http://gallery.wirelessadvisor.com/s...&searchid=5949). T-Mobile, also at 1900 has filled in spots between these towers, where as Sprint never did.
The problem with Sprint was that they ran out of money after the merger because they had to buy their own affiliates and Nextel Partners. Both they, and Nextel, were heavily indebted already, so they could not really borrow money. On top of that they had to have a $5B credit line to pay for rebanding.
I just hope they keep doing well, so they can afford to finish the Network Vision project. It's Network Vision or bust.
Sprint has not neglected Florida at all. There's a program that one of my friend's has that can show the cell site density/spacing before and after the Nextel merger. Florida has had a MAJOR expansion that is very impressive when you see the before and after layed out side by side and this includes pretty much the entire state. You could make an argument about how Sprint has neglected some areas in the SE like Alabama, Mississippi, Louisiana but Florida and even Georgia are not part of that. Even over the past year they've continued to add a bunch of new sites. If you're not satisfied with all that Sprint has done there since the merger than nothing is going to satisfy you. Even if and when they do 1x advanced & 800 there's still going to be the same people saying things like "they don't have enough sites" or "it's not working as good as I hoped". Wait and see.
Last edited by larryt510; 03-17-2011 at 01:08 PM.
However, I don't want to jack this thread, so lets get back to the PTT/.
I am looking forward to more details on both the Network Vision project as well as how PTT fits within that plan. Hopefully we will hear more about it next week at CTIA.
Hey, remember when we were talking about PTT, instead of the Southeast?
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