But that "footprint" is mostly for 1x CDMA. Sprint's nationwide roaming agreement with Metro is only for 1x.
Originally Posted by XMetroPCSemploy
Plus, "in market" no roaming agreements work. Roaming is for out of market. In market, Metro is pushing LTE signal through narrow bands. Verizon and AT&T are using broader bands and thus get more LTE speed.
If Metro is to expand, they need more spectrum that they can run LTE on "in market" as well as better roaming agreements nationwide. No one wants to buy a phone and keep jumping from 1x to LTE and back all the time.
Your creed may be interesting, but your deeds are much more convincing.