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  1. Rumor--Friends at US Cellular say they are going to be bought and they suspect it's Sprint doing the buying. Speculation is it's going to be by the end of the year.
  2. Not sure if anyone wants to discuss this, but looking at the omega map of USCellular: http://specmap.sequence-omega.net/ They have to support 700, 850, 1700(ABC) and 1900 in their phones, and their coverage does not seem to line up very well. It looks like 1900(as long as they support all bands) is the only block that they really support across their network. I think they should sell the spectrum where they can't offer much/any native service, like in Minnesota (1900 F,C) however, preferably to Sprint. 850 is not supported in the southeast, but is their main cdma support for the northern markets. They should look to gain wherever they can, but they probably will never get the opportunity. 700(ABC) LTE are not supported in Chicago and only A is supported in Milwaukee, Madison. They should work to acquire the Verizon 700 Licenses where they offer service to bolster their LTE network. Their AWS holdings are scattered all over the map. I think they should completely divest in this and consumers best interest would be if they were to sell it to T-Mobile. This isn't any real analysis, but just observations that as a regional carrier, they hold some odd licenses, especially in areas they can't really service because the amount of spectrum they have is so small.
  3. Why do U.S. Cellular customers have to purchase new phones in markets purchased by Sprint? http://articles.chic...print-spokesman Isn't U.S. Cellular CDMA?
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