Three More Towns Now Have T-Mo 3G
Today T-Mobile noted that it has added Abilene and Amarillo, Texas, and Albany, Georgia, to its 3G footprint.
AT&T Replacing Alltel Brand with Its Own Across Georgia
AT&T today said beginning Dec. 10 all Alltel stores and services across Georgia will be rebranded under the AT&T name.
AT&T and T-Mobile Agree to Swap Some Spectrum
AT&T and T-Mobile recently filed paperwork with the FCC seeking permission to swap spectrum assets. The companies are looking at PCS and AWS spectrum in a handful of markets.
AT&T Expands VoLTE Footprint
AT&T today said its VoLTE service is now available in a wider number of markets around the country. AT&T first deployed VoLTE in a limited number of midwestern cities earlier this year.
Towns Have to Quickly Tell Why They Reject Cell Towers
The Supreme Court sided with T-Mobile in a court case regarding the cell tower approval process. T-Mobile claimed Roswell, Ga., sent it a short letter denying a new tower and then referred T-Mobile to the town's minutes to figure out for itself the rationale behind the denial.
AT&T to Scoop Up WCS Spectrum from Sprint
AT&T has agreed to pick up 19 WCS spectrum licenses from Sprint for an undisclosed sum, according to a filing the companies made with the Federal Communications Commission. The WCS licenses cover 2.3GHz spectrum across portions of the south, including Georgia, Florida, Alabama, Louisiana, and Texas.
Decisions on rollout cities...
why even bother?
and tmobile 3g is faster and has a more expanded footprint when compared to att in alot of markets.
Ok Tmobile is behind on 3g. Now when the world is moving to 4g theyre just now expanding their 3g footprint? Why not just wait and go strait to lte? Im just saying. They offered 2g when 3g was available. Now i see t
Is T-mobile Just Prepping to Sell Their Network