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Top message:  Qchat vs. iDEN by motoman117   Jul 3, 2008, 11:22 PM

Replying to:  Re: Qchat vs. iDEN by nextel18   Jul 4, 2008, 11:03 AM

Re: Qchat vs. iDEN

by poweredup    Jul 4, 2008, 1:07 PM

and for those who dont know what they are getting rid of/exchanging here is an "example" of what they are doing.

lets just say sprint has 800-825, the government has 826-850 then sprint has 851-857, sprint is merely exchanging the 800-825 for the 826-850 spectrum so that it has a continous part of the spectrum rather than having it broken up by the governments part. Very Happy this might have been explained b4 but i thought i would re-explain it just in case some may have missed it.

*800-825 *826-850 *851-875 (start)
sprint government sprint

*800-825 *826-850 *851-875 (finish)
government sprint sprint

*these are in no way the exact numbers and are used for demonstration purposes only. p.s. if this is not correct please let me know because this is what i gathered when it was explained to me. Very Happy

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