Service Providers want FCC action against T-Mobile's 5G network

How is it interfering? Are T-Mobile’s signals powered to high?
 
No 'band guards' where each other's 2.5GHz spectrum bumping into each other ?
 
No 'band guards' where each other's 2.5GHz spectrum bumping into each other ?

Yeah I was thinking that was a strong possibility. I’m assuming T-Mobile would be experiencing interference as well with that situation?
 
And T-Mobile would notice in .... Maine ?
TBH, in rural areas, unless you've filed complaints (note: T-Mobile has B2/66/12/71/41 and N25/41/71.
Unless you're in Bangor, or southern Maine (Portland/Kennebunktport) you'd be most likely on n25/71 or roaming on Cell One or AT&T.
T-Mobile isn't the quickest to acknowledge issues in many parts. Went +8 months with '5G' n71 on a T-1 circuit, where engineers stated 'alarms show network congestion' - in a town of 400 - during Covid.
After pressuring CPUC, the written response was a little more accurate: network congestion on the T1 circuit feeding the 5G tower.
1 month after posting that to Neville Ray's twitter feed, speed hit +300Mbps, and is now ~2Gpbs. Ironically, south of there in the town of 4600, its lone tower is capped at ~1Gbps (750Mbps on 5g n41 with 180MHz n41 + 15x15 n25 + 15x15 n71)
 
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