Anyway.. we'll see what happens. I'm happy for the time being. Next year makes 11 years with T-Mo for me.
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Toyota | moving forward
Primary: Galaxy Note II & iPhone 5 (AWS): 5 lines, 1x $15 4.5GB data, 3x $2.99 T-Zones (truly unlimited 4G data), myFaves, corp discount + $10/mo loyalty discount = $88/mo tax inclusive
Secondary: iPhone 3GS: Airvoice Wireless, Samsung Fascinate & HTC Trophy: Page Plus
Furthermore, Sprint Spectrum in Washington-Baltimore and VoiceStream in Honolulu were the first two PCS 1900 MHz licensees and markets to launch in late 1995 and early 1996, respectively. And both were GSM 1900. So, that does lend credence to your theory that DCS 1800 begat rapid availability for GSM 1900.
Lastly, VoiceStream did offer an AMPS "sleeve" for at least one or two Nokia GSM 1900 handsets. Thus, that could have been the way that VoiceStream intended partly to harmonize its GSM 1900 urban coverage with sibling WWC's AMPS rural coverage.
Yes, I own one. It slips on back of the Nokia 5190/6190 phone between the phone and battery.Lastly, VoiceStream did offer an AMPS "sleeve" for at least one or two Nokia GSM 1900 handsets. Thus, that could have been the way that VoiceStream intended partly to harmonize its GSM 1900 urban coverage with sibling WWC's AMPS rural coverage.
Left: Apple iPhone 5 on T-Mobile Unlimited LTE, On the right CenturyLink DSL at Home:
AT&T and T-Mobile SF Bay Area+ Cell Sites - with Cell ID labels
Over 1,100 AT&T sites in the 9 Bay Area counties + San Benito, Santa Cruz and Monterey counties
Now over 1,500 T-Mobile sites in these 12 counties
Anyone else have any further thoughts on the failed acquisition of T-Mobile? Please feel free to open a new thread in the main forums. This thread was probably the most provocative and heated in quite some time for our T-Mobile family. I think it's time to discuss plan B, C and/or D with new threads.
Thanks everyone for your contributions!