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Verizon: T-Mobile's Legere 'Is Simply Wrong'

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Jun 12, 2015, 12:36 PM

Way to parry words Verizon.

"T-Mobile is more than welcome to participate in any auction the FCC holds. No company can prevent another from participating."

Umm, that is not what T-Mobile is complaining about. Tmobile has every intention to bid. The point is that T-Mobile can have all the money in the world and bid its ass off only to receive the maximum of 30mhz.

It irks me when VZW and AT&T twist the logic to mask the facts. Is VZW and ATT willing to surrender blocks of 700Mhz in order to compensate for the 600 they will gain? I would most certainly like to see this happen to provide a balance.

John B.
well said.
Why should they give up something they purchased already? Are you willing to give up property or money in your own business ventures?
Where does it say that t mobile can only bid up to 30mhz? The 30 is only reserved for smaller carriers, does not say it couldn't bid on more.

Jun 12, 2015, 8:41 AM

Wow... Verizon is full of deceit

Verizon fails to recognize that they have loads of low band. If they are allowed to buy more, it will be very bad for the market. Just because they are able to participate doesn't mean Verizon and Art don't have the power to outbid everyone. I don't know why he even bothers trying to argue with John Legere.
The point
Your head

Verizon is pointing out how it's hypocritical for tmobile to be a big company but still hold victim /underdog status to curry favor for a legeslative(sp) block on bigger companies for the auction.

So no they a...
You're right on. Verizon has much deeper pockets to bid on spectrum. They don't even need that spectrum. Verizon can say T-Mobile is welcome to participate all day long, but it doesn't take away from the fact that T-Mobile doesn't have the cash res...
Not so fast.

I remember reading something about 1-2 months ago about how although ATT and Verizon may own the most bandwidth, they have the least amount of bandwidth per customer when compared to T-Mobile and Sprint.

That is why Verizon and ATT ...
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