AT&T Says It Needs T-Mobile to Fix Network Problems
Please brush up on what a "Monopoly" actually is before throwing the word around.
"A market in which there are many buyers but only one seller."
Is AT&T a monopoly?
Will they become one with the T-Mobile merger?
Can you switch providers at will?
If you sign a contract with a carrier, can they change it?
If you don't like AT&T do you HAVE to purchase them in-order to have cellular service?
Are there other cellular companies that provide comparable, if not better services and rates?
Duopoly I've seen a lot.
And it slowly is crawling towards only having two national carriers.
Also, monopoly? No. Duopoly? Yes.
"Spectrum shortage"? You ain't got no "spectrum shortage"!
Following the AWS 2100+1700 MHz auction in 2006 and the Upper/Lower 700 MHz auction in 2008, Phonescoop published a "Visual Guide" to the results of each auction. Take a look at the breadth of the spectrum that AT&T acquired.
AT&T AWS 2100+1700 MHz spectrum licensed footprint:
AT&T Lower 700 MHz spectrum licensed footprint:
AT&T has put none of that spectrum into commercial use. To repeat, none. No W-CDMA 2100+1700, as ...
I have filed a complaint as of March 19th with the FCC on my thoughts and oppositional rendering of what the real issue is here.
Curious to know wheth...
The map shows an a great amount of spectrum. Why was ATT not given a time frame to use this? What is the difference in their situation as opposed to Sprint's timeline with their holdings?
AT&T Needs to fix their own network before telling others to fix theirs don't you think?
They get 1700 for LTE and some additional 1900... too much in some area...
It's just lovely....
( ATT Agent ) Good Morning thank you for calling ATT how may I help you?