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.
AnonD-573653, 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