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  1. So T-Mobile will have to keep filing those monthly "Band Reconfiguration" status reports to the FCC until the rebanding is complete. Here's the most recent one: https://ecfsapi.fcc.gov/file/10402116410705/800 MHz Report April 2020.pdf (Dated April 2, 2020) Still one public safety licensee and one non-public safety licensee remaining after all this.... Hopeless.
  2. Report: Metro by T-Mobile puts non-exclusive dealers on notice That's interesting...
  3. So this is a pretty significant vendor development..
  4. I think that the 600 MHz spectrum, combined with the increased economies of scale and buying power from the combined companies will really help with that.
  5. T-Mobile hit the spectrum jackpot with the Sprint Merger. It's going to be a monster of a network when they get everything aligned.
  6. Saw is adapting to T-Mobile's culture pretty quickly.
  7. One thing I noticed... He didn't "@" Sprint. He did "#" instead. Perhaps the new brand guidelines are already a thing? See this video from his Tweet as well: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=gblKI87IcaM&t= EDITED: I just noticed in a later tweet that did "@" Sprint.... False alarm.
  8. I guess this is how we're going to get Network updates from this point forward? I have a feeling T-Mobile won't break-out Sprint Network information separately, except for transition-related information.
  9. I have a feeling this kind of stuff is deliberate in order to generate traffic from hate clicks. It's for when normal authorship just doesn't cut it.
  10. Yeah. I'm glad they kept him as well. Gunther was also a great public personality for Sprint. Dr. Saw has specific expertise of Sprint's 2.5 GHz (and its overall network) that's really important for network integration.
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