Well this is certainly a win for At&t hopefully they don't sit on it like others are doing.
Wasn't At&t supposedly looking for more spectrum with th T-Mous thing anyway? I mean that was what they said on several occasions, and it looks like the got that, let's see if they do anything with it. I am sure it will help them as it says Spectrum is gold in the wireless industry which is very true. I just hope they use it!
AT&T was looking to expand their coverage, not just the available spectrum. Merging with T-Mobile would have given them better coverage with the combined networks, along with a big boost to their customer base, and taken that crown away from Verizon.
So instead they have to settle for just having the fastest network and the extra bandwidth to help keep it that way for awhile.
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