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AT&T Responds to Sprint Lawsuit

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Replying to:  I could just be really, REALLY dumb, but by carmodboy99   Sep 7, 2011, 2:47 AM

Re: I could just be really, REALLY dumb, but

by Slammer    Sep 7, 2011, 6:26 AM

---" Assuming of course, that by "spectrum exhaust situation" they mean that the nation is running out of useable spectrum"---

AT&T is manipulating the facts.

AT&T is trying to use jargon to confuse the country for their benefit.


True, The amount of readily available "useable" spectrum up for grabs, is indeed scarce. However, it has nothing to do with purchasing Tmobile. It will not magically bring new spectrum to the Nation. It is only shifting what TmobileUSA already has and become AT&T's.

Now there is another point of view:

With Tmobile's subscriber base not utilizing all of it's spectrum, one would perceive that ATT would utilize more of that spectrum, creating the illusion that this would bring more spectrum to the nation. The last I checked, the entire nation is not using just ATT.

When a criminal gets desperate, they often become careless and sloppy. When under heavy questioning, their story becomes inconsistant and illogical. It is amazing that AT&T's obvious irrational sound bites have been able to continue this long.

AT&T is a business and I understand it wanting to have a certain control for competitive advantage, but to try and hide its true intent by fielding illogical statements questioning after questioning, should be proof that AT&T is up to no good.

John B.

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