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Thread: T-Mobile + Sprint = 2.29 Million Square Miles of Coverage

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    T-Mobile + Sprint = 2.29 Million Square Miles of Coverage




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    Quote Originally Posted by @TheRealDanny View Post



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    Nebraska will benefit as Sprint has coverage where TMO does. That square miles puts the behinds vzws 2.65 square miles

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    Quote Originally Posted by thotguy31 View Post
    Nebraska will benefit as Sprint has coverage where TMO does. That square miles puts the behinds vzws 2.65 square miles

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    Yep the coverage divide continues to shrink.




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    Yeah. She's may be a blond by choice but it fits.
    I think she's counting CSpire's Mississippi coverage as native Sprint coverage.
    She's also making the mistake of believing T-Mobile's coverage map.
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    Quote Originally Posted by DRNewcomb View Post
    Yeah. She's may be a blond by choice but it fits.
    I think she's counting CSpire's Mississippi coverage as native Sprint coverage.
    She's also making the mistake of believing T-Mobile's coverage map.
    There is that. I like a lot of things about T-Mobile but there coverage maps are a tad optimistic. Hoping the merger eventually fills some gaps.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Peterfield View Post
    There is that. I like a lot of things about T-Mobile but there coverage maps are a tad optimistic. Hoping the merger eventually fills some gaps.
    It may fill some gaps, but the reality is that Sprint and T-Mobile shared many of the same areas of no coverage. Sprint solved it with Verizon roaming (but not for Boost or other MVNOs). But that Verizon roaming on Sprint is not likely to continue. The Sprint coverage map still includes a lot of areas where they are roaming on Verizon. I suspect that that will go away when CDMA is turned off.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DRNewcomb View Post
    Yeah. She's may be a blond by choice but it fits.
    I think she's counting CSpire's Mississippi coverage as native Sprint coverage.
    She's also making the mistake of believing T-Mobile's coverage map.
    CSpire is native for sprint. Last time I drove threw that area I had Boost that has no LTE roaming and it worked. 10x10 B25

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    16% coverage gap between AT&T and T-Mobile, let’s see if they can close it in the next few years. I hope they put more money into midband 5G myself, but they already do a relatively good job of covering my area. Speeds just suck. They are ahead of Verizon outside of my city, but Verizon is ahead inside. AT&T is better than both in both.


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