Headcoach 2/13/2018 | 2:10:31 PM
Re: Comcast's spectrum Well, it's not as easy as it sounds...they have a new 600mhz,  spectrum with their own phone?  Let hope they have the correct chipset in the hand phone to work on that new spectrum.  Plus, just because one buys spectrum, doesn't mean they are going to use it.   Case in point...DISH. Lastly, that spectrum (if I am not mistaken) requires a small cell network.  To put in a small cell network, costs are over the top.  If I wanted a Small Cell network at a bargain, would buy Sprint from Softbank and call it good.
marjsdad 4/14/2017 | 12:27:00 PM
Comcast's spectrum I agree with your observation on Comcast's use of its new spectrum, especially since they've already announced they'll have their own handsets, which means they can accommodate whatever slices of spectrum they want to in addition to what Verizon has. While they're at it, why not deal with Sprint to use their 2.5 GHz spectrum (formerly used for WiMax) on their new handsets, in addition to the usual usual unlicensed Wi-Fi bands? That technically probably does not require even activating their MVNO with Sprint.
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