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Top message:  So what does this mean for Sprint? by MarryTheNight   Feb 14, 2012, 10:28 PM

Replying to:  Re: So what does this mean for Sprint? by pfs2009   Feb 15, 2012, 3:46 AM

Re: So what does this mean for Sprint?

by akidwai    Feb 15, 2012, 8:24 AM

I have heard this claim several times in phone scoop forums that Sprint has twice the spectrum that Verizon or ATT has.

The ten thousand dollar question is why was Verizon told to divest some of Alltel spectrum a few yrs back in some markets if Sprint had soooo much spectrum in its possession at that time.

Very similar question question can be asked about the recent defunked ATT and Tmobile merger. ATT was told it could not get all of Tmobile spectrum in some markets.

Why does all these divestments need to happen if Sprint has the same amount of spectrum of ATT plus Verizon in its own lonesome?????

Just curious if Rich the moderator can illuminate us on some information.

Is this double spectrum claim bogus or true, and if true then why did we not hear about the massive spectrum that Sprint owns at the present time during these merger / need to offload some spectrum debates??

Asif

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