AT&T and Verizon Wireless Finalize Asset Swap
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Dec 22, 2008, 1:46 PM by Eric M. Zeman
AT&T and Verizon Wireless announced the completion of the FCC-mandated asset swap. AT&T picked up Rural Cellular Corporation properties from Verizon Wireless, including licenses, network assets and subscribers, in the Burlington, Vt. metropolitan service area, as well as rural areas of Kentucky, New York, Vermont, and Washington states. In return, Verizon Wireless acquired former Dobson Communications Corporation properties, including licenses, network assets and subscribers, in Kentucky, as well as 10 MHz of PCS spectrum in a number of areas and an undisclosed amount of cash.
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To all the At&t and Verizon Fans
The words grueling and Sprint were used, and this time they weren't used in the context of the wireless company's financial performance.
This time, as a matter of fact, the news was positive.
The No. 3 wireless company came in No. 1 in a "grueling" and "definitive" test of 3G networks operated by AT&T, Sprint and Verizon.
Gadget blog Gizmodo tested the three wireless networks in eight cities around the U.S. Gizmodo testers in the cities used laptops and wireless modems to test download and upload speeds in three- to five-locations around each city.
Sprint offered the fastest download speeds in four of the eight cities - New York, Boston, Seattle and Portland. In some cases,...
to get back to the original subject of the article....
Good but how soon?
By the sound of it, it is already up and working....