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  1. You can suggest that, but how does the government...

    You can suggest that, but how does the government achieve that without trampling on T-Mobile's and Sprint's chance to compete on a more level playing field by merging?

    Some would say that its...
  2. It only matters if you can still differentiate...

    It only matters if you can still differentiate yourself as a better value to the consumer. Hence why I believe T-Mobile will still keep competing.

    I would also expect AT&T and Verizon to try and...
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    Well T-Mobile did indeed get Sprint and Son to...

    Well T-Mobile did indeed get Sprint and Son to take a smaller percentage of the new company. Sprint will own 3% less of the new company than previously agreed.
    ...
  4. There is no assurance that will happen. If...

    There is no assurance that will happen. If T-Mobile's goal was to increase market share, they would leave their rates the same in the face of Verizon and AT&T rasing their rates.




    Different...
  5. T-Mobile and Sprint had no obligation to the...

    T-Mobile and Sprint had no obligation to the market place to provide "Happy Meal" rates. They are a for-profit business and have every right to charge more if they want.
  6. As T-Mobile gets more corporate accounts it adds...

    As T-Mobile gets more corporate accounts it adds to their revenue and increases its resources giving it more wherewithal and ability to improve their network which does affect the average consumer. ...
  7. I agree with T-Mobile. If the goal is...

    I agree with T-Mobile. If the goal is competition, the FCC should spread the spectrum out.
  8. Deutsche Telekom CEO says new merger agreement is...

    Deutsche Telekom CEO says new merger agreement is almost done:

    https://www.cnbc.com/2020/02/19/deutsche-telekom-ceo-tim-hoettges-goes-on-offensive.html
  9. It would be really tough to do this. It looks...

    It would be really tough to do this. It looks like AT&T bought DirecTV for $48 billion and wouldn't want to take a big loss a few years later. Who has $48 billion to buy it? It's doubtful that...
  10. It looks like from what I'm seeing OnStar...

    It looks like from what I'm seeing OnStar upgraded from 2G CDMA to 4G LTE at no charge to their customers.

    https://www.cruzetalk.com/threads/onstar-2g-upgrade-to-4g.146321/

    If OnStar is on ...
  11. I'm pre-ordering my S20 Plus on Friday and I'm...

    I'm pre-ordering my S20 Plus on Friday and I'm assuming the devices are far enough in the supply channel that they won't be affected by the virus. So then I'll have access to all of T-Mobile's NR...
  12. I'm not sure what the car manufacturers are...

    I'm not sure what the car manufacturers are supposed to do if something like 2G service is discontinued. It's not like they can readily change out the hardware in an 8 year old car.
  13. Every lawyer doesn't lose a case with such...

    Every lawyer doesn't lose a case with such national notoriety. T-Mobile's legal team didn't lose. The other AG's who supported the merger didn't lose. But, New York Attorney General Letitia James...
  14. It doesn't go over your own personal WiFi. ...

    It doesn't go over your own personal WiFi. That's what bobdevnul explained to you.



    Yes, it does that. If you get one of the devices, you will see.

    You're the one that asked "Does it...
  15. And then she got crushed in a court of law by...

    And then she got crushed in a court of law by mighty T-Mobile. She wasted all of those New York tax dollars for nothing. She was completely embarrassed by the final outcome. She was looking for a...
  16. Let her make threats, veiled or not. She lost. ...

    Let her make threats, veiled or not. She lost. All she did was delay T-Mobile's implementation of steps which will improve their network by combining the resources and assets of both companies. ...
  17. I don't think H block was ever designated as AWS...

    I don't think H block was ever designated as AWS either. It looks like it was just called H block in this FCC band plan:
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  18. From what I read, an appeal can't delay the deal...

    From what I read, an appeal can't delay the deal unless the courts issue a stay which is highly unlikely. So they really have no leverage. T-Mobile can and should tell them to buzz off.
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    You believe that? Well the article that you've...

    You believe that? Well the article that you've posted multiple times from PC Mag states the following:

    "Castle explained that even if AT&T, T-Mobile, and Verizon are all using AMR-WB, the...
  20. Here's an article with an update on remaining...

    Here's an article with an update on remaining obstacles to completing this deal:

    https://news.bloomberglaw.com/tech-and-telecom-law/sprint-t-mobile-still-need-ok-from-california-utility-regulator...
  21. And just to clarify, only the S20 plus and S20...

    And just to clarify, only the S20 plus and S20 ultra will have both. mmWave is not available on the base S20. See my recently created thread here regarding this:
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  22. I found the reference on this: Dish must build...

    I found the reference on this:

    Dish must build a 5G network that covers 20% of the U.S. population by 2022 and 70% by 2023. It will have to pay a $2.2 billion penalty to the U.S. Treasury if it...
  23. It's great to see the analysts openly talking...

    It's great to see the analysts openly talking about how T-Mobile will be a stronger competitor now:

    "But for the next few years, New T-Mobile really will be a more formidable competitor than...
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    As far as I know, T-Mobile is keeping all of the...

    As far as I know, T-Mobile is keeping all of the band 41.

    Band 26 is what's going to dish which is Sprint's 800 band that they got in the Nextel merger---the old push-to-talk frequency.
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  25. The metric ton of Sprint spectrum is the B41 and...

    The metric ton of Sprint spectrum is the B41 and that's not that useful in rural areas anyway. That spectrum will be mainly used in populated areas and can provide wireless broadband as well as...
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