Throughout the year T- Mobile, one of America’s four largest mobile networks, has been the only one out of the loop when it comes to 4G LTE coverage, but it won’t be long till they catch up. T- Mobile has plans to take over the 4G LTE markets coming 2013. Much like they have been the fastest 4G HSPA+ provider over the years, with speeds possibly surpassing even the now 4G LTE providers’.
As the prolonged and very public legal battle between AT&T and its antagonists grows increasingly sharp-tongued, the nation’s 2nd largest telecom operator asked asked a federal court to throw out the various lawsuits on Friday. AT&T’s bid to take over T Mobile and, by default, annex their spectrum, has come under fierce attack from several sources. AT&T seems to be drowning under the volume of of the attacks, as indicated by this most recent of its legal maneuvers.
In an open letter promised to be widely published in the near future, 4G LTE provider LightSquared defended themselves yesterday from their headquarters in Reston, VA. Addressed to “Americans Everywhere”, CEO Sanjiv Ahuja tackles the issues facing the wireless spectrum start-up including allegations that the companies bandwidth interferes with government GPS signals and lack of competitiveness in the wireless spectrum market.