AT&T and Dish Network walked away with the bulk of spectrum licenses up for grabs in the FCC's latest spectrum auction. AT&T agreed to spend roughly $9 billion on midband spectrum licenses for 5G, while Dish agreed to spend $7.3 billion.Those results are mostly in line with analyst expectations.T-Mobile agreed to spend almost $3 billion on spectrum licenses in the auction.Interestingly, Verizon did not purchase any licenses. That's noteworthy considering Verizon spent more than $50 billion on licenses in the FCC's previous auction, of C-band spectrum, that ended last year. The company is planning to light up a network on that spectrum in the next few days.Other winners in the auction, as disclosed by the FCC, include private equity companies like Grain Management and Columbia Capital, as well as a number of smaller investors and rural telecom providers.Table 1: Andromeda auction winners (Auction 110 of 3.45GHz-3.55GHz) BidderBidding entityWinning bidsLicenses wonAT&TAT&T Auction Holdings, LLC$9 billion1,624Dish NetworkWeminuche L.L.C.$7.3 billion1,232T-MobileT-Mobile License LLC$2.9 billion199Columbia CapitalThree Forty-Five Spectrum, LLC$1.4 billion18UscellularUnited States Cellular Corporation$580 million380Whitewater Wireless II, L.P.$428 million14Grain ManagementNewLevel III, L.P. 0$376 million8Moise AdvisoryCherry Wireless, LLC$211 million319N Squared Wireless, LLC$101.8 million55Skylake Wireless II, LLC$39 million57Blue Ridge Wireless LLC$8.9 million39Agri-Valley CommunicationsAgri-Valley Communications$8 million7LICTLICT Wireless Broadband Company, LLC$7.7 million24ViaeroNE Colorado Cellular, Inc.$6.7 million18NsightNsight Spectrum, LLC$4.7 million6East Kentucky NetworkEast Kentucky Network, LLC$4.4 million2Carolina West WirelessCarolina West Wireless, Inc.$3.8 million11PVTPVT Networks, Inc.$2 million6Chat MobilityRSA 1 Limited Partnership$1.7 million1Raptor Wireless LLC$845,700 6Horry TelephoneHorry Telephone $88,060 12PocketiNetPocketiNet Communications$59,501 1Jones, Anthony L$1,575 2Bidder identity included where available. Source: FCCThe bidding portion of the FCC's auction, dubbed the "Andromeda auction" by Light Reading because it sounds cool, ended in November with a total of around $22 billion in winning bids. The agency on Friday released the identity of the winning bidders. The auction released 100MHz of midband spectrum between 3.45GHz and 3.55GHz. The event, dubbed Auction 110 by the FCC, started October 5.The FCC's Andromeda auction is the agency's third-biggest spectrum auction ever. As noted by Next TV, only the $45 billion AWS-3 auction in 2015 and the $81 billion C-band auction last year generated more in winning bids.The value of the spectrum licenses in the Andromeda auction could rise if interference concerns continue to drag on the C-band.However, to put their licenses to use, Andromeda auction winners must purchase new radios that are capable of broadcasting signals in the 3.45GHz-3.55GHz band.Smartphones may be a different matter, however. Executives from component supplier Resonant suggested that current smartphones that support the C-band might also be able to support 5G transmissions in the new 3.45GHz-3.55GHz band that's currently being auctioned. That's because both bands fall into the 3GPP's n77 technical standard, which stretches from 3.3GHz to 4.2GHz.