Verizon's LTE network could go live as early as November 15. While T-Mo initially seemed confident that their HSPA+ network would act as effective competition to 4G, they may be a bit worried over LTE. FierceWireless reports that the carrier has just finished carrying out an eight-city spectrum interference study in the hopes of convincing the government to sell them a meaty chunk of spectrum.
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You can read the study here. T-Mo focused on the 1755-1780 MHz band, which they would like the FCC to pair up with the AWS-3 block and put on auction. There are a lot of 'if's between this study and a T-Mo LTE spectrum, but that is definitely one possible (and likely) reason for their recent behavior.