Sprint pays $10 million fine for failing to do environmental and historical reviews of cell sites

The FCC announced today that it has reached a $10 million settlement with Sprint over the carrier’s construction on cell sites without completing required environmental and historical reviews. In addition to writing the U.S. Treasury a big fat check, Sprint agreed that in the future, the wireless operator will enhance its environmental and historic preservation reviews before working on its cell towers and other wireless infrastructure facilities…
Source: FS – Phones
Sprint pays million fine for failing to do environmental and historical reviews of cell sites