommunications services should select common carrier in thi s item. The term
‘telecommunications service’ means the offering of telecommunications (i.e., the transmission, between or among points specif ied by the user, of
information of the user's choosing, without change in the form or content of the information as s ent and received) for a fee directly to the public, or to such
classes of users as to be effectively available directly to the public, regardless of the facilities used. Non -common carriers do not hold themselves out
indiscriminately for hire as carriers of communications provided by the customer. A person engaged in radio broadcasting shall not, insofar as such
person is so engaged, be deemed a common carrier. Thus, those entities meeting this definition would select non - common carrier for this item. Private
internal users are those entities that utilize telecommunications services purely for internal business purposes or public sa fety communications and not on
a for-hire or for-profit basis. Such entities should select ‘Private’ for this item. The term ‘Broadcast Services’ shall have the same meaning as that for
“broadcasting” in § 3(6) of the Communications Act of 1934, i.e., the dissemination of radio communications intended to be re ceived by the public, directly
or by the intermediary of relay stations.” 47 U.S.C. § 153(6).
If the Applicant is modifying the type of radio service offerings it provides, please provide an exhibit explaining the modif ication.

Radio Service
10) The Applicant will provide the following type(s) of radio service (select all that apply):
(

) Fixed

(

) Mobile

(

) Radiolocation

(

11) Does the Applicant propose to provide service interconnected to the public telephone network?

) Satellite (sound)

(

) Broadcast Services
(

) Yes No

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Designated Entity Information

(If the answer to 12a, 12b or 12c is ‘Y’, Schedule A must be completed.)

Bidding Credits
12a) Does this filing involve any spectrum associated with any licenses that were awarded with bidding credits
within the last five years?

(

) Yes No

If the response to this item is ‘Y’, the licenses may be subject to the FCC’s unjust enrichment rules, and the
Applicant should answer relevant bidding credit questions.

Closed Bidding
12b) Does this filing involve any spectrum associated with any licenses that were originally granted pursuant to
closed bidding within the last five years?

(

) Yes No

(

) Yes No

If the response to this item is ‘Y’, the Applicant should answer relevant closed bidding questions.

Competition-Related Information
13) Does this filing involve a license authorization or Spectrum Lease/Sublease that may be used to provide
interconnected mobile voice and/or data services that would create a geographic overlap with another license
authorization(s) or spectrum leasing arrangement(s), that also could be used to provide interconnected mobile
voice and/or data services, in which the Applicant already holds attributable interests, as defined in Section
20.22(b) of the Commission’s Rules, either as a licensee or spectrum lessee/sublessee?
If ‘Y’, specify in an exhibit all geographic areas/markets (e.g., BTA, CMA, county, etc.) where there are
spectrum overlaps and the total amount of spectrum that the Assignee/Transferee will hold and/or lease in
each geographic area/market.
14) If the answer to Item 13 is ‘Y’, would/does this application for a spectrum leasing or subleasing arrangement
reduce the number of entities providing service in the affected market(s)?

(

) Yes No

15a) Will the requested facilities be used to provide multichannel video programming service?

(

) Yes No

15b) If the answer to 15a is ‘Y’, does the Applicant operate, control or have an attributable interest (as defined in
Section 27.1202 of the Commission’s Rules) in a cable television system whose franchise area is located
within the geographic service area of the requested facilities?

(

) Yes No

(

) Yes No

(

) Yes No

Broadband Radio Service and Educational Broadband Service Information

If ‘Y’, provide an exhibit explaining how the Applicant (Lessee/Sublessee) complies with Section 27.1202
of the Commission’s Rules or justifying a waiver of that rule. If a waiver of the Commission’s Rule(s) is
being requested, 8a must be answered ‘Y’.
16) Does the Applicant comply with the programming requirements contained in Section 27.1203 of the
Commission’s Rules?
If ‘N’, provide an exhibit explaining how the Applicant complies with Section 27.1203 of the Commission’s
Rules or justifying a waiver of that rule. If a waiver of the Commission’s Rule(s) is being requested, 8a must
be answered ‘Y’.

Part 90 Public Safety Services
Eligibility
17) Is the Applicant a public safety entity or otherwise an entity that will use the leased spectrum to provide
communications in support of public safety operations pursuant to Section 90.523 of the Commission’s
Rules?

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600 MHz Band Information
18) Is the spectrum leasing/subleasing arrangement for a term of one year or more (either initially or cumulatively)
and involves any licenses in the 600 MHz Band initially granted in the last six years that would, if leased, create
a geographic overlap with another licenses(s) in which the Lessee/Sublessee already holds attributable
interests, as defined in Section 20.22(b) of the Commission’s Rules, either as a licensee or spectrum
Lessee/Sublessee, and that would result in the Lessee/Sublessee holding an attributable interest , as defined
in Section 20.22(b) of the Commission’s Rules, in one-third or more of the total suitable and available below1-GHz spectrum as calculated on a county-by-county population-weighted basis in the relevant license area,
utilizing 2010 U.S. Census data?

(

) Yes No

(

) Yes No

The initial grant date is the date that the license was originally granted by the Commission after a n auction,
even if the license was acquired in the secondary market. The initial grant date is not the date on which the
Commission granted an assignment or transfer of control of the license.
If ‘Y’, provide an exhibit detailing the proposed spectrum leasing/subleasing exchange of 600 MHz band
spectrum in the same market(s), including a list of all file numbers for applications associated with the proposed
spectrum leasing arrangement exchange, or describing the pro forma nature of the spectrum leasing
arrangement, as appropriate.

19) Is the spectrum leasing/subleasing arrangement for a term of one year or more (either initially or cumulatively)
and involves any licenses that were initially granted as reserved spectrum licenses in the 600 MHz Band in
the last six years? Otherwise, enter ‘N’.
The initial grant date is the date that the license was originally granted by the Commission after an auction,
even if the license was acquired in the secondary market. The initial grant date is not the date on which the
Commission granted an assignment or transfer of control of the license.
If ‘Y’, provide an exhibit demonstrating how the Lessee/Sublessee would have qualified to bid on that reserved
spectrum license(s) in Auction 1002 as of the FCC Form 175 filing deadline (February 10, 2016) for Auction
1002, the forward auction of the Broadcast Incentive Auction.

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Licensee Information
FRN
20) FCC Registration Number:

Entity
21) Licensee is a(n) (Select One):
(
)Individual (
)Unincorporated Association

(

)General Partnership

(

)Government Entity

)Limited Partnership

)Corporation (

)Limited Liability Company

)Limited Liability Partnership

)Other:

Licensee Name
22) Licensee Name (if entity):
23) Licensee Name (if individual):

First:

MI:

Last:

Suffix:

24) Attention To:

Address
25) P.O. Box:

And
/Or

26) Street Address:

27) City:

28) State:

30) Telephone Number:

29) Zip Code:

31) FAX Number:

32) E-Mail Address:

33) Demographics (Optional):
Race:
(
)American Indian or Alaska Native

Ethnicity:
(
)Hispanic or Latino
(

(

)Asian

(

)Black or African-American

(

)Native Hawaiian or Other Pacific Islander

(

)White

)Not Hispanic or Latino

Gender:
(
)Male
(

)Female

Licensee Contact Information
Contact Name (if other than Licensee)

(

) Check here if same as Licensee Information

34) Name:

First:

MI:

Last:

Suffix:

35) Company Name:
36) Attention To:

Address
37) P.O. Box:
39) City:
42) Telephone Number:

And
/Or

38) Street Address:
40) State:

41) Zip Code:

43) FAX Number:

44) E-Mail Address:

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Lessee Information
FRN
45) FCC Registration Number:

Entity
46) Lessee is a(n) (Select One):
(
)Individual (
)Unincorporated Association
(

)General Partnership

(

)Government Entity

)Limited Partnership

)Corporation (

)Limited Liability Company

)Limited Liability Partnership

)Other:

Lessee Name
47) If the Lessee name is being updated, is the update a result of a change in ownership, corporate structure, or entity for
which proper Commission approval has not been received or proper notification not provided?”

(

) Yes No

48) Lessee Name (if entity):
49) Lessee Name (if individual):

First:

MI:

Last:

Suffix:

50) Attention To:

Name of Real Party in Interest
51) Name of Real Party in Interest:
52) FCC Registration Number (FRN):

Address
53) P.O. Box:

And
/Or

54) Street Address:

55) City:

56) State:

58) Telephone Number:

57) Zip Code:

59) FAX Number:

60) E-Mail Address:

61) Demographics (Optional):
Race:
(
)American Indian or Alaska Native

Ethnicity:
(
)Hispanic or Latino
(

(

)Asian

(

)Black or African-American

(

)Native Hawaiian or Other Pacific Islander

(

)White

)Not Hispanic or Latino

Gender:
(
)Male
(

)Female

Lessee Contact Information
Contact Name (if other than Lessee)

(

) Check here if same as Lessee Information
62) Name:

First:

MI:

Last:

Suffix:

63) Company Name:
64) Attention To:

Address
65) P.O. Box:
67) City:
70) Telephone Number:

And
/Or

66) Street Address:
68) State:

69) Zip Code:

71) FAX Number:

72) E-Mail Address:

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Sublessee Information
FRN
73) FCC Registration Number:

Entity
74) Sublessee is a(n) (Select One):
(
)Individual (
)Unincorporated Association
(

)General Partnership

(

)Government Entity

)Limited Partnership

)Corporation (

)Limited Liability Company

)Limited Liability Partnership

)Other:

Sublessee Name
75) If the Sublessee name is being updated, is the update a result of a change in ownership, corporate structure, or entity
for which proper Commission approval has not been received or proper notification not provided?

(

) Yes No

76) Sublessee Name (if entity):
77) Sublessee Name (if individual):

First:

MI:

Last:

Suffix:

78) Attention To:

Name of Real Party in Interest
79) Name of Real Party in Interest:
80) FCC Registration Number (FRN):

Address
81) P.O. Box:

And
/Or

82) Street Address:

83) City:

84) State:

86) Telephone Number:

85) Zip Code:

87) FAX Number:

88) E-Mail Address:

89) Demographics (Optional):
Race:
(
)American Indian or Alaska Native

Ethnicity:
(
)Hispanic or Latino
(

(

)Asian

(

)Black or African-American

(

)Native Hawaiian or Other Pacific Islander

(

)White

)Not Hispanic or Latino

Gender:
(
)Male
(

)Female

Sublessee Contact Information
Contact Name (if other than Sublessee)

(

) Check here if same as Sublessee Information
90) Name:

First:

MI:

Last:

Suffix:

91) Company Name:
92) Attention To:

Address
93) P.O. Box:
95) City:
98) Telephone Number:

And
/Or

94) Street Address:
96) State:

97) Zip Code:

99) FAX Number:

100) E-Mail Address:

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Transferee Information
FRN
101) FCC Registration Number:

Entity
102) Transferee is a(n) (Select One):
(
)Individual (
)Unincorporated Association
(

)General Partnership

(

)Government Entity

)Limited Partnership

)Corporation (

)Limited Liability Company

)Limited Liability Partnership

)Other:

Transferee Name
103) Transferee Name (if entity):
104) Transferee Name (if individual):

First:

MI:

Last:

Suffix:

105) Attention To:

Name of Real Party in Interest
106) Name of Real Party in Interest:
107) FCC Registration Number (FRN):

Address
108) P.O. Box:

And
/Or

109) Street Address:

110) City:

111) State:

113) Telephone Number:

112) Zip Code:

114) FAX Number:

115) E-Mail Address:

116) Demographics (Optional):
Race:
(
)American Indian or Alaska Native

Ethnicity:
(
)Hispanic or Latino
(

(

)Asian

(

)Black or African-American

(

)Native Hawaiian or Other Pacific Islander

(

)White

)Not Hispanic or Latino

Gender:
(
)Male
(

)Female

Transferee Contact Information
Contact Name (if other than Transferee)

(

) Check here if same as Transferee Information
117) Name:

First:

MI:

Last:

Suffix:

118) Company Name:
119) Attention To:

Address
120) P.O. Box:
122) City:
125) Telephone Number:

And
/Or

121) Street Address:
123) State:

124) Zip Code:

126) FAX Number:

127) E-Mail Address:

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Transferor Information
FRN
128) FCC Registration Number:

Entity
129) Transferor is a(n) (Select One):
(
)Individual (
)Unincorporated Association
(

)General Partnership

(

)Government Entity

)Limited Partnership

)Corporation (

)Limited Liability Company

)Limited Liability Partnership

)Other:

Transferor Name
130) Transferor Name (if entity):
131) Transferor Name (if individual):

First:

MI:

Last:

Suffix:

132) Attention To:

Address
And
/Or

133) P.O. Box:

134) Street Address:

135) City:

136) State:

138) Telephone Number:

137) Zip Code:

139) FAX Number:

140) E-Mail Address:

139) Demographics (Optional):
Race:
(
)American Indian or Alaska Native

Ethnicity:
(
)Hispanic or Latino
(

(

)Asian

(

)Black or African-American

(

)Native Hawaiian or Other Pacific Islander

(

)White

)Not Hispanic or Latino

Gender:
(
)Male
(

)Female

Transferor Contact Information
Contact Name (if other than Transferor)

(

) Check here if same as Transferor Information
140) Name:

First:

MI:

Last:

Suffix:

141) Company Name:
142) Attention To:

Address
143) P.O. Box:
145) City:
148) Telephone Number:

And
/Or

144) Street Address:
146) State:

147) Zip Code:

149) FAX Number:

150) E-Mail Address:

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Ownership Disclosure Information
FCC Form 602
153a) Is the Applicant required to file FCC Form 602, Ownership Disclosure Information for the Wireless
Telecommunications Services?
153b) If the answer to 151a is ‘Y’, provide the File Number of FCC Form 602 that has been filed in conjunction
with application or is already on file with the FCC.

(

) Yes No

File Number:

Alien Ownership Questions
Alien Ownership (If any answer is ‘Y”, provide an attachment explaining the circumstances. In preparing the attachment, refer to the
Main Form Instructions for the “Alien Ownership Questions”.)
154) Is the Lessee/Sublessee or Post-Transfer Lessee/Sublessee a foreign government or the representative of any
foreign government?

(

) Yes No

155) Is the Lessee/Sublessee or Post-Transfer Lessee/Sublessee an alien or the representative of an alien?

(

) Yes No

156) Is the Lessee/Sublessee or Post-Transfer Lessee/Sublessee a corporation organized under the laws of a foreign
government?

(

) Yes No

157) Is the Lessee/Sublessee or Post-Transfer Lessee/Sublessee a corporation of which more than one-fifth of the capital
stock is owned of record or voted by aliens or their representatives, or by a foreign government or representative
thereof, or by any corporation organized under the laws of a foreign country?

(

) Yes No

158a) Is the Lessee/Sublessee or Post-Transfer Lessee/Sublessee directly or indirectly controlled by any other corporation
of which more than one-fourth of the capital stock is owned of record or voted by aliens or their representatives,
or by a foreign government or representative thereof, or by any corporation organized under the laws of a foreign
country?

(

) Yes No

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158b) If the answer to 155 or 156a is ‘Y’ select one of the choices below.
The Lessee/Sublessee or Post-Transfer Lessee/Sublessee is exempt from the provisions of Section 310(b).
It is not necessary to file a petition for declaratory ruling if the Lessee/Sublessee or Post-Transfer Lessee/Sublessee includes in the attachment
required by Item 155 or Item 156a a showing that the subject Lease(s) is exempt from the provisions of Section 310(b).
The Lessee/Sublessee or Post-Transfer Lessee/Sublessee has received a declaratory ruling(s) approving its foreign ownership, and the
application/notification involves only the acquisition/use of additional spectrum for the provision of a wireless service in a geographic coverage
area for which the Lessee/Sublessee or Post-Transfer Lessee/Sublessee has been previously authorized.
If checked, include in the attachment required by Item 155 or Item 156a the citation(s) of the applicable declaratory ruling(s) by DA/FCC number,
the FCC Record citation, if available, release date, and a statement that there has been no change in the foreign ownership of the
Lessee/Sublessee or Post-Transfer Lessee/Sublessee since the issuance of its ruling.
The Lessee/Sublessee or Post-Transfer Lessee/Sublessee: (i) has received a declaratory ruling(s) approving its foreign ownership, but is not able
to make the certification specified immediately above; or (ii) is an “affiliate” of a Licensee or Lessee/SubLessee that received a declaratory ruling(s)
under Section 1.990(a) of the Commission’s Rules, 47 CFR § 1.990(a), and is relying on the affiliate’s ruling for purposes of filing this
application/notification as permitted under the affiliate’s ruling and Section 1.994(b) of the Rules, 47 CFR § 1.994(b).
If checked, and if the Lessee/Sublessee or Post-Transfer Lessee/Sublessee received its declaratory ruling(s) on or after August 9, 2013, include in
the attachment required by Item 155 or Item 156a the citation(s) of the Lessee/Sublessee or Post-Transfer Lessee/Sublessee’s declaratory
ruling(s) by DA/FCC number, the FCC Record citation, if available, release date, and a statement that the Lessee/Sublessee or Post-Transfer
Lessee/Sublessee is in compliance with the terms and conditions of its ruling and with the Commission’s Rules.
If checked, and if the Lessee/Sublessee or Post-Ttransfer Lessee/Sublessee received its declaratory ruling(s) prior to August 9, 2013, include in the
attachment required by Item 156a a copy of a petition for declaratory ruling filed contemporaneously with the Commission to extend the
Lessee/Sublessee or Post-Transfer Lessee/Sublessee’s existing ruling(s) to cover the same radio service(s) and geographic coverage area(s)
involved in the application/notificationm. Alternatively, the Lessee/Sublessee or Post-Transfer Lessee/Sublessee may request a new declaratory
ruling pursuant to Section 1.990(a) of the Commission’s Rules, 47 CFR § 1.990(a). Petitions for declaratory ruling may be filed electronically on the
Internet through the International Bureau Filing System (IBFS) (with a copy attached hereto).
If checked, and if the Lessee/Sublessee or Post-Transfer Lessee/Sublessee is relying on an affiliate’s ruling for purposes of filing this
application/notification, include in the attachment required by Item 155 or Item 156a the citation(s) of the applicable declaratory ruling(s) by
DA/FCC number, the FCC Record citation, if available, release date, and a statement that the Lessee/Sublessee or Post-Transfer
Lessee/Sublessee is in compliance with the terms and conditions of the named affiliate’s ruling and with the Commission’s Rules. The
Lessee/Sublessee or Post-Transfer Lessee/Sublessee must also include a certification of compliance signed by the named affiliate or other
qualified entity as specified in Section 1.994(b) of the Rules, 47 CFR § 1.994(b). See Main Form Instructions for Items 155 or 156a, as
applicable.
The Lessee/Sublessee or Post-Transfer Lessee/Sublessee has not received a declaratory ruling approving its foreign ownership and is requesting
a declaratory ruling under Section 1.990(a) of the Commission’s Rules, 47 CFR § 1.990(a), in a petition filed contemporaneously with the
Commission.
If checked, include in the attachment required by Item 155 or 156a a copy of the petition for declaratory ruling filed contemporaneously with the
Commission pursuant to Section 1.990(a) of the Commission’s Rules, 47 CFR § 1.990(a). Petitions for declaratory ruling may be filed
electronically on the Internet through the International Bureau Filing System (IBFS) (with a copy attached hereto).

Basic Qualification Information

Basic Qualification Questions (If any answer is ‘Y’, provide an attachment explaining the circumstances)
159) Has the Applicant or any party to this application had any FCC station authorization, license, or construction permit
revoked or had any application for an initial, modification, or renewal of FCC station authorization, license, or
construction permit denied by the Commission?

(

) Yes No

160) Has the Applicant or any party to this filing, or any party directly or indirectly controlling the Applicant or any party to
this filing ever been convicted of a felony by any state or federal court?

(

) Yes No

161) Has any court finally adjudged the Applicant or any party directly or indirectly controlling the Applicant guilty of
unlawfully monopolizing or attempting unlawfully to monopolize radio communication, directly or indirectly, through
control of manufacture or sale of radio apparatus, exclusive traffic arrangement, or any other means or unfair
methods of competition?

(

) Yes No

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Licensee Certification Statements
1)

The Licensee agrees that the Lease is not a sale or transfer of the license itself.

2)

The Licensee certifies that it will not consent to assignment of the Lease except to the extent such assignment complies with the Commission’s
Rules and Regulations.

3)

The Licensee certifies that it holds exclusive use rights to use the licensed spectrum.

4)

The Licensee certifies that it is not in default on any payment for Commission licenses and that it is not delinquent on any non-tax debt owed to
any federal agency.

The Licensee certifies that all of its statements made in this Application/Notification and in the schedules, exhibits, attachments, or
documents incorporated by reference are material, are part of this Application/Notification, and are true, complete, correct, and made in
good faith.

Type or Printed Name of Party Authorized to Sign
162) First Name:

MI:

Last Name:

Suffix:

163) Title:
164) Signature:

165) Date:

FAILURE TO SIGN THIS APPLICATION MAY RESULT IN DISMISSAL OF THE APPLICATION AND FORFEITURE OF ANY FEES PAID.
WILLFUL FALSE STATEMENTS MADE ON THIS FORM OR ANY ATTACHMENTS ARE PUNISHABLE BY FINE AND/OR IMPRISONMENT (U.S.
Code, Title 18, Section 1001) AND/OR REVOCATION OF ANY STATION LICENSE OR CONSTRUCTION PERMIT (U.S. Code, Title 47, Section
312(a)(1)), AND/OR FORFEITURE (U.S. Code, Title 47, Section 503).

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Lessee Certification Statements
1)

The Lessee agrees that the Lease is not a sale or transfer of the license itself.

2)

The Lessee acknowledges that it is required to comply with the Commission’s Rules and Regulations and other applicable law at all times, and
if the Lessee fails to so comply, the Lease/Sublease may be revoked, cancelled, or terminated by either the Licensee or the Commission.

3)

The Lessee certifies that neither it nor any other party to the Application/Notification is subject to a denial of Federal benefits pursuant to
Section 5301 of the Anti-Drug Abuse Act of 1988, 21 U.S.C. § 862, because of a conviction for possession or distribution of a controlled
substance. This certification does not apply to applications filed in services exempted under Section 1.2002(c) of the Commission’s Rules.
See Section 1.2002(b) of the Commission’s Rules for the definition of "party to the application" as used in this certification.

4)

The Lessee hereby accepts Commission oversight and enforcement consistent with the license and lease authorization. The Lessee
acknowledges that it must cooperate fully with any investigation or inquiry conducted either by the Commission or the Licensee, allow the
Commission or the Licensee to conduct on-site inspections of transmission facilities, and suspend operations at the direction of the
Commission or the Licensee and to the extent that such suspension of operation would be consistent with applicable Commission policies.

5)

The Lessee acknowledges that in the event an authorization held by a Licensee that has associated with it a spectrum leasing arrangement
that is the subject of this filing is revoked, cancelled, terminated, or otherwise ceases to be in effect, the Lessee will have no continuing
authority to use the leased spectrum and will be required to terminate its operations no later than the date on which the Licensee ceases to
have any authority to operate under the license, unless otherwise authorized by the Commission.

6)

The Lessee agrees the Lease shall not be assigned to any entity that is not eligible or qualified to enter into a spectrum leasing arrangement
under the Commission’s Rules and Regulations.

7)

The Lessee waives any claim to the use of any particular frequency or of the electromagnetic spectrum as against the regulatory power of the
United States because of the previous use of the same, whether by spectrum lease or otherwise.

8)

The Lessee certifies that it is not in default on any payment for Commission licenses and that it is not delinquent on any non-tax debt owed to
any federal agency.

9)

The Lessee certifies that it and all of the related individuals and entities required to be disclosed on this application and FCC Form 602 (FCC
Ownership Disclosure Information for the Wireless Telecommunications Services) are not person(s) who have been, for reasons of national
security, barred by any agency of the Federal Government from bidding on a contract, participating in an auction, or receiving a grant. This
certification applies only to applications for licenses for spectrum that is required by Sections 6103, 6401-6403 of the Middle Class Tax Relief
and Job Creation Act of 2012, codified at 47 U.S.C. §§ 309, 1413, 1451-1452, to be assigned by a system of competitive bidding under 47
U.S.C. § 309(j).

The Lessee certifies that all of its statements made in this Application/Notification and in the schedules, exhibits, attachments, or
documents incorporated by reference are material, are part of this Application/Notification, and are true, complete, correct, and made in
good faith.

Type or Printed Name of Party Authorized to Sign
166) First Name:

MI:

Last Name:

Suffix:

167) Title:
168) Signature:

169) Date:

FAILURE TO SIGN THIS APPLICATION MAY RESULT IN DISMISSAL OF THE APPLICATION AND FORFEITURE OF ANY FEES PAID.
WILLFUL FALSE STATEMENTS MADE ON THIS FORM OR ANY ATTACHMENTS ARE PUNISHABLE BY FINE AND/OR IMPRISONMENT (U.S.
Code, Title 18, Section 1001) AND/OR REVOCATION OF ANY STATION LICENSE OR CONSTRUCTION PERMIT (U.S. Code, Title 47, Section
312(a)(1)), AND/OR FORFEITURE (U.S. Code, Title 47, Section 503).

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Sublessee Certification Statements
1)

The Sublessee agrees that the Lease is not a, sale or transfer of the license itself.

2)

The Sublessee acknowledges that it is required to comply with the Commission’s Rules and regulations and other applicable law at all times,
and if the Sublessee fails to so comply, the Lease may be revoked, cancelled, or terminated by either the licensee or the Commission.

3)

The Sublessee certifies that neither it nor any other party to the Application/Notification is subject to a denial of Federal benefits pursuant to
Section 5301 of the Anti-Drug Abuse Act of 1988, 21 U.S.C. § 862, because of a conviction for possession or distribution of a controlled
substance. This certification does not apply to applications filed in services exempted under Section 1.2002(c) of the Commission’s Rule s. See
Section 1.2002(b) of the Commission’s Rules for the definition of "party to the application" as used in this certification.

4)

The Sublessee hereby accepts Commission oversight and enforcement consistent with the license authorization. The Sublessee
acknowledges that it must cooperate fully with any investigation or inquiry conducted either by the Commission or the Licensee, allow the
Commission or the licensee to conduct on-site inspections of transmission facilities, and suspend operations at the direction of the Commission
or the Licensee and to the extent that such suspension of operation would be consistent with the applicable Commission policies.

5)

The Sublessee acknowledges that in the event an authorization held by a Licensee that has entered into a spectrum leasing arrangement is
revoked, cancelled, terminated, or otherwise ceases to be in effect, the Sublessee will have no continuing authority to use the leased
spectrum and will be required to terminate its operations no later than the date on which the Licensee ceases to have any authority to operate
under the license, unless otherwise authorized by the Commission.

6)

The Sublessee agrees the Lease/Sublease shall not be assigned to any entity that is not eligible or qualified to enter into a spectrum leasing
arrangement under the Commission’s Rules and regulations.

7)

The Sublessee waives any claim to the use of any particular frequency or of the electromagnetic spectrum as against the regulatory power of
the United States because of the previous use of the same, whether by spectrum lease or otherwise.

8)

The Sublessee certifies that it is not in default on any payment for Commission licenses and that it is not delinquent on any non-tax debt owed
to any federal agency.

9)

The Sublessee certifies that it and all of the related individuals and entities required to be disclosed on this application and FCC Form 602
(FCC Ownership Disclosure Information for the Wireless Telecommunications Services) are not person(s) who have been, for reasons of
national security, barred by any agency of the Federal Government from bidding on a contract, participating in an auction, or receiving a grant.
This certification applies only to applications for licenses for spectrum that is required by Sections 6103, 6401-6403 of the Middle Class Tax
Relief and Job Creation Act of 2012, codified at 47 U.S.C. §§ 309, 1413, 1451-1452, to be assigned by a system of competitive bidding under
47 U.S.C. § 309(j).

The Sublessee certifies that all of its statements made in this Application/Notification and in the schedules, exhibits, attachments, or
documents incorporated by reference are material, are part of this Application/Notification, and are true, complete, correct, and made in good
faith.

Type or Printed Name of Party Authorized to Sign
170) First Name:

MI:

Last Name:

Suffix:

171) Title:
172) Signature:

173) Date:

FAILURE TO SIGN THIS APPLICATION MAY RESULT IN DISMISSAL OF THE APPLICATION AND FORFEITURE OF ANY FEES PAID.
WILLFUL FALSE STATEMENTS MADE ON THIS FORM OR ANY ATTACHMENTS ARE PUNISHABLE BY FINE AND/OR IMPRISONMENT (U.S.
Code, Title 18, Section 1001) AND/OR REVOCATION OF ANY STATION LICENSE OR CONSTRUCTION PERMIT (U.S. Code, Title 47, Section
312(a)(1)), AND/OR FORFEITURE (U.S. Code, Title 47, Section 503).

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Transferee Certification Statements
1)

The Transferee agrees that the Lease/Sublease is not a sale or transfer of the license itself.

2)

The Transferee acknowledges that it is required to comply with the Commission’s Rules and Regulations and other applicable law at all times,
and if the Transferee fails to so comply, the Lease/Sublease may be revoked, cancelled, or terminated by either the licensee or the
Commission.

3)

The Transferee certifies that neither it nor any other party to the Application/Notification is subject to a denial of Federal benefits pursuant to
Section 5301 of the Anti-Drug Abuse Act of 1988, 21 U.S.C. § 862, because of a conviction for possession or distribution of a controlled
substance. This certification does not apply to applications filed in services exempted under Section 1.2002(c) of the Commission’s Rule s. See
Section 1.2002(b) of the Commission’s Rules for the definition of "party to the application" as used in this certification.)

4)

The Transferee hereby accepts Commission oversight and enforcement consistent with the license authorization. The Transferee
acknowledges that it must cooperate fully with any investigation or inquiry conducted either by the Commission or the Licensee, allow the
Commission or the licensee to conduct on-site inspections of transmission facilities, and suspend operations at the direction of the Commission
or the Licensee and to the extent that such suspension of operation would be consistent with the applicable Commission policies.

5)

The Transferee acknowledges that in the event an authorization held by a Licensee that has entered into a spectrum leasing arrangement is
revoked, cancelled, terminated, or otherwise ceases to be in effect, the Transferee will have no continuing authority to use the leased
spectrum and will be required to terminate its operations no later than the date on which the Licensee ceases to have any authority to operate
under the license, unless otherwise authorized by the Commission.

6)

The Transferee agrees the Lease shall not be assigned to any entity that is not eligible or qualified to enter into a spectrum leasing
arrangement under the Commission’s Rules and Regulations.

7)

The Transferee waives any claim to the use of any particular frequency or of the electromagnetic spectrum as against the regulatory power of
the United States because of the previous use of the same, whether by spectrum lease or otherwise.

8)

The Transferee certifies that it is not in default on any payment for Commission licenses and that it is not delinquent on any non-tax debt owed
to any federal agency.

9)

The Transferee certifies that it and all of the related individuals and entities required to be disclosed on this application and FCC Form 602
(FCC Ownership Disclosure Information for the Wireless Telecommunications Services) are not person(s) who have been, for reasons of
national security, barred by any agency of the Federal Government from bidding on a contract, participating in an auction, or receiving a grant.
This certification applies only to applications for licenses for spectrum that is required by Sections 6103, 6401-6403 of the Middle Class Tax
Relief and Job Creation Act of 2012, codified at 47 U.S.C. §§ 309, 1413, 1451-1452, to be assigned by a system of competitive bidding under
47 U.S.C. § 309(j).
The Transferee certifies that all of its statements made in this Application/Notification and in the schedules, exhibits, attachments, or
documents incorporated by reference are material, are part of this Application/Notification, and are true, complete, correct, and made in good
faith.

Type or Printed Name of Party Authorized to Sign
174) First Name:

MI:

Last Name:

Suffix:

175) Title:
176) Signature:

177) Date:

FAILURE TO SIGN THIS APPLICATION MAY RESULT IN DISMISSAL OF THE APPLICATION AND FORFEITURE OF ANY FEES PAID.
WILLFUL FALSE STATEMENTS MADE ON THIS FORM OR ANY ATTACHMENTS ARE PUNISHABLE BY FINE AND/OR IMPRISONMENT (U.S.
Code, Title 18, Section 1001) AND/OR REVOCATION OF ANY STATION LICENSE OR CONSTRUCTION PERMIT (U.S. Code, Title 47, Section
312(a)(1)), AND/OR FORFEITURE (U.S. Code, Title 47, Section 503).

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Transferor Certification Statements
1)

The Transferor certifies either (1) that control of the Lessee/Sublessee will not be transferred until consent of the Federal Communications
Commission has been given, or (2) that prior Commission consent is not required because the Lease/Sublease is subject to streamlined
notification procedures for pro forma transfers of control. See Federal Communications Bar Association's Petition for Forbearance from Section
310(d) of the Communications Act Regarding Non-Substantial Assignments of Wireless Licenses and Transfers of Control Involving
Telecommunications Carriers and Personal Communications Industry Association's Broadband Personal Communications Services Alliance's
Petition for Forbearance For Broadband Personal Communications Services, Memorandum Opinion and Order, 13 FCC Rcd 6293 (1998)
2)
The TransferorOpinion
certifies and
thatOrder).
it is not in default on any payment for Commission licenses and that it is not delinquent on any non-tax debt owed
(Memorandum
to any federal agency.
The Transferor certifies that all of its statements made in this Application/Notification and in the schedules, exhibits, attachments, or
documents incorporated by reference are material, are part of this Application/Notification, and are true, complete, correct, and made in good
faith.

Type or Printed Name of Party Authorized to Sign
178) First Name:

MI:

Last Name:

Suffix:

179) Title:
180) Signature:

181) Date:

FAILURE TO SIGN THIS APPLICATION MAY RESULT IN DISMISSAL OF THE APPLICATION AND FORFEITURE OF ANY FEES PAID.
WILLFUL FALSE STATEMENTS MADE ON THIS FORM OR ANY ATTACHMENTS ARE PUNISHABLE BY FINE AND/OR IMPRISONMENT (U.S.
Code, Title 18, Section 1001) AND/OR REVOCATION OF ANY STATION LICENSE OR CONSTRUCTION PERMIT (U.S. Code, Title 47, Section
312(a)(1)), AND/OR FORFEITURE (U.S. Code, Title 47, Section 503).

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Private Commons Manager Certification Statements
1)

The Licensee/Lessee/Sublessee manager of the Private Commons certifies that it will retain de facto control of the use of the spectrum under
the Private Commons arrangement, including that it will maintain reasonable oversight over the users’ use of the spectrum under the
arrangement so as to ensure that the use of the spectrum, and communications equipment employed, comply with all technical and service
rules applicable under the license authorization.

2)

The Licensee/Lessee/Sublessee manager of the Private Commons arrangement certifies that it will maintain the ability to ensure that users
under the arrangement comply with all the technical and service rules applicable under the license authorization.
3)
The Licensee/Lessee/Sublessee manager of the Private Commons certifies that it and all of the related individuals and entities required to be
disclosed on this application and FCC Form 602 (FCC Ownership Disclosure Information for the Wireless Telecommunications Services) are
not person(s) who have been, for reasons of national security, barred by any agency of the Federal Government from bidding on a contract,
participating in an auction, or receiving a grant. This certification applies only to applications for licenses for spectrum that is required by
Sections 6103, 6401-6403 of the Middle Class Tax Relief and Job Creation Act of 2012, codified at 47 U.S.C. §§ 309, 1413, 1451-1452, to be
assigned by a system of competitive bidding under 47 U.S.C. § 309(j).
The Licensee/Lessee/Sublessee manager of the Private Commons arrangement certifies that all of its statements made in this Notification
and in the schedules, exhibits, attachments, or documents incorporated by reference are material, are part of this Notification, and are true,
complete, correct, and made in good faith.

Type or Printed Name of Party Authorized to Sign
182) First Name:

MI:

Last Name:

Suffix:

183) Title:
184) Signature:

185) Date:

FAILURE TO SIGN THIS APPLICATION MAY RESULT IN DISMISSAL OF THE APPLICATION AND FORFEITURE OF ANY FEES PAID.
WILLFUL FALSE STATEMENTS MADE ON THIS FORM OR ANY ATTACHMENTS ARE PUNISHABLE BY FINE AND/OR IMPRISONMENT (U.S.
Code, Title 18, Section 1001) AND/OR REVOCATION OF ANY STATION LICENSE OR CONSTRUCTION PERMIT (U.S. Code, Title 47, Section
312(a)(1)), AND/OR FORFEITURE (U.S. Code, Title 47, Section 503).

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License Authorization(s) or Identifiers (pertaining to Lease(s)/Sublease(s)/Private Commons) Associated with the Spectrum
To Be Included in the Filing
186)
Call Sign(s) or
Lease/Sublease/
Private Commons
Identifier(s)

187) Radio
Service Code

188)
Location Number

189)
Path Number
(Microwave only)

190)
Frequency
Number

191)
Lower
Frequency (MHz)

192)
Upper
Frequency (MHz)

* Note: Items 188 – 192 are for New Leases involving spectrum associated with site-based authorizations when only a
portion of the licensed locations, paths and/or frequencies will be leased.

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FCC Form 608

FEDERAL COMMUNICATIONS COMMISSION

Schedule A

3060-1058
Est. Avg. Burden

Information and Instructions

Per Response: 5 hours

Instructions for Schedule for Licensees that Received Bidding
Credits or
Involving Licenses Won in Closed
Bidding FCC Form 608, Schedule A
Complete this schedule when a Lease/Sublease/Transfer of Control involves spectrum associated with a License(s) that was originally
awarded through the competitive bidding process and the original Licensee or current Licensee obtained bidding credits, or closed
bidding licenses. This schedule establishes whether the Lessee/Sublessee/Transferee is eligible for the same special provisions as
the Licensee, or whether unjust enrichment provisions or other restrictions apply. All filings for Subleases must be filed manually and
sent to the appropriate address. The mailing address can be found under the Application Fees and Filing Locations section on page
8 of the Main Form Instructions.

Designated Entity Information
Bidding Credits
Items 1-3 require information from Licensees and Lessees/Sublessees/Transferees in those instances in which the
Lease/Sublease involves spectrum associated with license(s) for which the Licensee is a “designated entity.” See 47 CFR
§§ 1.2110-1.2112 (rules pertaining to designated entities); §§ 1.9020(d)(4), 1.9030(d)(4) (rules pertaining to leasing
involving designated entities); and appropriate FCC competitive bidding rules and applicable service rules in Title 47 of the
Code of Federal Regulations (47 CFR).
Item 1 Enter ‘Y’ if the full amount of bidding credits awarded with regard to each subject license has been paid as part of unjust
enrichment payment(s) in previous transaction(s). Otherwise, enter ‘ N’. If the response to Item 1 is ‘Y’, Items 2 and 3 are
not required to be completed. If the response to Item 1 is ‘N’, complete Item 2 or 3, as appropriate.
Bidding Credits – (Spectrum Manager Leases/Subleases Only)
Item 2 Item 2 must be completed for each Application/Notification for a Spectrum Manager Lease/Sublease in which the
Licensee has “designated entity” status if the Applicant entered No in Item 1. In general, for purposes of determining whether a
Licensee retains its overall eligibility for a small business bidding credit, the gross revenues of the Licensee, its “controlling
interest(s),” and any “affiliate(s)” of the Licensee or of any of its controlling interest(s) are considered on a cumulative basis and
aggregated. For purposes of determining whether a Licensee retains its eligibility for a rural service provider bidding credit, the
subscribers of the Licensee, its “controlling interest(s),” and any “affiliate(s)” of the Licensee or of any of its controlling
interest(s) are considered on a cumulative basis and aggregated, and the Licensee must continue to serve predominantly rural
areas. See 47 CFR §§ 1.2110(b), 1.2110(f)(2), 1.2110(f)(4), 1.2112(b). A “controlling interest” includes any individual or entity
with either de jure or de facto control of the licensee. See § 1.2110(c)(2). An “affiliate” includes any individual or entity holding
an attributable interest in the licensee as set forth in § 1.2110(c)(5). For purposes of determining whether the Licensee has
retained the requisite degree of ownership and control over the leased spectrum in order to remain eligible for the license o r for
bidding credits, the de jure control standard in Section 1.2110 and the de facto control standard in Section 1.9010 will be
applied (pursuant to the conditions set forth in Section 1.9020). See Updating Part 1 Competitive Bidding Rules, Report and
Order; Order on Reconsideration of the First Report and Order; Third Order on Reconsideration of the Second Report and
Order; Third Report and Order, 30 FCC Rcd 7493, 7510-11, paras. 35-39 (2015).
Item 2a Enter ‘Y’ if the Applicant (Lessee/Sublessee/Transferee) has a general partnership interest or has direct or indirect
ownership interests of ten percent or greater in the Licensee. Otherwise, enter ‘N’.
Item 2b Enter ‘Y’ if the Applicant (Lessee/Sublessee/Transferee) is a “controlling interest holder” or “affiliate” of the current
Licensee. Otherwise, enter ‘N’.
Item 2c Enter ‘Y’ if the Applicant (Lessee/Sublessee/Transferee) shares office space, equipment or other facilities with any party
controlling the entity from which spectrum is being leased/subleased. Otherwise, enter ‘N’.
Item 2d Enter ‘Y’ if the Applicant (Lessee/Sublessee/Transferee) is a disclosable interest holder (DIH) that holds a ten percent
or greater interest of any kind in the Licensee and the Lease/Sublease is for more than 25% of the spectrum capacity of the
subject license(s). Otherwise, enter ‘N’.
If the response to this item is ‘Y,’ and the subject license(s) was acquired using the small business bidding credit and the Applicant
is either eligible for a lower percentage bidding credit or not eligible for a small bus iness bidding credit, the Applicant must
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complete Items 7-35. Additionally, the Applicant must attach an exhibit indicating the percentage of spectrum capacity it has an
agreement to use for each such license. Otherwise, enter ‘N’.
If the response to th is item is ‘Y,’ and the subject license(s) was acquired using the Rural Service Provider (RSP) bidding credit
and the Applicant is not eligible for a RSP bidding credit, it must provide in an exhibit the following information requested in (a)(b).
(a) For the Applicant and each of its Affiliates, the individual or entity’s name, its FCC Registration Number (FRN), and its combined
number of commercial communications service subscribers to wireless, wireline, broadband, and cable services. For the Applicant and
each of its Affiliates, also provide a list of the name(s) and the FIPS number(s) for each county in which it has at least on e commercial
wireless, wireline, broadband, or cable subscriber; and
(b) For the Applicant, indicate the percentage of spectrum capacity it has an agreement to use for each subject license.
Subscriber counts should be current as of the date of filing this application. Th e Applicant, and other reporting entities, should count a
subscriber only once even if that subscriber receives more than one service from the Applicant or entity. For example, a sub scriber
receiving both wireline service and broadband from the Applicant would be counted as a single subscriber of the Applicant.
FIPS numbers are available from the US Census Bureau and identified by the Commission as needed ( see, e.g., Appendix B of Wireless
Telecommunications Bureau Provides Details about Partial Economic Areas, GN Docket No. 12-268, 29 FCC Rcd 6491, 6502 (2014)).
Item 2e Enter ‘Y’ if the Licensee can certify that the Lease/Sublease does not affect its continuing eligibility to retain bidding credits
as a designated entity. Enter ‘N’ if the Licensee cannot so certify.
Bidding Credits – (Long-Term De Facto Transfer Leases/Subleases Only)
Item 3 Item 3 must be completed for each Application/Notification for a Long-Term De Facto Transfer Lease/Sublease. Check the
appropriate response.
Item 3a If the Lessee/Sublessee/Transferee qualifies for the same designated entity benefit as the current Licensee, it should so
indicate by checking the first box. If the Lessee/Sublessee/Transferee qualifies for a designated entity benefit, but does not qualify
for as high of a percentage of bidding credit as received by the Licensee, the Lessee/Sublessee/Transferee should respond by
checking the second box. The Lessee/Sublessee/Transferee may request the same designated entity status as the current Licensee
or a different designated entity status from the current Licensee, either as a small business as defined in Section 1.2110(f)(2) or as a
rural service provider as defined in Section 1.2110(f)(4), but not both . If the Lessee/Sublessee/Transferee does not qualify for any
designated entity status, the Lessee/Sublessee/Transferee should respond by checking the third box.
If the
Lessee/Sublessee/Transferee checks either the second box or the third box, an unjust enrichment payment WILL be required. See
Secondary Markets First Report and Order, 18 FCC Rcd at 20666-67, para. 145.
Item 3b If the Lessee/Sublessee/Transferee requests designated entity status, it must select the appropriate designated entity status.
If selecting the small business bidding credit, provide the bidding credit percentage (15%, 25% or 35%).
If the Lessee/Sublessee/Transferee selects the small business bidding credit, complete Items 7-35. If the Applicant selects rural service
provider bidding credit, complete item 36.
For either bidding credit, attach an exhibit that includes the information required by the Commission’s Rules , including any agreements,
whether oral or written, that could affect th e Applicant’s eligibility for designated entity benefits, including but not limited to partnership
agreements, shareholder agreements, management agreements, spectrum leasing agreements, spectrum use agreements, spectrum
resale (including wholesale) arrangements, and all agreements or arrangements establishing de facto and/or de jure control of the
Applicant or of the subject licenses.
Item 3c Enter ‘Y’ if the Applicant (Lessee/Sublessee/Transferee) is a disclosable interest holder (DIH) that holds a ten percent or greater
interest of any kind in the Licensee and the Lease/Sublease is for more than 25% of the spectrum capacity of the subject license(s).
Otherwise, enter ‘N’.
If the response to this item is ‘Y,’ and the subject license(s) was acquired using the small business bidding credit and the Applicant
is either eligible for a lower percentage bidding credit or not eligible for a small business bidding credit, the Applica nt must complete
Items 7-35. Additionally, the Applicant must attach an exhibit indicating the percentage of spectrum capacity it has an agreement to
use for each such license. Otherwise, enter ‘N’.
If the response to this item is ‘Y,’ and the subject l icense(s) was acquired using the Rural Service Provider (RSP) bidding credit and
the Applicant is not eligible for a RSP bidding credit, it must provide in an exhibit the following information:
(a) For the Applicant and each of its Affiliates, the individual or entity’s name, its FCC Registration Number (FRN), and its combined
number of commercial communications service subscribers to wireless, wireline, broadband, and cable services. For the Applic ant and
each of its Affiliates, also provide a list of th e name(s) and the FIPS number(s) for each county in which it has at least one commercial
wireless, wireline, broadband, or cable subscriber; and
(b) For the Applicant, indicate the percentage of spectrum capacity it has an agreement to use for each subjec t license.

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Subscriber counts should be current as of the date of filing this application. The Applicant, and other reporting entities, should count a
subscriber only once even if that subscriber receives more than one service from the Applicant or enti ty. For example, a subscriber
receiving both wireline service and broadband from the Applicant would be counted as a single subscriber of the Applicant.
FIPS numbers are available from the US Census Bureau and identified by the Commission as needed ( see, e.g., Appendix B of Wireless
Telecommunications Bureau Provides Details about Partial Economic Areas, GN Docket No. 12-268, 29 FCC Rcd 6491, 6502 (2014)).
Note that payment of any required unjust enrichment must be provided to the Commission prior to grant/acceptance of the
Application/Notification.
Closed Bidding Licenses
Items 4-6 require information from Licensees and Lessees/Sublessees/Transferees in those instances in which the
Lease/Sublease involves spectrum associated with license(s) for which the Licensee obtained a closed bidding license. See 47
CFR §§ 1.2110-1.2112, 24.709 (rules pertaining to licensees that participate in the closed bidding program); §§ 1.9020(d)(4),
1.9030(d)(4) (rules pertaining to leasing involving licensees in the closed bidding program); and appropriate FCC competitive
bidding rules and applicable service rules in Title 47 of the Code of Federal Regulations (47 CFR).
Items 4 Enter ‘Y’ if construction notifications have been submitted for each of the subject licenses. Otherwise, enter ‘N’. If the
response to Item 4 is ‘Y’, Items 5 and 6 are not required to be completed. If the response to Item 4 is ‘N’, complete Item 5 or 6, as
appropriate.
Closed Bidding Licenses – (Spectrum Manager Leases/Subleases Only)
Item 5 T h i s i t e m m ust be completed for each Application/Notification for a Spectrum Manager Lease/Sublease in which
the license(s) associated with the spectrum was obtained in the Commission’s closed bidding program. In general, for purposes
of determining whether a licensee retains its eligibility for a license obtained in closed bidding, the gross revenues of the licensee,
its “controlling interest(s),” and any “affiliate(s)” of the licensee or of any “controlling interest” are considered on a
cumulative basis and aggregated. See 47 CFR §§ 1.2110(b), 1.2112(b), 24.709. A “controlling interest” includes any individual
or entity with either de jure or de facto control of the licensee. See 47 CFR § 1.2110(c)(2). An “affiliate” includes any individual
or entity holding an attributable interest in the licensee as set forth in Section 1.2110(c)(5). For purposes of determining whether
the Licensee has retained the requisite degree of ownership and control over the leased spectrum in order to remain eligible for the
license or for bidding credits, the de jure control standard in Section 1.2110 and the de facto control standard in Section 1.9010 will
be applied (pursuant to the conditions set forth in Section 1.9020). See Updating Part 1 Competitive Bidding Rules, Report and
Order; Order on Reconsideration of the First Report and Order; Third Order on R econsideration of the Second Report and Order;
Third Report and Order, 30 FCC Rcd 7493, 7510-11, paras. 35-39 (2015).
Item 5 a Enter ‘Y’ if the Applicant (Lessee/Sublessee/Transferee) has a general partnership interest or has direct or indirect
ownership interests of ten percent or greater in the Licensee. Otherwise, enter ‘N’.
Item 5 b Enter ‘Y’ if the Applicant (Lessee/Sublessee/Transferee) is a “controlling interest holder” or “affiliate” of the current
Licensee. Otherwise, enter ‘N’.
Item 5c Enter ‘Y’ if the Applicant (Lessee/Sublessee/Transferee) shares office space, equipment or other facilities with any party
controlling the entity from which spectrum is being leased/subleased . Otherwise, enter ‘N’.
Item 5d Enter ‘Y’ if the Licensee can certify that the Lease/Sublease does not affect its continuing eligibility to retain closed bidding
licenses. Enter ‘N’ if the Licensee cannot so certify.
Closed Bidding Licenses – (Long-Term De Facto Transfer Leases/Subleases Only) Eligibility
Item 6 This item must be completed for each Application/Notification for a Long-Term De Facto Transfer Lease/Sublease. Check the
appropriate response.
If the Lessee/Sublessee/Transferee meets the gross revenue and asset qualifications for closed bidding/entrepreneurial licenses,
see Section 24.709(a) of the Commission’s Rules, it should so indicate by checking the first box. 47 CFR § 24.709(a). If the
Lessee/Sublessee/Transferee does not meet the gross revenue and asset qualifications for closed bidding/entrepreneurial licenses,
it should so indicate by checking the second
box. If the Lessee/Sublessee/Transferee checks the second box, the
Licensee/Lessee/Sublessee/Transferee will not be allowed to enter into a Lease/Sublease, unless the parties comply with one of
the exemptions under Section 24.839(a) of the Commission’s Rules. 47 CFR § 24.839(a). See Secondary Markets F ir s t Repor t
and Order, 18 FCC Rcd at 20666-67, para. 145. If the Lessee/Sublessee/Transferee qualifies for closed bidding/entrepreneurial
licenses, it must complete Items 11-39.
Revenue and Asset Information for the Applicant
Item 7 If filing an Amendment application, check the block if modifying the Revenue and Asset Information from what was
provided on the original filing. When modifying the data that was provided on the original filing, only enter the items that have
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changed. This item is not required to be completed on the original filing.

Gross Revenue Disclosure Most Recent Reportable Year
Enter gross revenue information for the Applicant. The Universal Licensing System will automatically display the applicable number
of years for which gross revenues must be disclosed, i.e., the preceding thr ee years or the preceding five years, based on the
applicable requirements for a given license that is subject to the provisions concerning unjust enrichment set forth under 47 CFR
1.2111.
Item 8a Enter ‘Y’ if the Applicant and any predecessors-in-interest were in existence and had gross revenues for the most recent
reportable year. If ‘Y’, complete items 8 b and 8 c. Enter ‘N’ if the Applicant and any predecessors-in-interest were not in
existence for the most recent reportable year and explain why in an attachment.
One Year Prior to Most Recent Reportable Year
Item 9a Enter ‘Y’ if the Applicant and any predecessors-in-interest were in existence and had gross revenues for one year prior to the
most recent reportable year. If ‘Y’, complete items 9b and 9c. Enter ‘N’ if the Applicant and any predecessors-in-interest were not
in existence for one year prior to the most recent reportable year and explain why in an attachment.
Two Years Prior to Most Recent Reportable Year
Item 10a Enter ‘Y” if the Applicant and any predecessors-in-interest were in existence and had gross revenues for two years prior
to the most recent reportable year. If ‘Y’, complete items 10b and 10c. Enter ‘N’ if the Applicant and any predecessors-in-interest
were not in existence for two years prior to the most recent reportable year and explain why in an attachment.
Note: The following fields will also be displayed if the r el evant l icense was wo n i n an FCC auction for which disclosure of gross
revenues for the preceding five years was required , and the license is subject to the provisions concerning unjust enrichment set forth
under 47 CFR 1.2111.
Three Years Prior to Most Recent Reportable Year
Item 11a Enter ‘Y’ if the Applicant and any predecessors-in-interest were in existence and had gross revenues for three years prior
to the most recent reportable year. If ‘Y’, complete items 11b and 11c. Enter ‘N’ if the Applicant and any predecessors-in-interest
were not in existence for three years prior to the most recent reportable year and explain why in an attachment.
Four Years Prior to Most Recent Reportable Year
Item 12a Enter ‘Y’ if the Applicant and any predecessors-in-interest were in existence and had gross revenues for four years prior to
the most recent reportable year. If ‘Y’, complete items 12b and 12c. Enter ‘N’ if the Applicant and any predecessors-in-interest were
not in existence for four years prior to the most recent reportable year and explain why in an attachment.
Average Gross Revenue
Item 13 The Universal Licensing System will calculate the average gross revenue for the reported years in Items 8, 9, 10, 11, and 12.
Asset Disclosure
Item 14 Enter the total assets disclosed as of the application filing date.
Financial Statements
Item 15 Check if the Applicant used audited financial statements or unaudited financial statements prepared in accordance with
Generally accepted Accounting Principles (GAAP) and certified by the Applicant’s chief financial officer or the equivalent.
Revenue and Asset Information for Each Disclosable Interest Holder (DIH)
Item 16 Select the proper block to Add, Modify, or Delete a Disclosable Interest Holder (DIH). If Adding, complete items 18 through
25. If Modifying, enter only the items changed. If Deleting, complete the Entity Name or the Individual Name and the FRN of the
DIH. Modify and Delete are used for Amendments of previously filed application. If necessary, attach additional copies of this page
to list more DIHs.
Disclosable Interest Holder
Item 17 Select the proper block for either Entity Name or Individual name of the Disclosable Interest Holder ( DIH) and provide
Entity Name or Individual name and the FCC Registration Number (FRN) of the DIH.
Gross Revenue Disclosure
Enter gross revenue information for each Disclosable Interest Holder (DIH). The Universal Licensing System will automatically
display the applicable number of years for which gross revenues must be disclosed, i.e., the preceding three years or the pre ceding
five years, based on the applicable requirements for a given license that is subject to the provisions concerning unjust enrichment
set forth under 47 CFR 1.2111.
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Most Recent Reportable Year
Item 18a Enter ‘Y’ if the Disclosable Interest Holder (DIH) and any predecessors-in-interest were in existence and had gross
revenues for the most recent reportable year. If ‘Y’, complete items 18b and 18c. Enter ‘N’ if the DIH and any predecessors-ininterest were not in existence for the most recent reportable year and explain why in an attachment.
One Year Prior to Most Recent Reportable Year
Item 19a Enter ‘Y’ if the Disclosable Interest Holder (DIH) and any predecessors-in-interest were in existence and had gross revenues
for one year prior to the most recent reportable year. If ‘Y’, complete items 19b and 19c. Enter ‘N’ if the DIH and any predecessorsin-interest were not in existence for one year prior to the most recent reportable year and explain why in an attachment.
Two Years Prior to Most Recent Reportable Year
Item 20a Enter ‘Y’ if the Disclosable Interest Holder (DIH) and any predecessors-in-interest were in existence and had gross revenues
for two years prior to the most recent reportable year. If ‘Y’, complete items 20b and 20c. Enter ‘N’ if the DIH and any predecessorsin-interest were not in existence for two years prior to the most recent reportable year and explain why in an attachment.
Note: The following fields will also be displayed if the r el evant l icense was wo n i n an FCC auction for which disclosure of gross
revenues for the preceding five years was required, and the license is subject to the provisions concerning unjust enrichment set forth
under 47 CFR 1.2111.
Three Years Prior to Most Recent Reportable Year
Item 21a Enter ‘Y’ if the Disclosable Interest Holder (DIH) and any predecessors-in-interest were in existence and had gross
revenues for three years prior to the most recent reportable year. If ‘Y’, complete items 21b and 21c. Enter ‘N’ if the DIH and any
predecessors-in-interest were not in existence for three years prior to the most recent reportable year and explain why in an attachment.
Four Years Prior to Most Recent Reportable Year
Item 22a Enter ‘Y’ if the Disclosable Interest Holder (DIH) and any predecessors-in-interest were in existence and had gross
revenues for four years prior to the most recent reportable year. If ‘Y’, complete items 22b and 22c. Enter ‘N’ if the DIH and any
predecessors-in-interest were not in existence for four years prior to the most recent reportable year and explain why in an attachment.
Average Gross Revenue
Item 23 The Universal Licensing System will calculate the average gross revenue for the reported years provided in Items 18, 19, 20,
21, and 22.
Asset Disclosure
Item 24 Enter the total assets disclosed as of the application filing date.
Financial Statements
Item 25a Check if the Disclosable Interest Holder (DIH) used audited financial statements or unaudited financial statements
prepared in accordance with Generally Accepted Accounting Principles (GAAP) and certified by the DIH’s chief financial officer or
the equivalent.

Revenue and Asset Information for Each Affiliate
Item 26 Select the proper block to Add, Modify, or Delete an Affiliate. If Adding, complete items 28 through 35. If Modifying, enter
only the items changed. If Deleting, complete the Entity Name or the Individual Name and the FRN of the Affiliate. Modify and
Delete are used for Amendments of previously filed application. If necessary, attach additional copies of this page to list more
Affiliates.
Affiliate
Item 27 Select the proper block for either Entity Name or Individual name of the Affiliate and provide Entity Name or Individual
name and the FCC Registration Number (FRN) of the Affiliate.
Gross Revenue Disclosure
Enter gross revenue information for each Affiliate. The Universal Licensing System will automatically display the applicable number
of years for which gross revenues must be disclosed, i.e., the preceding three years or the preceding five years, based on th e
applicable requirements for a given license that is subject to the provisions concerning unjust enrichment set forth under 47 CFR
1.2111.
Most Recent Reportable Year
Item 28a Enter ‘Y’ if the Affiliate and any predecessors-in-interest were in existence and had gross revenues for the most recent
reportable year. If ‘Y’, complete items 28b and 28c. Enter ‘N’ if the Affiliate and any predecessors-in-interest were not in existence
for the most recent reportable year and explain why in an attachment.
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One Year Prior to Most Recent Reportable Year
Item 29a Enter ‘Y’ if the Affiliate and any predecessors-in-interest were in existence and had gross revenues for one year prior to
the most recent reportable year. If ‘Y’, complete items 29b and 29c. Enter ‘N’ if the Affiliate and any predecessors-in-interest were
not in existence for one year prior to the most recent reportable year and explain why in an attachment.
Two Years Prior to Most Recent Reportable Year
Item 30a Enter ‘Y’ if the Affiliate and any predecessors-in-interest were in existence and had gross revenues for two years prior to
the most recent reportable year. If ‘Y’, complete items 30b and 30c. Enter ‘N’ if the Affiliate and any predecessors-in-interest were
not in existence for two years prior to the most recent reportable year and explain why in an attachment.
Note: The following fields will also be displayed if the r el evant l icense was wo n i n an FCC auction for which disclosure of gross
revenues for the preceding five years was required , and the license is subject to the provisions concerning unjust enrichment set forth
under 47 CFR 1.2111
Three Years Prior to Most Recent Reportable Year
Item 31a Enter ‘Y’ if the Affiliate and any predecessors-in-interest were in existence and had gross revenues for three years prior to
the most recent reportable year. If ‘Y’, complete items 31b and 31c. Enter ‘N’ if the Affiliate and any predecessors-in-interest were
not in existence for three years prior to the most recent reportable year and explain why in an attachment.
Four Years Prior to Most Recent Reportable Year
Item 32a Enter ‘Y’ if the Affiliate and any predecessors-in-interest were in existence and had gross revenues for four years prior to
the most recent reportable year. If ‘Y’, complete items 32b and 32c. Enter ‘N’ if the Affiliate and any predecessors-in-interest were
not in existence for four years prior to the most recent reportable year and explain why in an attachment.
Average Gross Revenue
Item 33 The Universal Licensing System will calculate the average gross revenue for the reported years provided in Items 28, 29,
30, 31 and 32.
Asset Disclosure
Item 34 Enter the total assets disclosed as of the application filing date.
Financial Statements
Item 35 Check if the Affiliate used audited financial statements or unaudited financial statements prepared in accordance with
Generally Accepted Accounting Principles (GAAP) and certified by the Affiliate’s chief financial officer or the equivalent.
Closed Bidding /Small Business Bidding Credit Eligibility
Total Gross Revenues for Most Recent Reportable Year
Item 36 The Universal Licensing System will calculate the total gross revenue for the most recent reportable year and the year-end
date.
Total Gross Revenues for One Year Prior to Most Recent Reportable Year
Item 37 The Universal Licensing System will calculate the total gross revenue for one year prior to most recent reportable year and
the year-end date.
Total Gross Revenues for Two Years Prior to Most Recent Reportable Year
Item 38 The Universal Licensing System will calculate the total gross revenue for two years prior to most recent reportable year
and the year-end date.
Total Gross Revenues for Three Year Prior to Most Recent Reportable Year
Item 39 The Universal Licensing System will calculate the total gross revenue for three years prior to most recent reportable year
and the year-end date.
Total Gross Revenues for Four Years Prior to Most Recent Reportable Year
Item 40 The Universal Licensing System will calculate the total gross revenue for four years prior to most recent reportable year
and the year-end date.
Total Aggregate Average Gross Revenues for Small Business Bidding Credit Designated Entity
Item 41 The Universal Licensing System will calculate the aggregate average gross revenue for the designated entity. Note: if the
application contains a mixture of licenses that require separate disclosure of gross revenues for the preceding three years a nd five years,
the Universal Licensing System will calculate and display the aggregate average gross revenue informa tion separately for each category
of licenses.

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Total Aggregate Average Gross Revenues for Closed Bidding
Item 42 The Universal Licensing System will calculate the aggregate average gross revenue for the closed bidding.
Total Assets Disclosure
Item 43 The Universal Licensing System will calculate the total assets for the closed bidding.

Rural Service Provider Bidding Credit Eligibility
Item 44 If the Applicant (the Lessee/Sublessee/Transferee) is seeking a Rural Service Provider (RSP) bidding credit, provide in an
exhibit the following information:
a) for the Applicant, submit the combined number of commercial communications service subscribers to wireless, wireline, broa dband,
and cable services that the Applicant serves and provide a list of the name(s) and the Federal Information Processing Standard (FIPS)
number(s) for each county in which the Applicant has at least one commercial wireless, wireline, broadband, or cable subscrib er;
b) for each of the Applicant's Affiliates, Controlling Interests, and the Affiliates of its Controlling Interests, submit the individual or entity’s
name, its FCC Registration Number (FRN), its relationship to the Applicant, and its combined number of commercial communicati ons
service subscribers to wireless, wireline, broadband, and cable services. For each of the Applicant's Affiliates, Controlling Interests, and
the Affiliates of its Controlling Interests, also provide a list of the name(s) and the FIPS number(s) for each county in whi ch it has at least
one commercial wireless, wireline, broadband, or cable subscriber;
c) if neither the Applicant, nor any of its Affiliates, its Controlling Interests, or the Affiliates of its Controlling Intere sts have at least one
wireless, wireline, broadband, or cable subscriber in a market for which the Applicant is applying for a Lease/Sublease, list the market(s)
in which the Applicant, its Affiliates, its Controlling Interests, and the Affiliates of its Controlling Interests have no su ch subscribers;
d) a detailed explanation demonstrating that: (i) the Applicant is in the business of providing commercial communications services; (ii)
the Applicant serves predominantly rural areas; and (iii) the primary focus of the Applicant’s business activity is the provi sion of services
to rural areas (defined as counties with a population density of 100 or fewer persons per square mile); and
e) if the Applicant is an existing rural partnership that was providing service as of July 16, 2015, provide a detailed explan ation
demonstrating that each member of the partnership is independently eligible for the RSP bidding credit by providing, with respect to
each member of the partnership, the same information as is required in a-d above.
Subscriber counts should be current as of the date of filing this application . The Applicant, and other reporting entities, should count a
subscriber only once even if that subscriber receives more than one service from the Applicant or entity . For example, a subscriber
receiving both wireline service and broadband from the Applicant would be counted as a single subscriber of the Applicant.
FIPS numbers are available from the US Census Bureau and identified by the Commission as needed ( see, e.g., Appendix B of Wireless
Telecommunications Bureau Provides Details about Partial Economic Areas, GN Docket No . 12-268, 29 FCC Rcd 6491, 6502 (2014)).

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FCC Form 608

Federal Communications Commission

Schedule A

3060 - 1058
See 608 Main Form Instructions
for public burden estimate

Schedule for Licensees that Received Bidding Credits
or
Involving Licenses Won in Closed Bidding
Designated Entity Information
Bidding Credits
1) Has the full amount of the bidding credits awarded with regard to each of the subject license(s) been paid as
part of unjust enrichment payment(s) in previous transaction(s)?

(

) Yes No

If the response to Item 1 is ‘Y’, Items 2 and 3 are not required to be completed.

Bidding Credits - (Spectrum Manager Leases Only)
2a) Does the Applicant have a general partnership interest or have a direct or indirect ownership interests of
ten percent or greater in the Licensee?

(

) Yes No

2b) Is the Applicant a “controlling interest holder” or “affiliate” of the current Licensee?

(

) Yes No

2c) Does the Applicant share office space, equipment, or other facilities with any party controlling the entity
from which spectrum is being leased/subleased?

(

) Yes No

2d) Is the Applicant a disclosable interest holder that holds a ten percent or greater interest of any kind in the
Licensee and is the Lease/Sublease for more than 25% of the spectrum capacity of the subject
license(s)?

(

) Yes No

2e) Does the Licensee certify that the Lease/Sublease does not affect its continuing eligibility to retain bidding
credit(s)?

(

) Yes No

For purposes of determining whether the Licensee has retained the requisite degree of ownership and
control over the leased spectrum in order to remain eligible for the license or for bidding credits, the de jure
control standard in 47 CFR §1.2110 and the de facto control standard in 47 CFR § 1.9010 will be applied
(pursuant to the conditions set forth in 47 CFR §1.9020).

Bidding Credits – (Long-Term De Facto Transfer Leases Only)
Eligibility
3a) With respect to each of the subject licenses, the Applicant:
(

)

qualifies for the same designated entity benefit as the current Licensee

(

)

qualifies for a different designated entity benefit than the current Licensee

(

)

does not qualify for any designated entity status

3b) If the Applicant states in Item 3a that it qualifies for the same designated entity benefit as the current Licensee or qualifies for a different
designated entity status than the current Licensee, the Applicant qualifies for a (select one):
(
(

)

small business bidding credit ( ___%)

)

rural service provider bidding credit

3c) Is the Applicant a disclosable interest holder that holds a ten percent or greater interest of any kind in the
Licensee and is the Lease/Sublease for more than 25% of the spectrum capacity of the subject license(s)?

(

) Yes No

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Closed Bidding Licenses
(

) Yes No

5a) Does the Applicant have a general partnership interest or have a direct or indirect ownership interest of ten
percent or greater in the Licensee?

(

) Yes No

5b) Is the Applicant a “controlling interest holder” or “affiliate” of the current Licensee?

(

) Yes No

5c) Does the Applicant share office space, equipment or other facilities with any party controlling the entity
from which spectrum is being leased?

(

) Yes No

5d) Does the Licensee certify that the Lease/Sublease does not affect its continuing eligibility to retain closed
bidding licenses?

(

) Yes No

4) Have construction notifications been submitted as required by the Commission’s Rules for each of the
subject licenses?

If the response to Item 4 is ‘Y’, Items 5 and 6 are not required to be completed.

Closed Bidding Licenses – (Spectrum Manager Leases Only)

Closed Bidding Licenses – (Long-Term De Facto Transfer Leases Only)
Eligibility
6) With respect to each of the subject licenses, the Applicant:
(
)
a) qualifies for closed bidding
(

)

b) does not qualify for closed bidding

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7) Revenue and Asset Information for the Applicant
Purpose (Check Modify if filing an Amendment application and changing the Revenue and Asset Information from what was
provided on the original filing)

☐

Modify

Gross Revenue Disclosure Most Recent Reportable Year
8a) Were the Applicant and any predecessors-in-interest in existence for a full year of the relevant period?
If ‘N’, explain why in an attachment.

(

) Yes No

(

) Yes No

If ‘Y’, provide the following information.
8b) Gross Revenues

$

8c) Year-end Date:

(Format: 99,999.99)
(Date Format: MM/DD/YYYY)

One Year Prior to Most Recent Reportable Year
9a) Were the Applicant and any predecessors-in-interest in existence for a full year of the relevant period?
If ‘N’, explain why in an attachment.
If ‘Y’, provide the following information.
9b) Gross Revenues

$

9c) Year-end Date:

(Format: 99,999.99)
(Date Format: MM/DD/YYYY)

Two Years Prior to Most Recent Reportable Year
10a) Were the Applicant and any predecessors-in-interest in existence for a full year of the relevant period?
If ‘N’, explain why in an attachment.

(

) Yes No

If ‘Y’, provide the following information.
10b) Gross Revenues

$

10c) Year-end Date:

(Format: 99,999.99)
(Date Format: MM/DD/YYYY)

Three Years Prior to Most Recent Reportable Year
11a) Were the Applicant and any predecessors-in-interest in existence for a full year of the relevant period? If
‘N’, explain why in an attachment.

(

) Yes No

(

) Yes No

If ‘Y’, provide the following information.
11b) Gross Revenues

$

11c) Year-end Date:

(Format: 99,999.99)
(Date Format: MM/DD/YYYY)

Four Years Prior to Most Recent Reportable Year
12a) Were the Applicant and any predecessors-in-interest in existence for a full year of the relevant period? If
‘N’, explain why in an attachment.
If ‘Y’, provide the following information.
12b) Gross Revenues
12c) Year-end Date:

$

(Format: 99,999.99)
(Date Format: MM/DD/YYYY)

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Average Gross Revenue
13) Average Gross Revenue of Reported Years: $

(Format: 99,999.99)

Asset Disclosure
14) Total Assets as of Application Filing Date: $

Financial Statements
15) Audited or Unaudited (Check One)
The Applicant used audited financial statements.
The Applicant used unaudited financial statements prepared in accordance with Generally Accepted Accounting Principles (GAAP) and
certified by the Applicant’s chief financial officer or the equivalent.

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Revenue and Asset Information for Disclosable Interest Holder (DIH) (including each of Applicant’s Controlling Interests
Affiliates of Its Controlling Interests)

and

16) Purpose (Select One)
Add

Modify

Delete

17) Disclosable Interest Holder
Entity Name:

FCC Registration Number (FRN):

Individual Name: First

MI

Last

Suffix

FCC Registration Number (FRN):

Gross Revenue Disclosure Most Recent Reportable Year
18a) Were the Disclosable Interest Holder (DIH) and any predecessors-in-interest in existence for a full year of the
relevant period?
If ‘N’, explain why in an attachment.

(

) Yes No

(

) Yes No

If ‘Y’, provide the following information.
18b) Gross Revenues

$

18c) Year-end Date:

(Format: 99,999.99)
(Date Format: MM/DD/YYYY)

One Year Prior to Most Recent Reportable Year
19a) Were the Disclosable Interest Holder (DIH) and any predecessors-in-interest in existence for a full year of the
relevant period?
If ‘N’, explain why in an attachment.
If ‘Y’, provide the following information.
19b) Gross Revenues

$

19c) Year-end Date:

(Format: 99,999.99)
(Date Format: MM/DD/YYYY)

Two Years Prior to Most Recent Reportable Year
20a) Were the Disclosable Interest Holder (DIH) and any predecessors-in-interest in existence for a full year of the
relevant period?
If ‘N’, explain why in an attachment.

(
) Yes
No

If ‘Y’, provide the following information.
20b) Gross Revenues

$

20c) Year-end Date:

(Format: 99,999.99)
(Date Format: MM/DD/YYYY)

Three Years Prior to Most Recent Reportable Year
21a) Were the Disclosable Interest Holder and any predecessors-in-interest in existence for a full year of the
relevant period? If ‘N’, explain why in an attachment.

(

) Yes No

If ‘Y’, provide the following information.
21b) Gross Revenues
21c) Year-end Date:

$

(Format: 99,999.99)
(Date Format: MM/DD/YYYY)

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Four Years Prior to Most Recent Reportable Year
(

22a) Were the Disclosable Interest Holder and any predecessors-in-interest in existence for a full year of the
relevant period? If ‘N’, explain why in an attachment.

) Yes No

If ‘Y’, provide the following information.
22b) Gross Revenues

$

(Format: 99,999.99)

22c) Year-end Date:

(Date Format: MM/DD/YYYY)

Average Gross Revenue
23) Average Gross Revenue for Reported Years: $

(Format: 99,999.99)

Asset Disclosure
24) Total Assets as of Application Filing Date: $

(Format: 99,999.99)

Financial Statements
25) Audited or Unaudited (Check One)
The Disclosable Interest Holder (DIH) used audited financial statements.
The Disclosable Interest Holder (DIH) used unaudited financial statements prepared in accordance with Generally Accepted
Accounting Principles (GAAP) and certified by the DIH’s chief financial officer or the equivalent.

Revenue and Asset Information for Affiliate
26) Purpose (Select One)
Add

Modify

Delete

27) Affiliate
Entity Name:

FCC Registration Number (FRN):

Individual Name: First

MI

Last

Suffix

FCC Registration Number (FRN):

Gross Revenue Disclosure Most Recent Reportable Year
28a) Were the Affiliate and any predecessors-in-interest in existence for a full year of the relevant period?
If ‘N’, explain why in an attachment.

(

) Yes No

If ‘Y’, provide the following information.
28b) Gross Revenues

$

28c) Year-end Date:

(Format: 99,999.99)
(Date Format: MM/DD/YYYY)

One Year Prior to Most Recent Reportable Year
29a) Were the Affiliate and any predecessors-in-interest in existence for a full year of the relevant period?
If ‘N’, explain why in an attachment.

(

) Yes No

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If ‘Y’, provide the following information.
29b) Gross Revenues

$

29c) Year-end Date:

(Format: 99,999.99)
(Date Format: MM/DD/YYYY)

Two Years Prior to Most Recent Reportable Year
30a) Were the Affiliate and any predecessors-in-interest in existence for a full year of the relevant period?
If ‘N’, explain why in an attachment.

(

) Yes No

If ‘Y’, provide the following information.
30b) Gross Revenues

$

30c) Year-end Date:

(Format: 99,999.99)
(Date Format: MM/DD/YYYY)

Three Years Prior to Most Recent Reportable Year
31a) Were the Affiliate and any predecessors-in-interest in existence for a full year of the relevant period? If
‘N’, explain why in an attachment.

(

) Yes No

(

) Yes No

If ‘Y’, provide the following information.
31b) Gross Revenues

$

31c) Year-end Date:

(Format: 99,999.99)
(Date Format: MM/DD/YYYY)

Four Years Prior to Most Recent Reportable Year
32a) Were the Affiliate and any predecessors-in-interest in existence for a full year of the relevant period? If
‘N’, explain why in an attachment.
If ‘Y’, provide the following information.
32b) Gross Revenues

$

32c) Year-end Date:

(Format: 99,999.99)
(Date Format: MM/DD/YYYY)

Average Gross Revenue
33) Average Gross Revenue for Reported Years: $

(Format: 99,999.99)

Asset Disclosure
34) Total Assets as of Application Filing Date: $

(Format: 99,999.99)

Financial Statements
35) Audited or Unaudited (Check One)
The Affiliate used audited financial statements.
The Affiliate used unaudited financial statements prepared in accordance with Generally Accepted Accounting Principles (GAAP) and
certified by the Affiliate’s chief financial officer or the equivalent.

Closed Bidding/Designated Entity Eligibility
Total Gross Revenues for Most Recent Reportable Year

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36a) Gross Revenues

$

36b) Year-end Date:

(Format: 99,999.99)
(Date Format: MM/DD/YYYY)

Total Gross Revenues for One Year Prior to Most Recent Reportable Year
37a) Gross Revenues:

$

37b) Year-end Date:

(Format: 99,999.99)
(Date Format: MM/DD/YYYY)

Total Gross Revenues for Two Years Prior to Most Recent Reportable Year
38a) Gross Revenues:

$

38b) Year-end Date:

(Format: 99,999.99)
(Date Format: MM/DD/YYYY)

Total Gross Revenues for Three Years Prior to the Most Recent Reportable Year
39a) Gross Revenues:

$

39b) Year-end Date:

(Format: 99,999.99)
(Date Format: MM/DD/YYYY)

Total Gross Revenues for Four Years Prior to the Most Recent Reportable Year
40a) Gross Revenues:

$

40b) Year-end Date:

(Format: 99,999.99)
(Date Format: MM/DD/YYYY)

Total Aggregate Average Gross Revenues for Designated Entity (License(s) Requiring Disclosure of Three Years of Gross Revenue
Data)
41) Aggregate Average Gross Revenue: $

(Format: 99,999.99)

Total Aggregate Average Gross Revenues for Designated Entity (License(s) Requiring Disclosure of Five Years of Gross Revenue
Data)
41) Aggregate Average Gross Revenue: $

(Format: 99,999.99)

Total Aggregate Average Gross Revenues for Closed Bidding
42) Aggregate Average Gross Revenue: $

(Format: 99,999.99)

Total Assets Disclosure for Closed Bidding
43) Total Assets:

$

(Format: 99,999.99)

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Rural Service Provider Bidding Credit
44) Is the Applicant seeking a Rural Service Provider (RSP) bidding credit?

(

) Yes No

If the Applicant (the Lessee/Sublessee/Transferee) is seeking a rural service provider (RSP) bidding credit, provide in an ex hibit the following information
requested in a-e.
a) for the Applicant, submit the combined number of commercial communications service subscribers to wireless, wireline, broadband, and cable services
that the Applicant serves and provide a list of the name(s) and the Federal Information Processing Standard (FIPS) number(s) for each county in which
the Applicant has at least one commercial wireless, wireline, broadband, or cable subscriber;
b) for each of the Applicant's Affiliates, Controlling Interests, and the Affiliates of its Controlling Interests, submit the individual or entity’s name, its FCC
Registration Number (FRN), its relationship to the Applicant, and its combined number of commercial communications service subscribers to wire less,
wireline, broadband, and cable services. For each of the Applicant's Affiliates, Controlling Interests, and the Affiliates o f its Controlling Interests, also
provide a list of the name(s) and the FIPS number(s) for each county in which it has at least one commercial wireless, wireli ne, broadband, or cable
subscriber;
c) if neither the Applicant, nor any of its Affiliates, its Controlling Interests, or the Affiliates of its Controlling Interests have at least one wireless, wireline,
broadband, or cable subscriber in a market for which the Applicant is applying for a license, list the market(s) in which the Applicant, its Affiliates, its
Controlling Interests, and the Affiliates of its Controlling Interests have no such subscribers;
d) a detailed explanation demonstrating that: (i) the Applicant is in the business of providing commercial communications serv ices; (ii) the Applicant
serves predominantly rural areas; and (iii) the primary focus of the Applicant’s business activity is the provision of servic es to rural areas (defined as
counties with a population density of 100 or fewer persons per square mile); and
e) If the Applicant is an existing rural partnership that was providing service as of July 16, 2015, provide a detailed explanation demonstrating that each
member of the partnership is independently eligible for the RSP bidding credit by providing, with respect to each membe r of the partnership, the same
information as is required in a-d above.

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FCC Form 608

FEDERAL COMMUNICATIONS COMMISSI ON

Schedule B

3060-1058
See 608 Main Form Instructions

Information and Instructions

for public burden estimate

Instructions for Schedule for New Lease or New
Sublease FCC Form 608, Schedule B
Schedule B is a supplementary schedule that is used to provide information regarding New Leases or New Subleases. A single
Schedule B is used for all of the Call Sign(s) or Lease Identifier(s) listed on the Main Form. All filings for Subleases must be filed
manually and sent to the appropriate address. The mailing address can be found under the Application Fees and Filing Locations
section on page 8 of the Main Form Instructions.
Term of Lease (For New Leases Only)
Item 1 For all new leases, indicate whether the lease is Long-Term or Short-Term. The cumulative lease period for a Short-Term
Lease cannot exceed 365 days from the original commencement date.
Item 2 If a Long-Term De Facto Transfer Lease, enter ‘Y’ if the licensee and lessee have entered into any Short-Term De
Facto Transfer Lease(s) with regard to any spectrum covered by the license(s) that are part of this filing, or within the same
geographic area(s) of the license(s) that are part of this filing. Otherwise, enter ‘N’.
Leased Spectrum (For Geographically-Licenses Services) (For New Leases Only)
Item 3a Enter ‘Y’ if this filing involves geographic area license(s) where only a portion of the licensed spectrum and/or only a portion of
the licensed geographic area will be leased. Enter ‘N’ if this filing involves geographic area license(s) where all of the licensed
spectrum and all of the licensed geographic area will be leased.
Item 3b If the response to 3a is ‘Y’, enter ‘Y’ in item 3b if the lease involves one or more individual point-to-point microwave links that will
be leased. Otherwise, enter ‘N’.
If the response to 3b is ‘Y’, Schedule H must be completed. If the response to 3b is ‘N’, Schedule F and, if applicable, Schedule
G must be completed.
Leased Spectrum (For Site-Based Services) (For New Subleases Only)
Item 3c Enter ‘Y’ if this filing involves site-based license(s) where only a portion of the licensed locations, paths, and/or frequencies will
be leased. Enter ‘N’ if this filing involves site-based license(s) where all of the licensed locations, paths, and/or frequencies will be
leased.
If the response to 3c is ‘N’, only complete Item 178 (Call Sign) and Item 179 (Radio Service Code) on the Main Form.
If the response to 3c is ‘Y’, in addition to Item 178 (Call Sign) and Item 179 (Radio Service Code), complete Items 180-184 (Location
Number, Path Number, Frequency Number, Lower Frequency and/or Upper Frequency), as appropriate, on the Main Form.
Type and Term of Sublease (For New Subleases Only)
Item 4a If the existing Lease is a Long-Term De Facto Transfer Lease, indicate whether the sublease is a De Facto
Transfer Sublease or a Spectrum Manager Sublease.
Item 4b Indicate in Item 4b whether the sublease is Long-Term or Short-Term. The cumulative lease period for Short-Term cannot
exceed 365 days from the original commencement date.
Item 5 If the existing lease is a Long-Term Spectrum Manager Lease, indicate whether the spectrum manager sublease is Long-Term
or Short-Term. The cumulative lease period for Short-Term cannot exceed 365 days from the original commencement date.
Certifications
By signing the Main Form, FCC Form 608, the Licensee, Lessee, and Sublessee certify that the applicable statements listed in this
schedule are true, complete, correct, and made in good faith.

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FCC Form 608

Federal Communications Commission

Schedule B

3060 - 1058
See 608 Main Form Instructions
for public burden estimate

Schedule for New Lease or New Sublease
Term of Lease [For New Leases Only]
1) Indicate whether the Lease is:
(

) Short-Term

or

(

) Long-Term

* The cumulative lease period for a Short-Term Lease cannot exceed 365 days from the original commencement date.
2) If this filing is f o r a Long-Term De Facto Transfer Lease, have the Licensee and Lessee entered into any ShortTerm De Facto Transfer Lease(s) with regard to any spectrum covered by the License(s) that are part of this (
filing, or within the same geographic area(s) of the License(s) that are part of this filing?

) Yes No

Leased Spectrum (For Geographically-Licensed Services) [For New Leases Only]
3a) Does this filing involve geographic-area licenses where only a portion of the licensed spectrum and/or the licensed
geographic area will be leased?

(

) Yes No

3b) If the answer to 3a is ‘Y’, does this filing involve one or more individual point-to-point microwave links that will be
leased?

(

) Yes No

(

) Yes No

If the response to 3b is ‘Y’, complete Schedule H.
If the response to 3b is ‘N’, complete Schedule F and, if applicable, Schedule G.

Leased Spectrum (For Site-Based Services) [For New Leases Only]
3c) Does this filing involve site-based licenses where only a portion of the licensed locations, paths and/or frequencies
will be leased?
If the response to 3c is ‘N’, complete Items 178 (Call Sign) and 179 (Radio Service Code) on the Main Form.
If the response to 3c is ‘Y’, in addition to Items 178 (Call Sign) and 179 (Radio Service Code), complete Items
180-184 (Location Number, Path Number, Frequency Number, Lower Frequency and Upper Frequency), as
appropriate, on the Main Form.

Type and Term of Sublease [For New Subleases Only]
4a) If the existing Lease is a Long-Term De Facto Transfer Lease, are the Lessee and Sublessee entering into a Spectrum Manager Sublease
or a De Facto Transfer Sublease?
(

) Spectrum Manager Sublease

4b) Indicate whether the Sublease is: (

or
) Short-Term

(

) De Facto Transfer Sublease

or

(

) Long-Term

5) If the existing Lease is a Long-Term Spectrum Manager Lease, indicate whether the Spectrum Manager Sublease is:
(

) Short-Term

or

(

) Long-Term

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FCC Form 608

FEDERAL COMMUNICATIONS COMMISSI ON

Schedule C

3060-1058
See 608 Main Form Instructions

Information and Instructions

for public burden estimate

Instructions for Schedule for Modification of a Geographically Licensed Lease or Sublease
To Add, Modify or Delete Technical Location Information
for International Coordination, Environmental Assessment, or Quiet Zone Location
FCC Form 608, Schedule C
Schedule C is a supplementary schedule that is used to provide information regarding a Modification of a Geographically Licensed
Lease or Sublease to add, modify or delete technical location information for locations that require International Coordination, an
Environmental Assessment, or are located in a Quiet Zone. All filings for Subleases must be filed manually and sent to the
appropriate address. The mailing address can be found under the Application Fees and Filing Locations section on page 8 of the Main
Form Instructions.

Location Detail
Item 1 This item must be completed. It indicates the action that the applicant wants the FCC to take with respect to the specified
location. Enter ‘A’ for add, ‘M’ for Modify, or ‘D’ for Delete.
Item 2 This item must be completed. If the location has been previously licensed by the FCC under this lease or sublease, enter its
FCC-assigned location number. For a new location, assign a temporary code to represent the location. This temporary code should
begin with ‘L’ to indicate it is a location and end with a number to uniquely identify it (e.g., L1, L2, L3, etc.). The FCC will assign an
official number to the new location.
Items 3 and 4 This item must be completed. Enter the geographic coordinates (latitude and longitude) of the location.
Enter the latitude using the format DD-MM-SS, where the degrees (DD) term can have a value in the range of 0 to 72, minutes (MM)
can range from 0 to 59, and seconds (SS) can range from 0 to 59.9. If desired, seconds can be rounded to the nearest tenth of a
second (in which case, use the format DD-MM-SS.S). In the right corner, specify the direction as either N for North or S for South.
Enter the longitude using the format DDD-MM-SS, where the degrees (DDD) term can have a value in the range of 64 to 180, minutes
(MM) can range from 0 to 59, and seconds (SS) can range from 0 to 59.9. If desired, seconds can be rounded to the nearest tenth of a
second (in which case, use the format DDD-MM-SS.S). In the right corner, specify the direction as either E for East or W for West.
All coordinates must be referenced to the North American Datum of 1983 (NAD83). This information can be determined in many ways,
including a GPS receiver, a 7.5-minute topographical guadrangle map of the area, or you may consult the city or
county/borough/parish or equivalent entity surveyor in your area. Topographical maps may be purchased from the U.S. Geological
Survey, Washington, DC 20242 or from its office in Denver, Colorado 80225.
Note: Location coordinates (latitude and longitude) for sites in the Continental United States, Puerto Rico, the U.S. Virgin
Islands, Alaska, Hawaii, American Samoa, and Guam must be referenced to the North American Datum of 1983 (NAD83).
Coordinates for sites in the Northern Mariana Islands, Wake Island, and Midway Island should be referenced to the
applicable local datum. If the source from which you obtain the coordinates still utilizes an older datum (i.e., NAD27, PRD40)
you must convert to NAD83.
Conversion routines are available through the internet at
http://wireless.fcc.gov/uls/utilities/nadcon.html.
Item 5 Enter the city or town name for the location in this item.

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Item 6 Enter the State of the location in this item. Refer to FCC Form 608 Main Form Instructions, Appendix I, for a list of valid state,
jurisdiction, and area codes.
Item 7 Enter the County/Borough/Parish or equivalent entity for the location unless any of the following pertain to the location:
a)
b)

The City entered in Item 6 is an Independent City that is not affiliated with a County/Borough/Parish (e.g., Baltimore,
MD), or
The State code entered in Item 7 is GM, Gulf of Mexico

Coordination and Environmental Impact
International Coordination
Item 8 This item must be completed. Enter ‘Y’ if you propose to operate in a Canadian border area. Otherwise, enter ‘N’.
Item 9 This item must be completed. Enter ‘Y’ if you propose to operate in a Mexican border area. Otherwise, enter ‘N’.
National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA)
Item 10 This item must be completed. This item is required for compliance with the National Environmental Policy Act of 1969 (NEPA),
as amended, 42 U.S.C. §§ 4321-4335. See also Part 1, Subpart I of the FCC rules (47 CFR 1.1301 - 1.1319). Enter Yes if an FCC
grant of this application will have a significant environmental effect. Section 1.1307 of the FCC rules lists categories of environmental
effects for which the applicants must file an environment assessment. Otherwise, enter ‘N’.
Examples of facilities that may have a significant effect on the environment include:
•
•
•
•
•

An antenna structure located in a residential area (as defined by applicable zoning laws) that will utilize high intensity
aviation obstruction lighting
A facility located in an officially designated wilderness area, wildlife preserve, or floodplain
A facility that affects a site significant in American history
A facility whose construction involves extensive changes in surface features
Facilities, operations, or transmitters that would cause human exposure to levels of radio frequency radiation in excess
of the limits as detailed in § 1.1310 of the Commission's Rules

Quiet Zone
Item 11a Applicants filing for a new or modified location located in one of the Quiet Zone areas listed below in Item 11b must notify the
proper authority and indicate the date such notification was sent in Item 12a. See Part 1, Subpart F of the FCC Rules (47 CFR 1.924)
Item 11b If the applicant has obtained prior written consent from the Quiet Zone entity for the location specified in the application, enter
“Y” and include a copy of the consent as a Quiet Zone consent attachment. If prior written consent has not been obtained, enter “N”.
Quiet Zone areas:
1 . National Radio Astronomy Observatory, Green Bank, Pocohontas County, West Virginia. The quiet zone is located
within Virginia, West Virginia, and Garrett County, Maryland and bounded by N 39 degrees 15’ 0.4” on the north, W 78
degrees 29’ 59.0” on the east, N 37 degrees 30’ 0.4” on the south, and W 80 degrees 29’ 59.2” on the west. Contact
the Director, National Radio Astronomy Observatory, P.O. Box 2, Green Bank, WV 24944.
2 . Arecibo Observatory, Puerto Rico. The quiet zone consists of the Puerto Rico, Desecheo, Mona, Vieques, and
Culebra islands. Contact the Interference Office, Arecibo Observatory, Post Office Box 53995, Arecibo, Puerto Rico
00612, or electronically at [email protected]
Certifications
By signing the Main Form, FCC Form 608, the Licensee, Lessee and Sublessee certify that the applicable statements listed in this
schedule are true, complete, correct, and made in good faith.

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FCC Form 608

Federal Communications Commission

Schedule C

3060 - 1058
See 608 Main Form Instructions
for public burden estimate

Schedule for Modification of a Geographically Licensed Lease or Sublease
To Add, Modify or Delete Technical Location Information
for International Coordination, Environmental Assessment, or Quiet Zone Location
Location Detail
1) Action Requested: (
Ad d

2) Location Number:

)
Modify

Delete

3) Latitude (DD-MM-SS.S):
(

5) City:

NAD 83
) N or S

6) State:

4) Longitude (DDD-MM-SS.S):
(

NAD 83
) E or W

7) County/Borough/Parish:

Coordination and Environmental Impact
International Coordination
8) Do you propose to operate in an area that requires frequency coordination with Canada?

(

) Yes No

9) Do you propose to operate in an area that requires frequency coordination with Mexico?

(

) Yes No

(

) Yes No

National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA)
10) Would a Commission grant of authorization for this location be an action that may have a significant
environmental effect? See 47 CFR § 1.1307.
If the response to Item 11 is ‘Y’, attach as an exhibit an environmental assessment as required by
Sections 1.1308 and 1.1311 of the Commission’s Rules.

Quiet Zone
11a) If the site is located in one of the Quiet Zones listed in Item 11b of the Instructions, provide the date
(mm/dd/yyyy) that the proper Quiet Zone entity was notified:

11b) Has the applicant obtained prior written consent from the proper Quiet Zone entity for the same
technical parameters that are specified in this filing?

/

) Yes No

If the response to Item 11b is ‘Y’, attach a copy of the consent as a Quiet Zone consent attachment.

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Instructions for Schedule for Transfer of Control of a Lessee or a Sublessee
FCC Form 608, Schedule D
Schedule D is a supplementary schedule that is used to provide information regarding the Transfer of Control of a Lessee/Sublessee.
A single Schedule D is used for all of the Lease Identifier(s) listed on the Main Form. All filings for Subleases must be filed manually
and sent to the appropriate address. The mailing address can be found under the Application Fees and Filing Locations section on
page 8 of the Main Form Instructions.

Transaction Information
Transaction Occurrence
Item 1a Enter ‘Y’ if the Transfer of Control has already occurred. Otherwise, enter ‘N’.
If the response to Item 1a is ‘Y’, the response to Item 2 is Voluntary, and the response to Item 3 or Item 4 is ‘N’, attach an exhibit
explaining the circumstances.
Item 1b If the response to Item 1a is ‘Y’, provide the date the transaction occurred (MM/DD/YYYY).
Voluntary or Involuntary (Select Only One)
Item 2 Indicate whether the Transfer of Control is Voluntary or Involuntary as defined in 47 CFR Part 1 or the applicable service rules.
Pro Forma
Item 3 Enter ‘Y’ if this Application/Notification is a pro forma Transfer of Control of a Lessee/Sublessee. Otherwise, enter ‘N’. If
the response to Item 3 is ‘Y’, also complete Item 4.
A pro forma transfer of control of a Lessee or Sublessee is one in which the actual controlling party of the Lessee or Sublessee does
not change. For example, a corporate restructuring that changes the chain of ownership to the controlling corporation may give rise to a
pro forma transfer of control of a Lessee or Sublessee.
Forbearance Notification
Item 4 If the response to Item 3 is ‘Y’, enter ‘Y’ in Item 4 if this Application/Notification is a post-consummation notification that is being
filed under the Commission’s forbearance procedures pursuant to Section 1.948(c)(1) of the Commission’s Rules. Otherwise, enter
‘N’.
For additional information, see Federal Communications Bar Association's Petition for Forbearance from Section 310(d) of the
Communications Act Regarding Transfers of Control Involving Telecommunications Carriers Licensed by the Wireless
Telecommunications Bureau, Memorandum Opinion and Order, 13 FCC Rcd 6293. This question should be answered only where the
transfer is a pro forma Transfer of Control of a Lessee or Sublessee that does not require prior Commission consent.
Type of Transfer
Item 5 This item indicates how the transfer of control of a lessee/sublessee will be or has been accomplished. Select one of the
following: Sale or other assignment of assets; Court Order; Reorganization or Liquidation; Transfer of Stock or Other Ownership
Interests; or Other (Voting Trust Agreement, Management Contract, etc.).
If Other is selected, the transferor must attach an exhibit to explain how the transfer is to be accomplished, along with copies of any
pertinent contracts, agreements, instruments, certified copies of Court Orders, etc.
Certifications
By signing the Main Form, FCC Form 608, the Licensee, Lessee, Sublessee, Transferor, and Transferee certify that the applicable
statements listed in this schedule are true, complete, correct, and made in good faith.

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FCC Form 608

Federal Communications Commission

Schedule D

3060 - 1058
See 608 Main Form Instructions
for public burden estimate

Schedule for Transfer of Control of a Lessee or a Sublessee

Transaction Information
Transaction Occurrence
1a) Has this Transfer of Control already occurred?

(

) Yes No

1b) If the response to Item 1a is ‘Y’, provide the date the transaction occurred (MM/DD/YYYY):
/
Voluntary or Involuntary (Select Only One)
2 ) The Transfer of Control is:

(
(

Pro Forma
3 ) Is this application a pro forma Transfer of Control?

Forbearance Notification
4 ) If pro forma, is this a post-consummation notification that is being filed under the
Commission’s forbearance procedures pursuant to Section 1.948(c)(1) of the Commission’s Rules?

_/

) Voluntary
) Involuntary

(

) Yes No

(

) Yes

No

Type of Transfer

5) How will/has the Transfer of Control be/been accomplished?
(

) Sale or other assignment of assets

(

) Court Order
) Reorganization or Liquidation

) Transfer of Stock or Other Ownership Interests
) Other (Voting Trust Agreement, Management Contract, etc.)

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FCC Form 608

FEDERAL COMMUNICATIONS COMMISSI ON

Schedule E

3060-1058
See 608 Main Form Instructions

Information and Instructions

for public burden estimate

Instructions for Schedule for Supplemental Information Pertaining
to a New Lease, New Sublease, Revision To Extend the Term of an
Existing Lease or Sublease, or Revision to Cancel an Existing
Lease or Sublease
FCC Form 608, Schedule E
Schedule E is a supplementary schedule that is used to provide information regarding a New Lease, New Sublease, a Revision
to Extend the Term of an Existing Lease or Sublease, or a Revision to Cancel an Existing Lease or Sublease. A single Schedule E is
used to list all of the Call Signs or Lease Identifier(s) shown in Item 182 of the Main Form. All filings for Subleases must be filed
manually and sent to the appropriate address. The mailing address can be found under the Application Fees and Filing Locations
section on page 8 of the Main Form Instructions.
License Authorizations/Lease Identifiers/Sublease Identifiers (Complete as many Schedule E’s as necessary)
Item 1 Enter each Call Sign, Lease Identifier, or Sublease Identifier shown in Item 182 of the Main Form.
Item 2 Enter the Radio Service Code for each Call Sign, Lease Identifier, or Sublease Identifier entered in Item 1.
Item 3 If the filing is for a New Lease or New Sublease, enter in item 3 the commencement date (MM/DD/YYYY) of the Lease or
Sublease for each Call Sign, Lease Identifier, or Sublease Identifier entered in Item 1.
If you want the FCC Grant Date to be the commencement date, check the box and do not provide the date.
If the commencement date(s) provided in the filing are prior to the date that the FCC affirmatively grants consent to a De Facto
Transfer Lease, the commencement date for the Lease/Sublease will be the date that the FCC affirmatively grants consent to the filing.
Item 4 If the filing is for a New Lease or New Sublease, enter the date (MM/DD/YYYY) the Lease or Sublease is due to expire for
each Call Sign or Lease Identifier entered in Item 1.
Item 5 If the filing is for a Revision to Extend the Term of an Existing Lease or Sublease, enter the date (MM/DD/YYYY) the Lease
or Sublease is due to expire for each Lease Identifier entered in Item 1.
Item 6 If the filing is for a Revision to Cancel an Existing Lease or Sublease, enter the date (MM/DD/YYYY) the Lease or Sublease
cancelled for each Lease Identifier entered in Item 1. If the Lease or Sublease never commenced, check the box and do not provide
the date.

Certifications
By signing the Main Form, FCC Form 608, the Licensee, Lessee, and Sublessee certify that the applicable statements listed in
this schedule are true, complete, correct, and made in good faith.

FCC Form 608 – Schedule E Instructions
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FCC Form 608

Federal Communications Commission

Schedule E

3060 - 1058
See 608 Main Form Instructions
for public burden estimate

Schedule for Supplemental Information Pertaining to a New Lease, New
Sublease, Revision to Extend the Term of an Existing Lease or Sublease, or
Revision to Cancel an Existing Lease or Sublease
License Authorizations/Lease Identifiers/Sublease Identifiers (Complete as many Schedule E’s as necessary)
1)
Call Sign(s) or
Lease/S ubleas e
Identifier(s)

2)
Radio Service
Code

3)
Commenc em en t
Date

4) Expiration
Date

(MM/D D/Y Y Y Y )
OR
Check box for
FCC Grant Date

(MM/DD/YYYY)

5) Revised
Expiration Date

6) Cancellation
Date

(MM/DD/YYYY)

(MM/D D/Y Y Y Y )
OR
Check box if
Lease/Sublease
Never Commenced

FCC Form 608 – Schedule E
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FCC Form 608

FEDERAL COMMUNICATIONS COMMISSIO N

Schedule F

3060-1058
See 608 Main Form Instructions

Information and Instructions

for public burden estimate

Instructions for Schedule for Defined Geographic Area To Be Leased
(Geographically-Licensed Services)
FCC Form 608, Schedule F
Schedule F is a supplementary schedule used in conjunction with Schedule B for a New Lease when geographically licensed
authorizations are involved in the Lease and only a portion of the licensed spectrum and/or only a portion of the licensed geographic
area will be leased (the entire spectrum and the entire geographic area are not included in the Lease).
Call Sign
Item 1 Enter the Call Sign of the spectrum associated with the Lease.
Geographic Area of Spectrum To Be Included in Lease
Item 2 If the area to be leased is defined according to the FCC rules, enter its description under Item 2. To obtain a list and
description of defined areas, refer to the FCC Public Notice for the auction. For information regarding electronic filings, please refer to DA
15-1250.
In some cases, more than one geographic area exists with the same name in the same state (e.g., an independent city with the
same name as a county in the same state). To indicate these independent cities, you must enter its 5 digit FIPS code (2-digit state
FIPS code + 3-digit county FIPS code). For example, in Virginia there is a Fairfax County and a Fairfax City. Fairfax City is an
independent city and is not affiliated with Fairfax County. To indicate the city of Fairfax, you must enter its FIPS code, 51600, as
shown in the table below. To indicate the county of Fairfax, you could enter its FIPS code or ‘Fairfax, VA.’ For a listing of FIPS
codes, refer to http://www.census.gov/geo/reference/codes/cou.html.
Item 3 If the area to be leased is undefined, describe its periphery by completing the Undefined Geographic Area Schedule, FCC Form
608, Schedule G. Assign a unique number to each copy of Schedule G that is filed and enter that unique number in Item 3 of this
Schedule F.
Item 4 Enter the population of the leased area.
Frequencies of Spectrum To Be Included in Lease (MHz)
Item 5 Authorized spectrum blocks can be leased by assigning one or more frequency blocks. To indicate a frequency, enter its
lower value in MHz in the Lower Frequency field and enter its upper value in MHz in the Upper Frequency field. In this table, complete
as many entries as you need to indicate the spectrum being leased. For Priority Access Licenses (Radio Service PL), enter the lower and
upper limits of the spectrum to be leased. The difference between the upper limit and the lower limit represents the amount of bandwidth
leased from the Priority Access License. Specific operating frequencies will be assigned by the SAS Administrator prior to commencing
operations.
Certifications
By signing the Main Form, FCC Form 608, the Licensee and Lessee certify that the applicable statements listed in this schedule are
true, complete, correct, and made in good faith.

FCC Form 608 – Schedule F Instructions
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FCC Form 608 – Schedule F Instructions
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FCC Form 608

Federal Communications Commission

Schedule F

3060 - 1058
See 608 Main Form Instructions
for public burden estimate

Schedule for Defined Geographic Area To Be Leased
(Geographically-Licensed Services)
Call Sign
1) Call Sign:
Geographic Area of Spectrum To Be Included in Lease
2)
3)
Undefined Area to be Leased
Defined Area to be
Leased
(Complete Schedule G)

4)
Population of Leased Area

Schedule G # Attached:

5) Frequencies of Spectrum To Be Included in Lease (MHz)

Spectrum Leased

Lower Frequency

Upper Frequency

Spectrum Leased

Lower Frequency

Upper Frequency

Spectrum Leased

Lower Frequency

Upper Frequency

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FCC Form 608

FEDERAL COMMUNICATIONS COMMISSION

Schedule G

Not Approved by OMB
3060-1058
See 608 Main Form Instructions for
public burden estimate

Information and Instructions
Instructions for Schedule for Leases that Involve an Undefined Geographic Area
FCC Form 608, Schedule G
This schedule must be completed and attached if the geographic area of spectrum to be leased is an undefined area, as specified by
Item 3 on Schedule F. Complete and attach a copy of Schedule G for each Call Sign affected by the New Lease. If multiple
undefined areas are requested, each undefined area must have a corresponding Schedule G.
Schedule for Leases that Involve an Undefined Geographic Area
This schedule further defines geographic areas that have not been defined by the FCC. It is used to enter the coordinates of locations
that describe the periphery of a geographic area to be leased. Specifically, enter up to 300 pairs of latitude/longitude coordinates,
one pair for every 3 degrees azimuth around the periphery. Coordinates of the specified locations must be referenced to the North
American Datum of 1983 (NAD83).
Note: If the geographic area to be leased is a defined geographic shape, fewer than 120 coordinates can be
provided, in which case the FCC will assume that these coordinate points are joined by straight lines. For example,
a rectangle can be described by four coordinates, a hexagon by six coordinates, and so on.

Number: Enter the corresponding unique number from Item 3 of Schedule F that was assigned to this undefined area.
Latitude: In this column, enter the latitudes of locations using the format DD-MM-SS.S-D, where the degrees (DD) term can have a
value in the range of 0 to 72, minutes (MM) can range from 0 to 59, seconds (SS.S) can range from 0 to 59.9, and the direction (D)
term is either N for North or S for South.
Longitude: In this column, enter the corresponding longitudes of locations using the format DDD-MM-SS.S-D, where the degrees
(DDD) term can have a value in the range of 64 to 180, minutes (MM) can range from 0 to 59, seconds (SS.S) can range from 0 to
59.9, and the direction (D) term is either E for East or W for West.
Certifications
By signing the Main Form, FCC Form 608, the Licensee and Lessee certify that the applicable statements listed in this schedule are
true, complete, correct, and made in good faith.

FCC Form 608 – Schedule G Instructions
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FCC Form 608

FEDERAL COMMUNICATIONS COMMISSION

Schedule G

3060-1058
See 608 Main Form Instructions

Number:

for public burden estimate

Schedule for Leases that Involve an Undefined Geographic Area
For each undefined geographic area, complete up to 300 Latitude/Longitude combinations for every 3 degrees azimuth, using NAD83
Datum.
Latitude (DD-MM-SS.S-D)

Longitude (DDD-MM-SS.S-D)

Latitude (DD-MM-SS.S-D)

1.

31.

2.

32.

3.

33.

4.

34.

5.

35.

6.

36.

7.

37.

8.

38.

9.

39.

10.

40.

11.

41.

12.

42.

13.

43.

14.

44.

15.

45.

16.

46.

17.

47.

18.

48.

19.

49.

20.

50.

21.

51.

22.

52.

23.

53.

24.

54.

25.

55.

26.

56.

27.

57.

28.

58.

29.

59.

30.

60.

Longitu de (DDD-MM -SS .S -D )

FCC Form 608 – Schedule G
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Number:
Latitude (DD-MM-SS.S-D)

Longitude (DDD-MM-SS.S-D)

Latitude (DD-MM-SS.S-D)

61.

91.

62.

92.

63.

93.

64.

94.

65.

95.

66.

96.

67.

97.

68.

98.

69.

99.

70.

100.

71.

101.

72.

102.

73.

103.

74.

104.

75.

105.

76.

106.

77.

107.

78.

108.

79.

109.

80.

110.

81.

111.

82.

112.

83.

113.

84.

114.

85.

115.

86.

116.

87.

117.

88.

118.

89.

119.

90.

120.

Longitude (DDD-MM-SS.S-D)

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FCC Form 608

FEDERAL COMMUNICATIONS COMMISSI ON

Schedule H

3060-1058
See 608 Main Form Instructions

Information and Instructions

for public burden estimate

Instructions for Schedule for Point-to-Point Microwave Links To Be Leased
In Geographically-Licensed Services
FCC Form 608, Schedule H
Schedule H is a supplementary schedule used in conjunction with Schedule B f or geographically licensed microwave
authorizations when the lease involves one or more individual point-to-point microwave links. If the lease involves a
geographic area, then the applicant must use Schedule F.
Schedule for Point-to-Point Microwave Links To Be Leased In Geographically-Licensed Services
Item 1 Enter the Call Sign of the spectrum associated with the Lease.
Link #: Assign a unique number to each link.
Item 2a and 2b Enter the geographic coordinates (latitude/longitude) of the transmit location for each link referenced to
NAD83.
Enter the latitude using the f ormat DD-MM-SS.S, where the degrees (DD) term can have a value in the range of 0 to
72, minutes (MM) can range from 0 to 59, and seconds (SS) can range from 0 to 59.9.
Enter the longitude using the format DDD-MM-SS.S, where the degrees (DDD) term can have a value in the range of
64 to 180, minutes (MM) can range from 0 to 59, and seconds (SS) can range from 0 to 59.9.
Item 3a and 3b Enter the geographic coordinates (latitude/longitude) of the receive location for each link referenced to
NAD83.
Enter the latitude using the f ormat DD-MM-SS.S, where the degrees (DD) term can have a value in the range of 0 to
72, minutes (MM) can range from 0 to 59, and seconds (SS) can range from 0 to 59.9.
Enter the longitude using the format DDD-MM-SS.S, where the degrees (DDD) term can have a value in the range of
64 to 180, minutes (MM) can range from 0 to 59, and seconds (SS) can range from 0 to 59.9.
Item 4 and 5 Enter one f requency or one f requency band in MHz per line. Enter a specific f requency in Item 4. If
applying f or a f requency band, enter the low side of the band in Item 4 and the high side of the band in Item 5. To
request multiple frequencies or frequency bands for the same link, enter the link multiple times.
Certifications
By signing the Main Form, FCC Form 608, the Licensee and Lessee certify that the applicable statements listed in this
schedule are true, complete, correct, and made in good faith.

FCC Form 608 – Schedule H Instructions
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FCC Form 608

Federal Communications Commission

Schedule H

3060 - 1058
See 608 Main Form Instructions
for public burden estimate

Schedule for Point-to-Point Microwave Links To Be Leased In
Geographically-Licensed Services

1) Call Sign:
Link
#

2a) Transmitter
Latitude
(DD-MM-SS.S-D)
(NAD83)

2b) Transmitter
Longitude
(DDD-M M-S S .S -D)
(NAD83)

3a) Receiver
Latitude
(DD-MM-S S .S -D)
(NAD83)

3b) Receiver
Longitude
(DDD-M M-S S .S -D)
(NAD83)

4) Lower
Frequency
(MHz)

5) Upper
Frequency
(MHz)

FCC Form 608 – Schedule H
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FCC Form 608

FEDERAL COMMUNICATIONS COMMISSI ON

Schedule I

3060-1058
See 608 Main Form Instructions

Information and Instructions

for public burden estimate

Instructions for Schedule for Supplemental Information Pertaining to a
New Private Commons Arrangement, Modification of an
Existing Private Commons Arrangement,
Revision to Extend the Term of an Existing Private Commons Arrangement, or
Revision to Cancel an Existing Private Commons Arrangement
FCC Form 608, Schedule I
Schedule I is a supplementary schedule that is used to provide information regarding a Private Commons Arrangement. This includes
information pertaining to (a) a new Private Commons arrangement, (b) a modification or revision of the terms and conditions, technical
requirements and approved equipment, and/or types of communications uses allowed, (c) a revision to extend the term of an existing
Private Commons arrangement, or (d) a revision to cancel an existing Private Commons arrangement. A single Schedule I is used for all
of the Call Signs, Lease Identifier(s) or Private Commons Identifier(s) listed in Item 182 of the Main Form. All filings for Private
Commons Arrangements must be filed manually and sent to the appropriate address. The mailing address can be found under the
Application Fees and Filing Locations section on page 8 of the Main Form Instructions.
Private Commons Information
A Private Commons arrangement is distinct from a spectrum leasing arrangement. Under a Private Commons arrangement, a Licensee,
Lessee, or Sublessee makes certain spectrum usage rights under the license authorization available to a class of third-party users that
employ advanced communications technologies that involve peer-to-peer communications and do not use the Licensee’s, Lessee’s, or
Sublessee’s end-to-end physical network infrastructure (e.g., base stations, mobile stations, or other related elements) and are not
intended to be used in the provision of network-based services to end-users. See generally Secondary Markets Second Report and
Order, 19 FCC Rcd at 17549-53, paras. 91-99; 47 CFR § 1.9080. Pursuant to the Secondary Markets Second Report and Order, a
Licensee, Lessee, or Sublessee that establishes a Private Commons Arrangement is required to provide notification to the Commission,
prior to commencement of operations under such arrangement, and also must provide exhibits describing certain details (set forth below)
about the nature of this arrangement. Only the Licensee, Lessee or Sublessee that exercises de facto control over the use of the
spectrum associated with the Private Commons arrangement may establish such an arrangement. As manager of the Private
Common arrangement, this Licensee, Lessee or Sublessee also must exercise certain responsibilities to ensure that the users comply
with the technical and service rules applicable to the license authorization. See id.
If this notification involves a new Private Commons arrangement, or it involves a modification or revision of an existing Private Commons
arrangement (i.e., a modification of the terms and conditions, technical requirements and approved equipment, and/or types of
communications uses allowed under an existing Private Commons arrangement, request to extend the term or request to cancel an
existing arrangement), the following questions must be answered and certain exhibits (described below) provided.
General Terms and Conditions
A Licensee, Lessee, or Sublessee establishing and managing a Private Commons arrangement must provide relevant information
pertaining to the general terms and conditions of the arrangement with the class of third-party users that would be employing advanced
communications technologies involving peer-to-peer devices. Attach an exhibit describing the general terms and conditions of this Private
Commons arrangement, including a description of the conditions for spectrum access placed on users.
Technical Requirements and Approved Equipment
A Licensee, Lessee, or Sublessee establishing and managing a Private Commons arrangement is responsible for establishing the technical
and operating terms and conditions of use of users of the Private Commons, including those relating to the types of communications
devices that may be used within the Private Commons. Attach an exhibit describing these technical requirements and the equipment
approved for use in the Private Commons.
Types of Communications Uses Allowed
A Licensee, Lessee, or Sublessee establishing and managing a Private Commons also is required to describe the types of communications
uses that are to be allowed by third-party users in the Private Commons. Attach an exhibit describing these types of uses.

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Item 1 Enter ’Y’ if the Licensee, Lessee, or Sublessee that will be managing the Private Commons arrangement designed the arrangement
to provide access to spectrum by users employing peer-to-peer technologies that do not involve use of the License’s, Lessee’s or
Sublessee’s end-to-end physical network infrastructure and are not intended to be used for the provision of network-based services to
end-users. Otherwise enter ’N’.
If the response to Item 1 is ’Y’, attach the following exhibits: (1) an exhibit describing the general terms and conditions of the Private
Commons arrangement, including a description of the conditions for spectrum access placed on users; (2) an exhibit describing the
technical and operating terms and conditions of use placed on users, including those relating to the types of communications devices that
may be used within the Private Commons; and (3) an exhibit describing the types of communications uses that are to be allowed by users
in the Private Commons.
License Authorizations/Lease Identifiers/Private Commons Identifiers (Complete as many Schedule I’s as necessary)
Item 2 Enter each Call Sign, Lease Identifier, Sublease Identifier, or Private Commons Identifier shown in Item 182 of the Main Form.
Item 3 Enter the Radio Service Code for each Call Sign, Lease Identifier, Sublease Identifier, or Private Commons Identifier entered in
Item 2.
Item 4 Indicate whether the Private Commons arrangement encompasses the entire geographic area covered by the licensed or leased
spectrum listed in response to Item 2. If less than the entire geographic area, provide an exhibit with a complete description of the
area(s) in which users under the Private Commons arrangement will be permitted to operate.
Item 5 If the filing is for either a New Private Commons Arrangement or Modification of an existing Private Commons arrangement, enter
in item 5 the commencement date (MM/DD/YYYY) of this New or Modified Private Commons Arrangement for each Call Sign, Lease
Identifier, Sublease Identifier, or Private Commons Identifier entered in Item 2.
Item 6 If the filing is for either a New Private Commons Arrangement or Modification of an existing Private Commons arrangement, enter
the date (MM/DD/YYYY) the New or Modified Private Commons arrangement is due to expire for each Call Sign, Lease Identifier,
Sublease Identifier, or Private Commons Identifier entered in Item 2.
Item 7 If the filing is for a revision to extend the term of an existing Private Commons arrangement, enter the revised date (MM/DD/YYYY)
the Private Commons arrangement is now due to expire for each Lease Identifier, Sublease Identifier or Private Commons
Identifier entered in Item 2.
Item 8 If the filing is for a revision to cancel an existing Private Commons arrangement, enter the date (MM/DD/YYYY) the Private
Commons arrangement will be terminated for each Lease Identifier, Sublease Identifier, or Private Commons Identifier entered in Item 2.
If the Private Commons Arrangement never commenced, check the box and do not provide the date.
Certifications
By signing the Main Form, FCC Form 608, the Licensee, Lessee and Sublessee, certify that the applicable statements listed in this
schedule are true, complete, correct, and made in good faith.

FCC Form 608 – Schedule I Instructions
XXXXXXXX – Page 2

FCC Form 608

Federal Communications Commission

Schedule I

3060 - 1058
See 608 Main Form
Instructions for public
burden estimate

Schedule for Supplemental Information Pertaining to a
New Private Commons Arrangement, Modification of an Existing Private Commons
Arrangement,
Revision to Extend the Term of an Existing Private Commons Arrangement, or
Revision to Cancel an Existing Private Commons Arrangement
1) Has the Licensee/Lessee/Sublessee that will be managing the Private Commons arrangement
designed the arrangement to provide access to spectrum by users employing peer- to-peer
technologies that do not involve use of the Licensee/Lessee/Sublessee’s end-to-end physical
network infrastructure and are not intended to be used for the provision of network-based services
to end-users?

(

) Yes No

If yes, attach the following exhibits: (1) an exhibit describing the general terms and conditions of
the Private Commons arrangement, including a description of the conditions for spectrum access
placed on users; (2) an exhibit describing the technical and operating terms and conditions of use
placed on users, including those relating to the types of communications devices that may be
used within the Private Commons; and (3) an exhibit describing the types of communications
uses that are to be allowed by users in the Private Commons.
License Authorizations/Lease/Sublease Identifiers/Private Commons Identifiers (Complete as many Schedule I’s as necessary)
2)
3)
4)
5)
6)
7)
8)
Call Sign(s) or
Lease/Sublease/
Private Commons
Identifier(s)

Radio
Service
Code

Area(s) Covered by
Under Private
Commons
Arrangement

Commenc em en t
Date

Expiration Date

Revised
Expiration Date

Cancellation
Date

(MM/DD/YYYY)

(MM/D D/Y Y Y Y )

(MM/DD/YYYY)

(MM/DD/YYYY)
OR Check
box if
Private Commons
Arrangement
Never Commenced

( ) Same as item 2
( ) Less than Item 2
(if Less, provide exhibit)
( ) Same as item 2
( ) Less than Item 2
(if Less, provide exhibit)
( ) Same as item 2
( ) Less than Item 2
(if Less, provide exhibit)
( ) Same as item 2
( ) Less than Item 2
(if Less, provide exhibit)
( ) Same as item 2
( ) Less than Item 2
(if Less, provide exhibit)
( ) Same as item 2
( ) Less than Item 2
(if Less, provide exhibit)
( ) Same as item 2
( ) Less than Item 2
(if Less, provide exhibit)
( ) Same as item 2
( ) Less than Item 2
(if Less, provide exhibit)

D

D

D

D

D

D

D

D

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