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    Is att planning to use decent amount of mm wave also?

    It seems like Verizon is so I’m curious if att also plans to use it where feasible?


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    It’s less urgent for AT&T because they have considerably more sub-3 GHz spectrum than Verizon, including up to 40 MHz sub-1 GHz downlink (!!!) in markets where they have 10+10 MHz B5, 10+10 MHz B12, 10+10 MHz B14, and 10+0 MHz B29.

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    It would be nice but I don't think so at this point. Verizon literally has dozens and dozens of mmWave nodes through the areas south of me including a number of mmWave on macros vs 1 or 2 AT&T small cells. That said, I don't see them going all in like VZ is doing. Large venues and Airports....yes.

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