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SoftBank May Appeal to U.S. Public for T-Mobile Support

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Replying to:  PLEASE GOD NO by dougm   Mar 4, 2014, 10:36 AM

Re: PLEASE GOD NO

by JJinNYC    Mar 4, 2014, 12:33 PM

dougm said:
Did everyone forget what happened with NEXTEL???? This MUST NOT HAPPEN!


It's not about what happened with Nextel. It's about an incompetent company with a history failed projects. Nextel, QChat, WiMAX, ridiculously slow LTE deployment due to backhaul issues. A company so incompetent it blames it's failures on AT&T and Verizon so it wants to go to easy route by acquiring another company and therefore removing competition. It's anti-consumer and not in the best interest of the consumer.

Acquiring T-Mobile and merging it's incompatible network will be disastrous on so many levels. CDMA vs GSM, different frequencies, different types of LTE, Sprint uses some weird version of LTE called TD-LTE that no one else uses. There will be too much spectrum. Some of it will have to be divested in certain markets. Ugh I can go on and on.

No just no to this.

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