Sprint Works a Deal on Spectrum from US Cellular

Sprint has recently received a huge influx of cash from their new Japanese partner Softbank. Sprint has spent some of that cash on buying spectrum from US Cellular. With the purchase of the new spectrum from US Cellular they have also acquired about 585,000 users. The deal still has to have regulatory approval, which is […]

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Press Release: Verizon Wireless And T-Mobile USA Agree to Spectrum Deal for LTE Growth!

BASKING RIDGE, N.J., June 25, 2012 /PRNewswire/ — Verizon Wireless today announced an agreement with T-Mobile USA to exchange specific spectrum in the AWS (Advanced Wireless Services) band.  Under the agreement, both companies also will receive additional spectrum depth in specific markets to meet LTE (Long Term Evolution) capacity needs and enable LTE expansion.  Since this agreement includes spectrum that […]

LTE Spectrum: How much 4G Data can Carriers Really Give You?

U.S. carriers have really stepped up their game with the push with 4G and LTE spectrum with new Smartphones and Tablets, T-Mobile most recently expanded their 4G network in the US as well as showcased their network at CES,  and moreover Verizon has stated that every smartphones from now on will be LTE enabled spectrum licenses from big cable companies including Cox, Time Warner […]

Verizon is taking hard stance on smartphones being LTE enabled

In a day and age where the spectrum we use for our smartphones is becoming more and more strained, it does not come as a surprise that carriers are now asking OEMs to only provide LTE enabled devices.  We have recently seen rumors that the BlackBerry Colt was scrapped because it did not have a […]