Interesting and of course as mentioned SPRINT and METRO both use CDMA as there main transmission method. This stuff came up the other day in another forum as well. The point is though they're all trying to implement LTE and the only difference in any of them is an antennae anyway as long as they have the towers not to mention the backbone and bandwidth in general. As for Sprint snapping up T-Mobile and Metro I do not know although T-MOUS parent company Deutch tele has expressed its interest in selling the unit I would imagine the bid would have to be higher than Sprint could muster in general. Of course in the end At&t would be the big looser if TMO got bought ought because SPRINT is however remotely only one place down market wise from them and they "ATT" just had to pay T-MOUS a ton of money in there own failed bid to take them over less than a year ago now, not to mention the frequencies etc..........................
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