Leaked AT&T documents submitted to the FCC for T-Mobile purchase

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For individuals who concern concerning the little drift of details about considered one of the most up to date concerns in regards to the cell phone offers is on the sale of T-Cell from AT&T didn’t predict and almost definitely don’t need to occur.

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It leaked excerpts from the paper documentation to conduct the second largest mobile phone provider AT & T in its attempt to convince the FCC to approve the union by April next year.

Among some of the excerpts that were saved after the FCC correct this on your public page include:

AT & T senior management unless Concluded That Could AT & T to find way to expand footprint LTE STI on a significantly more-effective cost basis, an LTE deployment to 80 Percent of the U.S. Population WAS That Could Be The Most justified.

The company said STI merger with T-Mobile Would spread the cost of the expansion over a larger LTE revenue base, Allowing it to "better Absorb the capital investment and lower INCREASED returns associated with deploying LTE to over 97 Percent of the U.S. Population.

Could AT & T better Absorb the capital investment and lower INCREASED returns associated with deploying LTE to over 97 Percent of the U.S. Population.

In simple words and details, AT & T Verizon feels it is above them as to the introduction of LTE networks, especially in rural areas. Which means less work they will have the support of T-Mobile, rather than be implementing them directly. No T-Mobile, AT & T had only achieved 80% coverage, a huge difference of 97% that Verizon is making do alone.

Additional costs are to expand the LTE system without T-Mobile would total 3.8 billion dollars. In other words, $ 39 billion is more than 900% of the cost of the expansion, but AT & T are looking to the union is undoubtedly the reduction of competition, that is undeniable and almost would leave Sprint badly facing two titans a Verizon Wireless is stronger than ever and AT & T merged with T-Mobile.

Only time will tell whether or not this will affect the objectives of AT & T, but these responded to this "accident" of the FCC have always supported your points

 

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