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DanJones
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DanJones,
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1/11/2019 | 1:50:18 PM
Re: Verizon
Well we can make educated guesses around a nationwide sub6 service from AT&T. Remember, thay are covering 40% of the map with FirstNet, according to them. The 5G-ready radios for WCS and AWS-3 are being installed in those tower climbs, so they can be switched on when AT&T's ready to go with that. So they'll probably expect to be up over 80% coverage with FirstNet by 2020. That would make a nice backstop to existing capacity,
Phil Harvey
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Phil Harvey,
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1/10/2019 | 10:14:49 AM
Verizon
They've made a big deal about labeling but haven't said as much about nationwide coverage for mobile 5G -- or something approximating it. 

I wonder if the word perfect nature of the carrier's marketing plan means they're going to wait to announce anything that's not mobile, standards-based, nationwide, etc. 


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