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FCC to Decide Outcome of AT&T, Sprint Network Battle

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bones boy

Mar 18, 2008, 8:39 AM

How does this work?

Sprint-Nextel and AT&T use different technologies for their cell networks. How can they share networks in particular markets? Am I missing something?
They may use different technologies, but they run the same frequency (850/1900 MHz) Looking at the article mentioning BellSouth, I think the issue is the 850 MHz that Sprint want to roam off of.
I believe this has something to do with the landline exchange system. Usually X company pays Y company for the call routing onto their system. Which is why BellSouth was mentioned.
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