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Re: AT&T Could Squeeze T-Mobile's Network for 4G Boost
Posted by: Richard Adhikari 2011-03-22 20:48:13
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Winning regulatory approval may be a difficult battle for AT&T in its bid to buy up wireless rival T-Mobile. However, if it does indeed gain permission to purchase its GSM wireless competitor, the technological challenges could prove to be much less of a headache. AT&T will be able to transition T-Mobile USA's networks into its own fairly easily, should regulators rubber-stamp the deal. Ma Bell wants to incorporate T-Mobile's AWS network into its own LTE 4G network.


at&t tmobile merger
Posted by: charlesa 2011-03-22 20:58:38 In reply to: Richard Adhikari
What will happen to the unlocked jailbroken iPhones that went to tmobile because they didn't want at&t's poor service. This merger will give at&t the only choice for users who need GSM service for overseas travelers.This monopoly should not be tolerated.. Remember what at&t's history is.
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