World VoIP NewsT-Mobile promotes VoIP mobile services throughout continental US
T-Mobile promotes VoIP mobile services throughout continental US
Corporation T-Mobile has announced the launch of strategic partnership with Verizon Wireless for the acquisition and mutual exchange of Advanced Wireless Services (AWS) portfolio across the continental U.S. The deal is aimed to improve T-Mobile's performance level in 15 from the top 25 markets in the country by delivering a chance for T-Mobile as to get additional AWS spectrum and to reshuffle its current spectrum possessions.
Upon the regulatory approval, this spectrum can be rapidly implemented to expand the company's 4G mobile broadband spectrum, such as the promotion of LTE service withing the oncoming year. T-Mobile receives some segments of the spectrum including all the licenses that Verizon has got from SpectrumCo, Cox and Leap, and the anticipated agreement is the organic continuation of those transactions and is the object of the regulatory endorsement from the US Federal Communications Commission (FCC ) and the Department of Justice. "This cooperation will enable T-Mobile to manage critical AWS spectrum, expanding both network volume and performance and making us to address the ever growing customers desires for 4G spectrum," stated Philipp Humm CEO at T-Mobile. "This is excellent for T-Mobile and beneficial for consumers due to enabling T-Mobile to operate on market even more actively with other wireless carriers. We look forward to get FCC approval later this year, in time for us to conjoin this new spectrum into our network overhauling procedures and introduction of LTE services later on." T-Mobile will obtain dynamic spectrum covering more than 60 million customers, particularly in Philadelphia; Washington, D.C. and other regions, in exchange for spectrum covering 22 million people and definite monetary considerations. The agreement also is associated with the exchanges in a number of markets where companies will exchange licenses to design more consistent segments of spectrum and re-arrange spectrum in other markets. These intra-market exchange will improve T-Mobile's operational performance and data procedures in core destination . This agreement continues T-Mobile's previously advertised $4 billion 4G network promotion plan, which is associated with modernization of nearly 40,000 cell sites, implementing 4G HSPA+ services in the 1900 MHz band and commencing LTE in 2013. T-Mobile USA, Inc. is the U.S. wireless subsidiary of Deutsche Telekom AG. By the first quarter of 2012, nearly 130 million mobile clients were provided by the mobile communication sectors of the Deutsche Telekom group, as well as 33.4 million by T-Mobile USA -- all thru a joint platform built on GSM and UMTS and HSPA+ 21/HSPA+ 42. T-Mobile innovative mobile deployments and services empower individuals to connect smoothly. Differentiated independent research studies rank T-Mobile USA as one of the highest in all regions throughout the U.S. in wireless customer care and call quality.
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