Sprint Offers LTE Progress Report
Replying to: Deadline = Other Carriers Advantage by rwalford79
Re: Deadline = Other Carriers Advantage
Everyone comes into these forums wanting a chance to disect Sprint and decide what Sprint maybe thinking. However, I can assure you that nobody knows the position Sprint is in more than Sprint. Do people really think Sprint is trying to lose subs intentionally? This type of technology doesn't happen over overnight. They've acquired an enormous amount assets in the last two years and have had to engineer it to work together far more harder than the two largest carriers that have indispensible cash to just purchase choice spectrum and other carriers. Now add in the horrendous management in the past, Sprint has and still has work to do. However, it recognizes a step forward needs to be made and they are not sitting down on their arses.While you break apart all the sources Sprint has as being a burden, these assets will eventually be Sprint's shining star.
ATT and Verizon really should be looking at the underlying spectrum power that Sprint now has in their hands. It will take time to deploy but even as other carriers seem to be moving quicker, Sprint will prevail as being a very worthy carrier. I suspect that in the next year and a half, people will be looking at Sprint much differently. Dan Hesse hasn't skipped a beat yet where as Gary Forsee left him a bag of crap a mile high.
- Re: Deadline = Other Carriers Advantage by KOL4420