AT&T Admits There's No Spectrum Crisis
You'll recall that during their bid to acquire T-Mobile, AT&T repeatedly insisted that there was a terrible spectrum crunch afoot, and they simply would not be able to deploy LTE nationally without gobbling up a major competitor. Roughly a year later and, as we illustrated yesterday, AT&T has shown that they didn't need T-Mobile at all, and was perfectly able to go out and get the spectrum they needed elsewhere. AT&T has completed more than 40 spectrum deals in one year, showing there's really nothing deep pockets can't fix.a.k.a. RyZR from HoFo
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- 11-24-2012, 10:32 AM #2
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Re: AT&T Admits There's No Spectrum Crisis
It was more that acquiring T Mobile was an easier way to deploy LTE in a quick manner...but they really didn't need to and I think it was the better move overall. T Mobile is a mess my buddy has them in Chicago and I literally had to hang up with him 6 times cause his phone would cut out
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