FCC's Mexican deal could help Sprint make a run for the border
Additionally, the two countries agreed on the use of the 1900MHz band around the border which will benefit Sprint. The agreement will allow the nation's third largest carrier to offer more CDMA service in the area. The carrier was originally given some 1900MHz spectrum in the area back in 2004 as a payback for giving up its 800MHz pipeline in the area for another rebanding project.
source: FinancialIQ via AndroidGuys
1. Yummy posted on 09 Jun 2012, 12:38 0 0
Well, I wonder what the title is referring to..... LOL good for sprint!
2. corporateJP posted on 09 Jun 2012, 13:31 3 2
So...the drugrunners can call home now closer to the border and verify that the next shipment is on it's way.
3. ApphoIe (banned) posted on 10 Jun 2012, 12:28 0 1
Awesome! People can't even send their f*cking kids to school because mexico is such a violent corrupt sh*thole, but they can get decent cell service now! The druglords that run the country and who are prob the only ones who can afford it will be thrilled!