Anonymous, 18 Aug 2016T-Mobile doesn't want their spectrum. Sprint's spectrum is on a bunch of really odd frequency ... moreNot sure if it matters much?
These days multimode phones are getting better and carriers get to add support for a band in a 1/2 years in their handsets as people refresh.. Sprint has band LTE 25 and 26 (1900 and 850) which is a pretty great asset for penetration and easy coverage, T-Mobile's achilles heel. Sprint has tons of bandwith in upper bands which is great for capacity but sort of useless for initial consistent buildouts.
It's not a terrible marriage if T-Mobile ran the show and did away with the Sprint management. Which reminds me Sprint won't have VoLTE until 2017... they are that slow coming out with stuff.
gsmlvr, 18 Aug 2016Sprint is such a hot mess. Would only work if T-Mobile bought them and used their spectrum.T-Mobile doesn't want their spectrum. Sprint's spectrum is on a bunch of really odd frequency bands. Sprint's frequency bands have more in common with Japan's than the USA/Canada (thus, Masayoshi Son's interest in Sprint).
Sprint is such a hot mess. Would only work if T-Mobile bought them and used their spectrum.
A merger with Sprint is the biggest
mistake T-mobile can make .Sprint is
not for the American market. Sprint
Only believes in greed 😠
Lovechristine, 18 Aug 2016Agree! Disagree, Sprint only believes in the
One percent in the USA
Khrist, 18 Aug 2016Merging with T-Mobile would be the ONLY thing that could make Sprint good.Agree!
Merging with T-Mobile would be the ONLY thing that could make Sprint good.
Sprint is Ruin so don't ruin T-Mobile.... ATT Knows what's up when they had pay T-mobile after it failed to buy them