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T-Mobile Settles FCC's Rural Dropped-Call Complaint for $40M

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Charles Bigelow

Apr 17, 2018, 6:52 AM

Not just dropped calls

Also no coverage at all because contrary to T-Mobile keeps boasting about their improved network coverage, there are no "roaming" agreements in certain areas becasue they feel their "native" footprint is that good in the first place.
I was told on numerous occasions that either they don't feel it necessary, not in their budget, not a priority, or they just don't have a roaming agreement with AT&T wherever that may be.
So if you have no coverage in many areas, there is a rhyme behind the reasoning.
Agreed — although Sprint’s LTE coverage is poor, basic phone services work in most places, so it’s a choice between a hamburger steak (Sprint) or filet mignon (Verizon) as opposed to a junior burger (T-Mobile) or prime sirloin (AT&T). At least w...
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