It's been awhile since I followed what Sprint had going on in the Quad Cities, but I just recently got my wife an unlocked Moto G6 and switched her to Sprint. She says that her phone basically doesn't work inside most stores that she goes to (likely data service specifically), etc... I had assumed that Sprint's B26 800mhz would have helped in-building coverage. What does Sprint have on B26 in the Quad Cities, 1x/3g only? On the bright side, the data speeds seem fine outdoors, driving around town, etc... Anyone able to recap where Sprint is in the Quad Cities regarding frequency usage etc?
Exactly... so giving up 60 MHz worth of that like the clown at Boost wants, would be a horrible situation for Sprint and T-Mobile, unless they were guaranteed free right to utilizing it even if it's sold. I just think that the whole proposal was rather rude from a Chief of a subsidiary of Sprint.
In between the CCA roaming agreements, KS and NE had some roaming on Verizon. Most areas are now covered by a combination of USCC, NexTech and Pioneer. There might be a few spots in far NW Nebraska that still roam on Verizon, but I would say 98-99% of KS is covered by a extended network partner.