Sprint’s bold gambit to catch up with AT&T and Verizon


Next year, the Federal Communications Commission is expected to hold an auction for spectrum on the 600MHz band, which is prime real estate for wireless carriers that want contiguous low-band spectrum for their wireless services. Sprint, however, will not be taking part in it. You may find this strange since Sprint has traditionally languished behind AT&T and Verizon in network quality for years — shouldn’t it want to get as much high-quality spectrum as it can? However, Sprint already has a giant pile of spectrum in its portfolio that it’s just now using to its fullest potential. FROM EARLIER: 5 reasons Android fans are already complaining about the Nexus 5X When Sprint completed its acquisition of Clearwire just over two years ago, it

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