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Sprint and AT&T Request a Spectrum Swap

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Nov 23, 2010, 5:49 PM

Charlotte, North Carolina

I noticed Charlotte was the only city that has the state it is in referenced in the post. The reason why I point this out is I read a Charlottean (sp.) complain about this one time and then soon after started noticing it in articles. It is funny because I have visited Charlotte and it is a large metro area and I don't know of a different Charlotte in another state that is anywhere near the size. I can't figure out why people do this.
I believe there is one in West Virginia and one in Florida.

Small towns, really, but hey, you wouldn't want one of THEIR residents getting confused.

Nov 23, 2010, 6:35 PM

Dallas Area?

Interesting! DFW is att's flagship market and hotbed for subscribers. I can't fathom how Sprint's spectrum here could benefit att?

Maybe they need it because so many people in DFW have AT&T. Their network is probably close to full capacity.
The spectrum in this transaction does not cover Dallas. It covers BTA003 Abilene, TX and BTA418 Sherman-Denison, TX, both of which are contained w/in Sprint's MTA007 Dallas-Ft. Worth PCS B 30 MHz license. To give you an extent of the size of MTA007,...
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