They should partner with Verizon for "Extended 4G LTE" I think US Cellular should partner with Verizon for Extended 4G LTE when I go to southwest Iowa I get 1X Data with US Cellular and Chat Mobility.
Colorado Springs, CO
Is This The Google Forced Openess Block? Anyone know if this is the 700mhz band that Google drove the price up on that had open access requirements?
I believe it is. I remember those blocks in that. And in the end Google did nothing but run away.
reply to Technicholas
Re: They should partner with Verizon for "Extended 4G LTE&q Incompatible technology. That's why Verizon is selling it off. They should do EVDO roaming though...
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Re: Is This The Google Forced Openess Block? Nope, Verizon's Upper C had the open access requirement, A and B didn't.
U.S. Cellular has been pushing for 700 MHz interoperability ....which AT&T and Verizon oppose.
Cherry Valley, IL
Verizon & USC I am still surprised that VZW has not bought USC yet. It seems like the two would make a perfect match. If not VZW then Sprint should.
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Redwood Valley, CA
said by spamd:Actually, it's USCC (United States Cellular Corp.), USC is the University of Southern California. They can't just "buy" USCC, USCC is a owned by the Carlson Family, and until they okay a sell, USCC will stay put. USCC is the B Band Provider up here (Mendocino County, NW CA), Verizon is the A Band Provider, and the other providers are AT&T (PCS, formerly AT&T Affiliate Edge Wireless), T-Mobile and Metro PCS.
I am still surprised that VZW has not bought USC yet. It seems like the two would make a perfect match. If not VZW then Sprint should.