reply to patcat88
Re: tmobile Clearwire? No. And sprint is failing miserably, i won't be shocked if it goes chapter 11 within 3 years. Att would make the most sense, since the combined coverage in both covered area, and equipment would be in both carrier's interests. Att/tmob would basically have the chance to get a 1700 mhz hspa/4G/LTE network up and running a LOT faster because of less spectrum constraints. Only issue is handsets would need to become 5 band to work properly across the patchwork of frequencies for a few years, and 5 or 6 band to be a "world phone". Also att has iPhone. And tmob is using former cingular towers back in 2004 i think it was, you'd effectively be expanding workable cell sites for future upgrades. Hey vzw, can you hear me now, cuz att could get even more bars in more places you arent even serving.
LETS GO METS!
TMO wouldn't want ATT has the issues with the iPhone and the Network of ATT. TMO wouldn't want that on their shoulder.
Clearwire would make sense. It's a proven technology they're deploying. The network is actually running and supports customers, something that LTE doesn't do yet. Clearwire also says they change to LTE without a problem if they needed/had to.