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AT&T and Sprint Tussle About Roaming Rules

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oh Sprint

edzero

Jan 25, 2012, 10:49 AM
Sprint is like the guy that goes to the bar with a bunch of friends. Everybody including sprint orders a drink. Then when they all decide to see a menu for some food, Sprint decides they dont want any food, but proceeds to graze off of everyone elses plates. Get your own food, Sprint.
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wysiwyg

Jan 25, 2012, 10:57 AM
When Verizon purchased Altell and AT&T purchaesd spectrum in ND, SD, MT. sprint lost coverage there. Today there is hardly any coverage for Sprint customers in the upper Midwest and now in Sprints home state. Sprint this is a huge chunk of the country. Wake up and provide better service for us who live in flyover land. Then maybe you might have enough customers left. To keep you in the fight.
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eskeebel

Jan 26, 2012, 10:20 AM
LOL! That is EXACTLY what Sprint is doing!
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planethulk

Jan 26, 2012, 1:30 PM
Weird considering that the only network bigger than Sprint in Oklahoma is ATT... Oh and ATT roams off of Pioneer wireless in ALL of Western Oklahoma. ATT: "How dare Sprint do what we do!!!"
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eskeebel

Jan 26, 2012, 1:39 PM
Roaming agreements are designed to fill in the gaps where you don't have spectrum holdings. The 2 major areas that sprint is talking about about roaming in, they have the spectrum to build the network, they just don't want to pony up. I don't have a problem with roaming, i'm thankful for it...but use it when you NEED to, not when you're too cheap to put up the funds.
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planethulk

Jan 26, 2012, 3:23 PM
Too cheap? They are in the middle of a multibillion dollar network expansion/upgrade. Get off the kool-aid homie.
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Fredd

Jan 26, 2012, 3:01 PM
Yes, AT&T has negotiated mutually beneficial roaming agreements in areas where their spectrum is lacking. It is not the same as Sprint is trying to do. The key is "negotiated agreements".
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