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AT&T and T-Mobile Ask FCC for Permission to Transfer Spectrum

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Jan 24, 2012, 8:26 AM

Any DETAILED info on WHERE coverage will increase

I live in Fayetteville NC. I get 3G/4G coverage in the city itself...I go slightly out and I am in constant slow 2G. Does any know if there will be a coverage increase in my market? Is there a FULL proposed list of where the extra AT&T coverage will be available on my T-mobile device. Also, I have a MyTouch 4g...is it capable of roaming on the AT&T bands for data & cellular??
Check phonedog for where Tmobile is getting spectrum. Nothing in NC

Jan 23, 2012, 4:29 PM


Woot. Maybe Tminus can stop sucking with coverage now!!!

The service is great when it works, but it fails really bad when I travel up and down California. I frequently travel from San Francisco to LA on the weekends and the coverage is extremely poor when I get closer north.
Hope they say no! One company should not have to give something up and get nothing in return.
I really dont think you travel to LA or SF that much. T-mo has a really strong foot print in those areas. It is way stronger than AT&T & Sprint in those markets. That is fact. The rest of the country I cant speak for, but I can speak for those 2 marke...

Jan 24, 2012, 11:10 AM

This hurts Sprint

If Sprint hated the merger, this is really going to make them mad. If Tmobile improves there coverage to the point it matches Sprint, why go and deal with Sprint's slow network.

Jan 23, 2012, 7:32 PM

roaming agreement

When does the 7 year UMTS roaming agreement begin?
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