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FoWutItsWorth 12/5/2012 | 5:44:28 PM
re: T-Mobile Breakup Causes $6.7B Q4 Loss for AT&T At&t got a 7-year roaming agreement to assist with capacity issues as part of this "fee". Also, it seems that AT&T paid T-Mobile 10MHz of spectrum which helps AT&T once T-Mobile builds a network for AT&T customers to roam on.

Looks like a good situation for everybody except for T-Mobile customers who still don't have an iPhone option.

Oh well. Unlimited Data on Sprint still looks like a best option.

It must be difficult for Phillip Humm to go to board Meetings without having an iPhone on T-Mobile US's network. After all, the US is the world's largest economy and from the press releases, iPhone users use less data than android counterparts.
FoWutItsWorth 12/5/2012 | 5:44:28 PM
re: T-Mobile Breakup Causes $6.7B Q4 Loss for AT&T At&t got a 7-year roaming agreement to assist with capacity issues as part of this "fee". Also, it seems that AT&T paid T-Mobile 10MHz of spectrum which helps AT&T once T-Mobile builds a network for AT&T customers to roam on.

Looks like a good situation.
Pete Baldwin 12/5/2012 | 5:44:27 PM
re: T-Mobile Breakup Causes $6.7B Q4 Loss for AT&T

Capex is going to be slightly down in 2012, assuming the $20B AT&T is saying is literal and not rounded off. (It was $20.3B in 2011.) Wireless spending will be up, wireline down.


Verizon said capex would be down, too.


Doesn't bode well for the wireline side (except for things like 100G).

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