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T-Mobile Lights Up First 600MHz Network Sites to Quickly Expand LTE Coverage

T-Mobile promised to start lighting up their newly acquired “super-premium low-band spectrum” well before the end of 2017. Today, they delivered on that promise by firing up their first 600MHz LTE network sites in Wyoming. To recap, T-Mobile picked up billions worth of 600MHz low-band spectrum at a recent FCC auction to try and bring their … Continued T-Mobile Lights Up First 600MHz Netw
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