Some more interesting articles on Dish:
Financially makes sense, but may put them far behind T-Mobile and Verizon 5g marketing. Could put them up against Dish if Dish gets their act together and starts their public network in Las Vegas in late February.
They are using DSS on B5 here, on one carrier. LTE-only on the other AFAIK.
I kinda hope AT&T doesn't turn DSS on in markets where dropping H+ bumps them from 5x5 for everything else to 10x10. They have 10x10 of B14 and 5x5-10x10 of B12 to throw users on, and with the delays to their C-Band deployment due to waiting for gear their network is effectively LTE-only in many areas despite an increasing proportion of 5G phones. The network was doing just fine without the extra B5 bandwidth, so not a whole lot of reason to basically go backwards when they said they're dropping 3G to expand 5G.
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