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  1. It's a cost issue. If roaming were regulated,...

    It's a cost issue. If roaming were regulated, Sprint would be in a much better position, and dead spots wouldn't be an issue (unless they're dead for all carriers). They have roaming on LTE with...
  2. The cap is Sprint's doing, not AT&T, but...

    The cap is Sprint's doing, not AT&T, but reflective of the price that AT&T is charging Sprint, since there is no cap on USCC, C-Spire, and others.
  3. They roam on AT&T now. Maybe they need a better...

    They roam on AT&T now. Maybe they need a better deal.
  4. Then it's somewhat higher, yes.

    Then it's somewhat higher, yes.
  5. But what are you comparing it to? "Massive...

    But what are you comparing it to? "Massive density" means nothing when it's not compared to anything else.
  6. Depends on what you're comparing to. Compared to...

    Depends on what you're comparing to. Compared to 700/850mhz, yes, it's massive, compared to Verizon's mmWave 5G, not massive at all. Most urban areas are densified on all carriers to the point that...
  7. They have fast speeds in a lot of dense urban...

    They have fast speeds in a lot of dense urban areas due to their B41 holdings, which provide universal coverage with a high enough site density, which they apparently have in that market. In areas...
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    That's a different issue. The point is that Apple...

    That's a different issue. The point is that Apple controls IMS and controls the software more closely than on Android.
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    Right, Apple controls all the software, which...

    Right, Apple controls all the software, which controls the IMS provisioning. Or Apple had to control the IMS provisioning because they control the software, and it's the same on all the carriers....
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    It was more the internet side of things that...

    It was more the internet side of things that suffered. The U-Verse TV product was fine, the bigger issue was not having scale in programmer negotiations in a market where only the large MVPDs can...
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    TW is not a great investment, and T will ruin...

    TW is not a great investment, and T will ruin them. They bought DirecTV right at the peak, and the cost of DBS is too high to compete with streaming. I think it's going to be an OK business for at...
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    It's a desperate move to eliminate some debt...

    It's a desperate move to eliminate some debt because they got in over their head with TW and DirecTV. It's not just those markets themselves, it's people traveling there from the CONUS.
  13. Good point. I should have included the 3a and...

    Good point. I should have included the 3a and 3aXL as well. The 3a and 3aXL are fully compatible with AT&T, while the 3/3XL don't have B14/29/30.
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    This sucks. Seems like they got in over their...

    This sucks. Seems like they got in over their heads between DirecTV and Time Warner. Imagine if they hadn't bought either of those, how much CAPEX they would have had between wireless and fiber?
  15. They'll finally have to allow more unlocked...

    They'll finally have to allow more unlocked devices to get VoLTE, but it seems like many of them won't get VoWiFi. The only ones I've heard of getting it are the Pixel 3's, which was probably a...
  16. It depends on the area. Here in CT, AT&T has been...

    It depends on the area. Here in CT, AT&T has been in the lead since the Cingular days and before, since they are the B-side CLR carrier, and have more towers than anyone else. Verizon is a very close...
  17. My real phone is a Note 9, which has almost...

    My real phone is a Note 9, which has almost everything except the 7xCA that the Galaxy/Note 10 series has, IIRC. So the absolute speeds may not have been a fair comparison, but still, T-Mobile's...
  18. It's so spiteful of AT&T to enable IMS on...

    It's so spiteful of AT&T to enable IMS on unbranded devices but then just block WiFi calling.
  19. I was in Manhattan on Friday, and T-Mobile's...

    I was in Manhattan on Friday, and T-Mobile's network is a abysmal. It was only doing single-digit mbps speeds most of the time, sometimes sub-megabit with an occasional low double-digit speed....
  20. Obviously you don't have any merits to stand on,...

    Obviously you don't have any merits to stand on, so you're just attacking me instead.
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    I can tell you that you're wrong, because I know...

    I can tell you that you're wrong, because I know 100% from personal experience that Wi-Fi calling is flaky. I think the main issue, although probably not the only issue is that it doesn't have the...
  22. My post, which you were referring to, is in this...

    My post, which you were referring to, is in this thread about VoLTE/VoWiFi. Your post is idiotic since buying a device that AT&T will cripple on their network is not a feasible "solution" to...
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    They do, because Apple controls IMS provisioning...

    They do, because Apple controls IMS provisioning for all carriers, as opposed to Android where the carriers control it.
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    They probably like the kickbacks they get from...

    They probably like the kickbacks they get from carriers for installing bloat. It just sucks because they care about that more than their overall brand image and user experience.
  25. Is AT&T allowing it to get VoLTE/VoWiFi yet? If...

    Is AT&T allowing it to get VoLTE/VoWiFi yet? If they're not, then it's not an option. It's not a "solution" when you "solution" doesn't work.

    You're ignoring the VoLTE/VoWiFi problem, which is the...
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