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AT&T Announces HSPA 7.2 Deployment

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Sep 9, 2009, 9:50 AM

How come...

...when these upgrade announcements come out they never mention the tri-state area (NY,NJ,CT). Isn't the Tri-state area one of the most densely populated areas in the US? Charlotte is pretty sparse compared to the other cities mentioned.

I guess my question is: Why Charlotte? and not Phoenix, or Philadelphia which have higher populations?
Good qustion indeed, espescially the tri-state, there's gotta be at least 14 million or so people around the 5 boroughs, Jersey, and southern Ct, that 14 million was just a guess.
Plus all the 10s of thousands of travelers daily & weekly through the ...
I suspect that the NY area is still getting 'fixed' for 3g 850 in many areas.

L.A. Metro (+15 million) has had its 3G 850 up for ~5-6months now in the downtown, and since last fall in the valleys.

I can't speak for other areas.

Sep 9, 2009, 9:28 AM

Damn it Las Vegas is missing!

Damn it Las Vegas is missing from the before tge end of the year list. Well this is all very exciting AT&T news today, I guess everybody is too busy discussing the A-List headline to notice this.
i might just go disneyland and universal to test hspa 7.2! haha
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