They want to free up more spectrum… and sell it to cell phone companies.

That’s really not what we need. The big problem for wireless broadband right now is that you’re limited to a handful of large companies. Small companies have to compete for the scraps of wireless bandwidth that are in the 900/2.4/5.3/5.8 ranges… What we need is more ISM space that isn’t regulated or assigned to any one company so that we can have real alternatives to the big wireless carriers.