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    End 2017 Projected Coverage Map

    Here is T-Mobile 2017 end of year projected coverage map, from their 4th quarter earnings report. Wonder how much of it has to do with USC roaming deal that was announced last year?

    Here is the original pdf document.
    http://cloud.tapatalk.com/s/58a3e745...orFactbook.pdf

    Tapatalk really reduces the quality of images.

    The keys from top to bottom are:
    LTE
    HSPA/GSM
    2G/3G Partner Roaming.

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    Do you have a bigger image?

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    Quote Originally Posted by mossme89 View Post
    Do you have a bigger image?
    I uploaded the original pdf document in the original post, image is on page 7. Sorry I was on my phone so I just took a screenshot of it.

    **Edit**

    I was able to extract the whole page on my phone as a image, and reuploaded it to the original post, should be a larger image.

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    All of the new coverage in West Virginia, Oregon, Maine, and Iowa is definitely US Cellular. It matches their coverage exactly.
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    Here's a GIF of the two maps: http://i.imgur.com/tw8oxjl.gif

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    - Map (Dec. 31, 2016): http://i.imgur.com/908RcN8.png
    - Map (Dec. 31, 2017): http://i.imgur.com/EdRrLKz.png
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    They only separate out partner 2G and 3G as a different color, not partner LTE, so that color has to include partner as well as native, which would include USCC and CCA partners across the country. Montana and West Virginia are the most noticeable big adds this year.

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    Starting to look good.

    I noticed tmobile has 71m total customers? I remember not too long ago they were in the 30s for a while. Quite impressive
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    Looks like northern Michigan and the Thumb area will get improved coverage as well. Looks like they will be filling in some of the holes

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    Quote Originally Posted by dnywlsh View Post
    All of the new coverage in West Virginia, Oregon, Maine, and Iowa is definitely US Cellular. It matches their coverage exactly.
    When it eventually happens. Maybe someday.

    ITMT, did anyone read the report? Why does it look like CAPEX is dropping off? (p. 22)
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    It's funny when I see solid coverage of LTE shown on those maps and know that isn't true for several areas I go to. Are they getting better over the past year or two? Absolutely. But not that good.

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    The USCC and CCA partners, does that mean the additional potential coverage is all roaming? If so, how long can T-Mobile rely upon that and not have native coverage. Would love to see T-mobile buy out one of them at this point.

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    Big area of lack of coverage in Southwest Florida? Naples/Fort Myers area?


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    No plans for anything in Michigan's Western U.P. in 2017. Not surprising since they don't have B12 licenses there, but still too bad.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ml2014 View Post
    Big area of lack of coverage in Southwest Florida? Naples/Fort Myers area?


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    I think that area is just south of Naples in the Everglades.

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    Quote Originally Posted by rdekema View Post
    No plans for anything in Michigan's Western U.P. in 2017. Not surprising since they don't have B12 licenses there, but still too bad.
    T-Mobile doesn't have a 700 MHz license and USCC doesn't seem keen to build on theirs. With all due respect to UP, it's a thinly-populated and seldom visited area with only one short section of major highway, no big cities, frozen solid 6 months a year.

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