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Switching to Sprint? Opinions?

Discussion in 'alt.cellular.verizon' started by Michael L., Jun 7, 2004.

  1. John S.

    John S. Guest

    >Since AT&T converted much of its TDMA 800 over to GSM 800 (850), and

    No, they didn't. There was no conversion, it is an overlay. The cabinets (GSM)
    have been installed right next to to the TDMA/AMPS cabinets without them even
    being opened up.

    --
    John S.
    e-mail responses to - john at kiana dot net
     



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  2. John S.

    John S. Guest

    >Since AT&T converted much of its TDMA 800 over to GSM 800 (850), and

    No, they didn't. There was no conversion, it is an overlay. The cabinets (GSM)
    have been installed right next to to the TDMA/AMPS cabinets without them even
    being opened up.

    --
    John S.
    e-mail responses to - john at kiana dot net
     
  3. John S.

    John S. Guest

    >Since AT&T converted much of its TDMA 800 over to GSM 800 (850), and

    No, they didn't. There was no conversion, it is an overlay. The cabinets (GSM)
    have been installed right next to to the TDMA/AMPS cabinets without them even
    being opened up.

    --
    John S.
    e-mail responses to - john at kiana dot net
     
  4. John S.

    John S. Guest

    >Since AT&T converted much of its TDMA 800 over to GSM 800 (850), and

    No, they didn't. There was no conversion, it is an overlay. The cabinets (GSM)
    have been installed right next to to the TDMA/AMPS cabinets without them even
    being opened up.

    --
    John S.
    e-mail responses to - john at kiana dot net
     
  5. John S.

    John S. Guest

    >Since AT&T converted much of its TDMA 800 over to GSM 800 (850), and

    No, they didn't. There was no conversion, it is an overlay. The cabinets (GSM)
    have been installed right next to to the TDMA/AMPS cabinets without them even
    being opened up.

    --
    John S.
    e-mail responses to - john at kiana dot net
     
  6. John S.

    John S. Guest

    >Since AT&T converted much of its TDMA 800 over to GSM 800 (850), and

    No, they didn't. There was no conversion, it is an overlay. The cabinets (GSM)
    have been installed right next to to the TDMA/AMPS cabinets without them even
    being opened up.

    --
    John S.
    e-mail responses to - john at kiana dot net
     
  7. John S.

    John S. Guest

    >Since AT&T converted much of its TDMA 800 over to GSM 800 (850), and

    No, they didn't. There was no conversion, it is an overlay. The cabinets (GSM)
    have been installed right next to to the TDMA/AMPS cabinets without them even
    being opened up.

    --
    John S.
    e-mail responses to - john at kiana dot net
     
  8. John S.

    John S. Guest

    >Since AT&T converted much of its TDMA 800 over to GSM 800 (850), and

    No, they didn't. There was no conversion, it is an overlay. The cabinets (GSM)
    have been installed right next to to the TDMA/AMPS cabinets without them even
    being opened up.

    --
    John S.
    e-mail responses to - john at kiana dot net
     
  9. John S.

    John S. Guest

    >Since AT&T converted much of its TDMA 800 over to GSM 800 (850), and

    No, they didn't. There was no conversion, it is an overlay. The cabinets (GSM)
    have been installed right next to to the TDMA/AMPS cabinets without them even
    being opened up.

    --
    John S.
    e-mail responses to - john at kiana dot net
     
  10. John S.

    John S. Guest

    >Since AT&T converted much of its TDMA 800 over to GSM 800 (850), and

    No, they didn't. There was no conversion, it is an overlay. The cabinets (GSM)
    have been installed right next to to the TDMA/AMPS cabinets without them even
    being opened up.

    --
    John S.
    e-mail responses to - john at kiana dot net
     
  11. John S.

    John S. Guest

    >Since AT&T converted much of its TDMA 800 over to GSM 800 (850), and

    No, they didn't. There was no conversion, it is an overlay. The cabinets (GSM)
    have been installed right next to to the TDMA/AMPS cabinets without them even
    being opened up.

    --
    John S.
    e-mail responses to - john at kiana dot net
     
  12. John S.

    John S. Guest

    >Since AT&T converted much of its TDMA 800 over to GSM 800 (850), and

    No, they didn't. There was no conversion, it is an overlay. The cabinets (GSM)
    have been installed right next to to the TDMA/AMPS cabinets without them even
    being opened up.

    --
    John S.
    e-mail responses to - john at kiana dot net
     
  13. John S.

    John S. Guest

    >Since AT&T converted much of its TDMA 800 over to GSM 800 (850), and

    No, they didn't. There was no conversion, it is an overlay. The cabinets (GSM)
    have been installed right next to to the TDMA/AMPS cabinets without them even
    being opened up.

    --
    John S.
    e-mail responses to - john at kiana dot net
     
  14. John S.

    John S. Guest

    >Since AT&T converted much of its TDMA 800 over to GSM 800 (850), and

    No, they didn't. There was no conversion, it is an overlay. The cabinets (GSM)
    have been installed right next to to the TDMA/AMPS cabinets without them even
    being opened up.

    --
    John S.
    e-mail responses to - john at kiana dot net
     
  15. John S.

    John S. Guest

    >Since AT&T converted much of its TDMA 800 over to GSM 800 (850), and

    No, they didn't. There was no conversion, it is an overlay. The cabinets (GSM)
    have been installed right next to to the TDMA/AMPS cabinets without them even
    being opened up.

    --
    John S.
    e-mail responses to - john at kiana dot net
     
  16. John S.

    John S. Guest

    >Since AT&T converted much of its TDMA 800 over to GSM 800 (850), and

    No, they didn't. There was no conversion, it is an overlay. The cabinets (GSM)
    have been installed right next to to the TDMA/AMPS cabinets without them even
    being opened up.

    --
    John S.
    e-mail responses to - john at kiana dot net
     
  17. John S.

    John S. Guest

    >Since AT&T converted much of its TDMA 800 over to GSM 800 (850), and

    No, they didn't. There was no conversion, it is an overlay. The cabinets (GSM)
    have been installed right next to to the TDMA/AMPS cabinets without them even
    being opened up.

    --
    John S.
    e-mail responses to - john at kiana dot net
     
  18. John S.

    John S. Guest

    >Since AT&T converted much of its TDMA 800 over to GSM 800 (850), and

    No, they didn't. There was no conversion, it is an overlay. The cabinets (GSM)
    have been installed right next to to the TDMA/AMPS cabinets without them even
    being opened up.

    --
    John S.
    e-mail responses to - john at kiana dot net
     
  19. John S.

    John S. Guest

    >Since AT&T converted much of its TDMA 800 over to GSM 800 (850), and

    No, they didn't. There was no conversion, it is an overlay. The cabinets (GSM)
    have been installed right next to to the TDMA/AMPS cabinets without them even
    being opened up.

    --
    John S.
    e-mail responses to - john at kiana dot net
     
  20. John S.

    John S. Guest

    >Since AT&T converted much of its TDMA 800 over to GSM 800 (850), and

    No, they didn't. There was no conversion, it is an overlay. The cabinets (GSM)
    have been installed right next to to the TDMA/AMPS cabinets without them even
    being opened up.

    --
    John S.
    e-mail responses to - john at kiana dot net
     

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