1. Welcome to Verizon Forums - the unofficial Verizon community! Have a question about Verizon? Click HERE to get started.
    Dismiss Notice
  2. Expecting Cell Phone Forums? We recently moved Verizon specific content to VerizonForums.com. If you previously had an account on CPF, it has been transferred!
    Dismiss Notice

Verizon to buy all of Qwest's Wireless Assets

Discussion in 'alt.cellular.verizon' started by Andrew Shepherd, Jul 2, 2004.

  1. "Chris Russell" <noone@nowhere.nospam> wrote in message news:<sy0Fc.31313$eH1.14885854@newssvr28.news.prodigy.com>...
    > Check this out:
    >
    > http://rcrnews.com/cgi-bin/news.pl?newsId=18722
    >
    > That solves the question of what Qwest would do with their wireless assets
    > after they put all their wireless customers on SPCS spectrum.


    But the lingering question now is how will Sprint PCS integrate the
    Qwest Wireless markets (e.g. Wyoming, Montana, North & South Dakota)
    isolated outside of the SPCS footprint?

    Spectrum, at least, is not an issue -- as SPCS controls PCS spectrum
    across the entire country. Thus, conjecture has been that SPCS will
    utilize its own spectrum to co-locate on existing Qwest sites in the
    affected markets before decommissioning the Qwest network.
    Additionally, SPCS has started to absorb some Qwest sites in urban
    markets like Denver -- in order to ensure that migrated Qwest
    customers experience the fewest possible discrepancies in comparative
    signal coverage. If those site leases -- in both the isolated & urban
    markets -- are being divested to VZW, SPCS' transition strategy would
    seem to be adversely affected. Presumably, a provision w/in the
    purchase agreement will still allow SPCS to retain or co-locate on
    certain of the Qwest sites -- as Qwest is not in the position to stab
    SPCS in the back.

    http://www.qwest.com/about/media/pressroom/1,1720,1558_archive,00.html
    http://news.vzw.com/news/2004/07/pr2004-07-01j.html

    Several months ago, I started a Qwest Wireless PCS spectrum mapping
    project. I set it aside only partially complete -- the intact
    licenses are displayed; the partitioned &/or disaggregated licenses
    remain unfinished. I will complete the map sometime before the VZW
    transaction closes late this year or early next. In the meantime, the
    work-in-progress documents some of the spectrum which VZW will be
    acquiring.

    http://people.ku.edu/~cinema/wireless/qwest_pcs.gif
    http://people.ku.edu/~cinema/wireless/qwest_pcs.txt

    Andrew
    --
    Andrew Shepherd
    cinema@ku.edu
    cinema@sprintpcs.com
    http://www.wirelesswavelength.com/
     



    › See More: Verizon to buy all of Qwest's Wireless Assets
  2. "Chris Russell" <noone@nowhere.nospam> wrote in message news:<sy0Fc.31313$eH1.14885854@newssvr28.news.prodigy.com>...
    > Check this out:
    >
    > http://rcrnews.com/cgi-bin/news.pl?newsId=18722
    >
    > That solves the question of what Qwest would do with their wireless assets
    > after they put all their wireless customers on SPCS spectrum.


    But the lingering question now is how will Sprint PCS integrate the
    Qwest Wireless markets (e.g. Wyoming, Montana, North & South Dakota)
    isolated outside of the SPCS footprint?

    Spectrum, at least, is not an issue -- as SPCS controls PCS spectrum
    across the entire country. Thus, conjecture has been that SPCS will
    utilize its own spectrum to co-locate on existing Qwest sites in the
    affected markets before decommissioning the Qwest network.
    Additionally, SPCS has started to absorb some Qwest sites in urban
    markets like Denver -- in order to ensure that migrated Qwest
    customers experience the fewest possible discrepancies in comparative
    signal coverage. If those site leases -- in both the isolated & urban
    markets -- are being divested to VZW, SPCS' transition strategy would
    seem to be adversely affected. Presumably, a provision w/in the
    purchase agreement will still allow SPCS to retain or co-locate on
    certain of the Qwest sites -- as Qwest is not in the position to stab
    SPCS in the back.

    http://www.qwest.com/about/media/pressroom/1,1720,1558_archive,00.html
    http://news.vzw.com/news/2004/07/pr2004-07-01j.html

    Several months ago, I started a Qwest Wireless PCS spectrum mapping
    project. I set it aside only partially complete -- the intact
    licenses are displayed; the partitioned &/or disaggregated licenses
    remain unfinished. I will complete the map sometime before the VZW
    transaction closes late this year or early next. In the meantime, the
    work-in-progress documents some of the spectrum which VZW will be
    acquiring.

    http://people.ku.edu/~cinema/wireless/qwest_pcs.gif
    http://people.ku.edu/~cinema/wireless/qwest_pcs.txt

    Andrew
    --
    Andrew Shepherd
    cinema@ku.edu
    cinema@sprintpcs.com
    http://www.wirelesswavelength.com/
     
  3. "Chris Russell" <noone@nowhere.nospam> wrote in message news:<sy0Fc.31313$eH1.14885854@newssvr28.news.prodigy.com>...
    > Check this out:
    >
    > http://rcrnews.com/cgi-bin/news.pl?newsId=18722
    >
    > That solves the question of what Qwest would do with their wireless assets
    > after they put all their wireless customers on SPCS spectrum.


    But the lingering question now is how will Sprint PCS integrate the
    Qwest Wireless markets (e.g. Wyoming, Montana, North & South Dakota)
    isolated outside of the SPCS footprint?

    Spectrum, at least, is not an issue -- as SPCS controls PCS spectrum
    across the entire country. Thus, conjecture has been that SPCS will
    utilize its own spectrum to co-locate on existing Qwest sites in the
    affected markets before decommissioning the Qwest network.
    Additionally, SPCS has started to absorb some Qwest sites in urban
    markets like Denver -- in order to ensure that migrated Qwest
    customers experience the fewest possible discrepancies in comparative
    signal coverage. If those site leases -- in both the isolated & urban
    markets -- are being divested to VZW, SPCS' transition strategy would
    seem to be adversely affected. Presumably, a provision w/in the
    purchase agreement will still allow SPCS to retain or co-locate on
    certain of the Qwest sites -- as Qwest is not in the position to stab
    SPCS in the back.

    http://www.qwest.com/about/media/pressroom/1,1720,1558_archive,00.html
    http://news.vzw.com/news/2004/07/pr2004-07-01j.html

    Several months ago, I started a Qwest Wireless PCS spectrum mapping
    project. I set it aside only partially complete -- the intact
    licenses are displayed; the partitioned &/or disaggregated licenses
    remain unfinished. I will complete the map sometime before the VZW
    transaction closes late this year or early next. In the meantime, the
    work-in-progress documents some of the spectrum which VZW will be
    acquiring.

    http://people.ku.edu/~cinema/wireless/qwest_pcs.gif
    http://people.ku.edu/~cinema/wireless/qwest_pcs.txt

    Andrew
    --
    Andrew Shepherd
    cinema@ku.edu
    cinema@sprintpcs.com
    http://www.wirelesswavelength.com/
     
  4. "Chris Russell" <noone@nowhere.nospam> wrote in message news:<sy0Fc.31313$eH1.14885854@newssvr28.news.prodigy.com>...
    > Check this out:
    >
    > http://rcrnews.com/cgi-bin/news.pl?newsId=18722
    >
    > That solves the question of what Qwest would do with their wireless assets
    > after they put all their wireless customers on SPCS spectrum.


    But the lingering question now is how will Sprint PCS integrate the
    Qwest Wireless markets (e.g. Wyoming, Montana, North & South Dakota)
    isolated outside of the SPCS footprint?

    Spectrum, at least, is not an issue -- as SPCS controls PCS spectrum
    across the entire country. Thus, conjecture has been that SPCS will
    utilize its own spectrum to co-locate on existing Qwest sites in the
    affected markets before decommissioning the Qwest network.
    Additionally, SPCS has started to absorb some Qwest sites in urban
    markets like Denver -- in order to ensure that migrated Qwest
    customers experience the fewest possible discrepancies in comparative
    signal coverage. If those site leases -- in both the isolated & urban
    markets -- are being divested to VZW, SPCS' transition strategy would
    seem to be adversely affected. Presumably, a provision w/in the
    purchase agreement will still allow SPCS to retain or co-locate on
    certain of the Qwest sites -- as Qwest is not in the position to stab
    SPCS in the back.

    http://www.qwest.com/about/media/pressroom/1,1720,1558_archive,00.html
    http://news.vzw.com/news/2004/07/pr2004-07-01j.html

    Several months ago, I started a Qwest Wireless PCS spectrum mapping
    project. I set it aside only partially complete -- the intact
    licenses are displayed; the partitioned &/or disaggregated licenses
    remain unfinished. I will complete the map sometime before the VZW
    transaction closes late this year or early next. In the meantime, the
    work-in-progress documents some of the spectrum which VZW will be
    acquiring.

    http://people.ku.edu/~cinema/wireless/qwest_pcs.gif
    http://people.ku.edu/~cinema/wireless/qwest_pcs.txt

    Andrew
    --
    Andrew Shepherd
    cinema@ku.edu
    cinema@sprintpcs.com
    http://www.wirelesswavelength.com/
     
  5. "Chris Russell" <noone@nowhere.nospam> wrote in message news:<sy0Fc.31313$eH1.14885854@newssvr28.news.prodigy.com>...
    > Check this out:
    >
    > http://rcrnews.com/cgi-bin/news.pl?newsId=18722
    >
    > That solves the question of what Qwest would do with their wireless assets
    > after they put all their wireless customers on SPCS spectrum.


    But the lingering question now is how will Sprint PCS integrate the
    Qwest Wireless markets (e.g. Wyoming, Montana, North & South Dakota)
    isolated outside of the SPCS footprint?

    Spectrum, at least, is not an issue -- as SPCS controls PCS spectrum
    across the entire country. Thus, conjecture has been that SPCS will
    utilize its own spectrum to co-locate on existing Qwest sites in the
    affected markets before decommissioning the Qwest network.
    Additionally, SPCS has started to absorb some Qwest sites in urban
    markets like Denver -- in order to ensure that migrated Qwest
    customers experience the fewest possible discrepancies in comparative
    signal coverage. If those site leases -- in both the isolated & urban
    markets -- are being divested to VZW, SPCS' transition strategy would
    seem to be adversely affected. Presumably, a provision w/in the
    purchase agreement will still allow SPCS to retain or co-locate on
    certain of the Qwest sites -- as Qwest is not in the position to stab
    SPCS in the back.

    http://www.qwest.com/about/media/pressroom/1,1720,1558_archive,00.html
    http://news.vzw.com/news/2004/07/pr2004-07-01j.html

    Several months ago, I started a Qwest Wireless PCS spectrum mapping
    project. I set it aside only partially complete -- the intact
    licenses are displayed; the partitioned &/or disaggregated licenses
    remain unfinished. I will complete the map sometime before the VZW
    transaction closes late this year or early next. In the meantime, the
    work-in-progress documents some of the spectrum which VZW will be
    acquiring.

    http://people.ku.edu/~cinema/wireless/qwest_pcs.gif
    http://people.ku.edu/~cinema/wireless/qwest_pcs.txt

    Andrew
    --
    Andrew Shepherd
    cinema@ku.edu
    cinema@sprintpcs.com
    http://www.wirelesswavelength.com/
     
  6. I guess we'll only find out by the FCC site registration changes that are
    your forte to dig out for the individual Qwest locations (leased to SPCS or
    not).

    Chris

    "Andrew Shepherd" <cinema@ku.edu> wrote in message
    news:33e89561.0407020150.4389c9de@posting.google.com...
    > "Chris Russell" <noone@nowhere.nospam> wrote in message

    news:<sy0Fc.31313$eH1.14885854@newssvr28.news.prodigy.com>...
    > > Check this out:
    > >
    > > http://rcrnews.com/cgi-bin/news.pl?newsId=18722
    > >
    > > That solves the question of what Qwest would do with their wireless

    assets
    > > after they put all their wireless customers on SPCS spectrum.

    >
    > But the lingering question now is how will Sprint PCS integrate the
    > Qwest Wireless markets (e.g. Wyoming, Montana, North & South Dakota)
    > isolated outside of the SPCS footprint?
    >
    > Spectrum, at least, is not an issue -- as SPCS controls PCS spectrum
    > across the entire country. Thus, conjecture has been that SPCS will
    > utilize its own spectrum to co-locate on existing Qwest sites in the
    > affected markets before decommissioning the Qwest network.
    > Additionally, SPCS has started to absorb some Qwest sites in urban
    > markets like Denver -- in order to ensure that migrated Qwest
    > customers experience the fewest possible discrepancies in comparative
    > signal coverage. If those site leases -- in both the isolated & urban
    > markets -- are being divested to VZW, SPCS' transition strategy would
    > seem to be adversely affected. Presumably, a provision w/in the
    > purchase agreement will still allow SPCS to retain or co-locate on
    > certain of the Qwest sites -- as Qwest is not in the position to stab
    > SPCS in the back.
    >
    > http://www.qwest.com/about/media/pressroom/1,1720,1558_archive,00.html
    > http://news.vzw.com/news/2004/07/pr2004-07-01j.html
    >
    > Several months ago, I started a Qwest Wireless PCS spectrum mapping
    > project. I set it aside only partially complete -- the intact
    > licenses are displayed; the partitioned &/or disaggregated licenses
    > remain unfinished. I will complete the map sometime before the VZW
    > transaction closes late this year or early next. In the meantime, the
    > work-in-progress documents some of the spectrum which VZW will be
    > acquiring.
    >
    > http://people.ku.edu/~cinema/wireless/qwest_pcs.gif
    > http://people.ku.edu/~cinema/wireless/qwest_pcs.txt
    >
    > Andrew
    > --
    > Andrew Shepherd
    > cinema@ku.edu
    > cinema@sprintpcs.com
    > http://www.wirelesswavelength.com/
     
  7. I guess we'll only find out by the FCC site registration changes that are
    your forte to dig out for the individual Qwest locations (leased to SPCS or
    not).

    Chris

    "Andrew Shepherd" <cinema@ku.edu> wrote in message
    news:33e89561.0407020150.4389c9de@posting.google.com...
    > "Chris Russell" <noone@nowhere.nospam> wrote in message

    news:<sy0Fc.31313$eH1.14885854@newssvr28.news.prodigy.com>...
    > > Check this out:
    > >
    > > http://rcrnews.com/cgi-bin/news.pl?newsId=18722
    > >
    > > That solves the question of what Qwest would do with their wireless

    assets
    > > after they put all their wireless customers on SPCS spectrum.

    >
    > But the lingering question now is how will Sprint PCS integrate the
    > Qwest Wireless markets (e.g. Wyoming, Montana, North & South Dakota)
    > isolated outside of the SPCS footprint?
    >
    > Spectrum, at least, is not an issue -- as SPCS controls PCS spectrum
    > across the entire country. Thus, conjecture has been that SPCS will
    > utilize its own spectrum to co-locate on existing Qwest sites in the
    > affected markets before decommissioning the Qwest network.
    > Additionally, SPCS has started to absorb some Qwest sites in urban
    > markets like Denver -- in order to ensure that migrated Qwest
    > customers experience the fewest possible discrepancies in comparative
    > signal coverage. If those site leases -- in both the isolated & urban
    > markets -- are being divested to VZW, SPCS' transition strategy would
    > seem to be adversely affected. Presumably, a provision w/in the
    > purchase agreement will still allow SPCS to retain or co-locate on
    > certain of the Qwest sites -- as Qwest is not in the position to stab
    > SPCS in the back.
    >
    > http://www.qwest.com/about/media/pressroom/1,1720,1558_archive,00.html
    > http://news.vzw.com/news/2004/07/pr2004-07-01j.html
    >
    > Several months ago, I started a Qwest Wireless PCS spectrum mapping
    > project. I set it aside only partially complete -- the intact
    > licenses are displayed; the partitioned &/or disaggregated licenses
    > remain unfinished. I will complete the map sometime before the VZW
    > transaction closes late this year or early next. In the meantime, the
    > work-in-progress documents some of the spectrum which VZW will be
    > acquiring.
    >
    > http://people.ku.edu/~cinema/wireless/qwest_pcs.gif
    > http://people.ku.edu/~cinema/wireless/qwest_pcs.txt
    >
    > Andrew
    > --
    > Andrew Shepherd
    > cinema@ku.edu
    > cinema@sprintpcs.com
    > http://www.wirelesswavelength.com/
     
  8. I guess we'll only find out by the FCC site registration changes that are
    your forte to dig out for the individual Qwest locations (leased to SPCS or
    not).

    Chris

    "Andrew Shepherd" <cinema@ku.edu> wrote in message
    news:33e89561.0407020150.4389c9de@posting.google.com...
    > "Chris Russell" <noone@nowhere.nospam> wrote in message

    news:<sy0Fc.31313$eH1.14885854@newssvr28.news.prodigy.com>...
    > > Check this out:
    > >
    > > http://rcrnews.com/cgi-bin/news.pl?newsId=18722
    > >
    > > That solves the question of what Qwest would do with their wireless

    assets
    > > after they put all their wireless customers on SPCS spectrum.

    >
    > But the lingering question now is how will Sprint PCS integrate the
    > Qwest Wireless markets (e.g. Wyoming, Montana, North & South Dakota)
    > isolated outside of the SPCS footprint?
    >
    > Spectrum, at least, is not an issue -- as SPCS controls PCS spectrum
    > across the entire country. Thus, conjecture has been that SPCS will
    > utilize its own spectrum to co-locate on existing Qwest sites in the
    > affected markets before decommissioning the Qwest network.
    > Additionally, SPCS has started to absorb some Qwest sites in urban
    > markets like Denver -- in order to ensure that migrated Qwest
    > customers experience the fewest possible discrepancies in comparative
    > signal coverage. If those site leases -- in both the isolated & urban
    > markets -- are being divested to VZW, SPCS' transition strategy would
    > seem to be adversely affected. Presumably, a provision w/in the
    > purchase agreement will still allow SPCS to retain or co-locate on
    > certain of the Qwest sites -- as Qwest is not in the position to stab
    > SPCS in the back.
    >
    > http://www.qwest.com/about/media/pressroom/1,1720,1558_archive,00.html
    > http://news.vzw.com/news/2004/07/pr2004-07-01j.html
    >
    > Several months ago, I started a Qwest Wireless PCS spectrum mapping
    > project. I set it aside only partially complete -- the intact
    > licenses are displayed; the partitioned &/or disaggregated licenses
    > remain unfinished. I will complete the map sometime before the VZW
    > transaction closes late this year or early next. In the meantime, the
    > work-in-progress documents some of the spectrum which VZW will be
    > acquiring.
    >
    > http://people.ku.edu/~cinema/wireless/qwest_pcs.gif
    > http://people.ku.edu/~cinema/wireless/qwest_pcs.txt
    >
    > Andrew
    > --
    > Andrew Shepherd
    > cinema@ku.edu
    > cinema@sprintpcs.com
    > http://www.wirelesswavelength.com/
     
  9. I guess we'll only find out by the FCC site registration changes that are
    your forte to dig out for the individual Qwest locations (leased to SPCS or
    not).

    Chris

    "Andrew Shepherd" <cinema@ku.edu> wrote in message
    news:33e89561.0407020150.4389c9de@posting.google.com...
    > "Chris Russell" <noone@nowhere.nospam> wrote in message

    news:<sy0Fc.31313$eH1.14885854@newssvr28.news.prodigy.com>...
    > > Check this out:
    > >
    > > http://rcrnews.com/cgi-bin/news.pl?newsId=18722
    > >
    > > That solves the question of what Qwest would do with their wireless

    assets
    > > after they put all their wireless customers on SPCS spectrum.

    >
    > But the lingering question now is how will Sprint PCS integrate the
    > Qwest Wireless markets (e.g. Wyoming, Montana, North & South Dakota)
    > isolated outside of the SPCS footprint?
    >
    > Spectrum, at least, is not an issue -- as SPCS controls PCS spectrum
    > across the entire country. Thus, conjecture has been that SPCS will
    > utilize its own spectrum to co-locate on existing Qwest sites in the
    > affected markets before decommissioning the Qwest network.
    > Additionally, SPCS has started to absorb some Qwest sites in urban
    > markets like Denver -- in order to ensure that migrated Qwest
    > customers experience the fewest possible discrepancies in comparative
    > signal coverage. If those site leases -- in both the isolated & urban
    > markets -- are being divested to VZW, SPCS' transition strategy would
    > seem to be adversely affected. Presumably, a provision w/in the
    > purchase agreement will still allow SPCS to retain or co-locate on
    > certain of the Qwest sites -- as Qwest is not in the position to stab
    > SPCS in the back.
    >
    > http://www.qwest.com/about/media/pressroom/1,1720,1558_archive,00.html
    > http://news.vzw.com/news/2004/07/pr2004-07-01j.html
    >
    > Several months ago, I started a Qwest Wireless PCS spectrum mapping
    > project. I set it aside only partially complete -- the intact
    > licenses are displayed; the partitioned &/or disaggregated licenses
    > remain unfinished. I will complete the map sometime before the VZW
    > transaction closes late this year or early next. In the meantime, the
    > work-in-progress documents some of the spectrum which VZW will be
    > acquiring.
    >
    > http://people.ku.edu/~cinema/wireless/qwest_pcs.gif
    > http://people.ku.edu/~cinema/wireless/qwest_pcs.txt
    >
    > Andrew
    > --
    > Andrew Shepherd
    > cinema@ku.edu
    > cinema@sprintpcs.com
    > http://www.wirelesswavelength.com/
     
  10. I guess we'll only find out by the FCC site registration changes that are
    your forte to dig out for the individual Qwest locations (leased to SPCS or
    not).

    Chris

    "Andrew Shepherd" <cinema@ku.edu> wrote in message
    news:33e89561.0407020150.4389c9de@posting.google.com...
    > "Chris Russell" <noone@nowhere.nospam> wrote in message

    news:<sy0Fc.31313$eH1.14885854@newssvr28.news.prodigy.com>...
    > > Check this out:
    > >
    > > http://rcrnews.com/cgi-bin/news.pl?newsId=18722
    > >
    > > That solves the question of what Qwest would do with their wireless

    assets
    > > after they put all their wireless customers on SPCS spectrum.

    >
    > But the lingering question now is how will Sprint PCS integrate the
    > Qwest Wireless markets (e.g. Wyoming, Montana, North & South Dakota)
    > isolated outside of the SPCS footprint?
    >
    > Spectrum, at least, is not an issue -- as SPCS controls PCS spectrum
    > across the entire country. Thus, conjecture has been that SPCS will
    > utilize its own spectrum to co-locate on existing Qwest sites in the
    > affected markets before decommissioning the Qwest network.
    > Additionally, SPCS has started to absorb some Qwest sites in urban
    > markets like Denver -- in order to ensure that migrated Qwest
    > customers experience the fewest possible discrepancies in comparative
    > signal coverage. If those site leases -- in both the isolated & urban
    > markets -- are being divested to VZW, SPCS' transition strategy would
    > seem to be adversely affected. Presumably, a provision w/in the
    > purchase agreement will still allow SPCS to retain or co-locate on
    > certain of the Qwest sites -- as Qwest is not in the position to stab
    > SPCS in the back.
    >
    > http://www.qwest.com/about/media/pressroom/1,1720,1558_archive,00.html
    > http://news.vzw.com/news/2004/07/pr2004-07-01j.html
    >
    > Several months ago, I started a Qwest Wireless PCS spectrum mapping
    > project. I set it aside only partially complete -- the intact
    > licenses are displayed; the partitioned &/or disaggregated licenses
    > remain unfinished. I will complete the map sometime before the VZW
    > transaction closes late this year or early next. In the meantime, the
    > work-in-progress documents some of the spectrum which VZW will be
    > acquiring.
    >
    > http://people.ku.edu/~cinema/wireless/qwest_pcs.gif
    > http://people.ku.edu/~cinema/wireless/qwest_pcs.txt
    >
    > Andrew
    > --
    > Andrew Shepherd
    > cinema@ku.edu
    > cinema@sprintpcs.com
    > http://www.wirelesswavelength.com/
     
  11. I guess we'll only find out by the FCC site registration changes that are
    your forte to dig out for the individual Qwest locations (leased to SPCS or
    not).

    Chris

    "Andrew Shepherd" <cinema@ku.edu> wrote in message
    news:33e89561.0407020150.4389c9de@posting.google.com...
    > "Chris Russell" <noone@nowhere.nospam> wrote in message

    news:<sy0Fc.31313$eH1.14885854@newssvr28.news.prodigy.com>...
    > > Check this out:
    > >
    > > http://rcrnews.com/cgi-bin/news.pl?newsId=18722
    > >
    > > That solves the question of what Qwest would do with their wireless

    assets
    > > after they put all their wireless customers on SPCS spectrum.

    >
    > But the lingering question now is how will Sprint PCS integrate the
    > Qwest Wireless markets (e.g. Wyoming, Montana, North & South Dakota)
    > isolated outside of the SPCS footprint?
    >
    > Spectrum, at least, is not an issue -- as SPCS controls PCS spectrum
    > across the entire country. Thus, conjecture has been that SPCS will
    > utilize its own spectrum to co-locate on existing Qwest sites in the
    > affected markets before decommissioning the Qwest network.
    > Additionally, SPCS has started to absorb some Qwest sites in urban
    > markets like Denver -- in order to ensure that migrated Qwest
    > customers experience the fewest possible discrepancies in comparative
    > signal coverage. If those site leases -- in both the isolated & urban
    > markets -- are being divested to VZW, SPCS' transition strategy would
    > seem to be adversely affected. Presumably, a provision w/in the
    > purchase agreement will still allow SPCS to retain or co-locate on
    > certain of the Qwest sites -- as Qwest is not in the position to stab
    > SPCS in the back.
    >
    > http://www.qwest.com/about/media/pressroom/1,1720,1558_archive,00.html
    > http://news.vzw.com/news/2004/07/pr2004-07-01j.html
    >
    > Several months ago, I started a Qwest Wireless PCS spectrum mapping
    > project. I set it aside only partially complete -- the intact
    > licenses are displayed; the partitioned &/or disaggregated licenses
    > remain unfinished. I will complete the map sometime before the VZW
    > transaction closes late this year or early next. In the meantime, the
    > work-in-progress documents some of the spectrum which VZW will be
    > acquiring.
    >
    > http://people.ku.edu/~cinema/wireless/qwest_pcs.gif
    > http://people.ku.edu/~cinema/wireless/qwest_pcs.txt
    >
    > Andrew
    > --
    > Andrew Shepherd
    > cinema@ku.edu
    > cinema@sprintpcs.com
    > http://www.wirelesswavelength.com/
     
  12. I guess we'll only find out by the FCC site registration changes that are
    your forte to dig out for the individual Qwest locations (leased to SPCS or
    not).

    Chris

    "Andrew Shepherd" <cinema@ku.edu> wrote in message
    news:33e89561.0407020150.4389c9de@posting.google.com...
    > "Chris Russell" <noone@nowhere.nospam> wrote in message

    news:<sy0Fc.31313$eH1.14885854@newssvr28.news.prodigy.com>...
    > > Check this out:
    > >
    > > http://rcrnews.com/cgi-bin/news.pl?newsId=18722
    > >
    > > That solves the question of what Qwest would do with their wireless

    assets
    > > after they put all their wireless customers on SPCS spectrum.

    >
    > But the lingering question now is how will Sprint PCS integrate the
    > Qwest Wireless markets (e.g. Wyoming, Montana, North & South Dakota)
    > isolated outside of the SPCS footprint?
    >
    > Spectrum, at least, is not an issue -- as SPCS controls PCS spectrum
    > across the entire country. Thus, conjecture has been that SPCS will
    > utilize its own spectrum to co-locate on existing Qwest sites in the
    > affected markets before decommissioning the Qwest network.
    > Additionally, SPCS has started to absorb some Qwest sites in urban
    > markets like Denver -- in order to ensure that migrated Qwest
    > customers experience the fewest possible discrepancies in comparative
    > signal coverage. If those site leases -- in both the isolated & urban
    > markets -- are being divested to VZW, SPCS' transition strategy would
    > seem to be adversely affected. Presumably, a provision w/in the
    > purchase agreement will still allow SPCS to retain or co-locate on
    > certain of the Qwest sites -- as Qwest is not in the position to stab
    > SPCS in the back.
    >
    > http://www.qwest.com/about/media/pressroom/1,1720,1558_archive,00.html
    > http://news.vzw.com/news/2004/07/pr2004-07-01j.html
    >
    > Several months ago, I started a Qwest Wireless PCS spectrum mapping
    > project. I set it aside only partially complete -- the intact
    > licenses are displayed; the partitioned &/or disaggregated licenses
    > remain unfinished. I will complete the map sometime before the VZW
    > transaction closes late this year or early next. In the meantime, the
    > work-in-progress documents some of the spectrum which VZW will be
    > acquiring.
    >
    > http://people.ku.edu/~cinema/wireless/qwest_pcs.gif
    > http://people.ku.edu/~cinema/wireless/qwest_pcs.txt
    >
    > Andrew
    > --
    > Andrew Shepherd
    > cinema@ku.edu
    > cinema@sprintpcs.com
    > http://www.wirelesswavelength.com/
     
  13. I guess we'll only find out by the FCC site registration changes that are
    your forte to dig out for the individual Qwest locations (leased to SPCS or
    not).

    Chris

    "Andrew Shepherd" <cinema@ku.edu> wrote in message
    news:33e89561.0407020150.4389c9de@posting.google.com...
    > "Chris Russell" <noone@nowhere.nospam> wrote in message

    news:<sy0Fc.31313$eH1.14885854@newssvr28.news.prodigy.com>...
    > > Check this out:
    > >
    > > http://rcrnews.com/cgi-bin/news.pl?newsId=18722
    > >
    > > That solves the question of what Qwest would do with their wireless

    assets
    > > after they put all their wireless customers on SPCS spectrum.

    >
    > But the lingering question now is how will Sprint PCS integrate the
    > Qwest Wireless markets (e.g. Wyoming, Montana, North & South Dakota)
    > isolated outside of the SPCS footprint?
    >
    > Spectrum, at least, is not an issue -- as SPCS controls PCS spectrum
    > across the entire country. Thus, conjecture has been that SPCS will
    > utilize its own spectrum to co-locate on existing Qwest sites in the
    > affected markets before decommissioning the Qwest network.
    > Additionally, SPCS has started to absorb some Qwest sites in urban
    > markets like Denver -- in order to ensure that migrated Qwest
    > customers experience the fewest possible discrepancies in comparative
    > signal coverage. If those site leases -- in both the isolated & urban
    > markets -- are being divested to VZW, SPCS' transition strategy would
    > seem to be adversely affected. Presumably, a provision w/in the
    > purchase agreement will still allow SPCS to retain or co-locate on
    > certain of the Qwest sites -- as Qwest is not in the position to stab
    > SPCS in the back.
    >
    > http://www.qwest.com/about/media/pressroom/1,1720,1558_archive,00.html
    > http://news.vzw.com/news/2004/07/pr2004-07-01j.html
    >
    > Several months ago, I started a Qwest Wireless PCS spectrum mapping
    > project. I set it aside only partially complete -- the intact
    > licenses are displayed; the partitioned &/or disaggregated licenses
    > remain unfinished. I will complete the map sometime before the VZW
    > transaction closes late this year or early next. In the meantime, the
    > work-in-progress documents some of the spectrum which VZW will be
    > acquiring.
    >
    > http://people.ku.edu/~cinema/wireless/qwest_pcs.gif
    > http://people.ku.edu/~cinema/wireless/qwest_pcs.txt
    >
    > Andrew
    > --
    > Andrew Shepherd
    > cinema@ku.edu
    > cinema@sprintpcs.com
    > http://www.wirelesswavelength.com/
     
  14. I guess we'll only find out by the FCC site registration changes that are
    your forte to dig out for the individual Qwest locations (leased to SPCS or
    not).

    Chris

    "Andrew Shepherd" <cinema@ku.edu> wrote in message
    news:33e89561.0407020150.4389c9de@posting.google.com...
    > "Chris Russell" <noone@nowhere.nospam> wrote in message

    news:<sy0Fc.31313$eH1.14885854@newssvr28.news.prodigy.com>...
    > > Check this out:
    > >
    > > http://rcrnews.com/cgi-bin/news.pl?newsId=18722
    > >
    > > That solves the question of what Qwest would do with their wireless

    assets
    > > after they put all their wireless customers on SPCS spectrum.

    >
    > But the lingering question now is how will Sprint PCS integrate the
    > Qwest Wireless markets (e.g. Wyoming, Montana, North & South Dakota)
    > isolated outside of the SPCS footprint?
    >
    > Spectrum, at least, is not an issue -- as SPCS controls PCS spectrum
    > across the entire country. Thus, conjecture has been that SPCS will
    > utilize its own spectrum to co-locate on existing Qwest sites in the
    > affected markets before decommissioning the Qwest network.
    > Additionally, SPCS has started to absorb some Qwest sites in urban
    > markets like Denver -- in order to ensure that migrated Qwest
    > customers experience the fewest possible discrepancies in comparative
    > signal coverage. If those site leases -- in both the isolated & urban
    > markets -- are being divested to VZW, SPCS' transition strategy would
    > seem to be adversely affected. Presumably, a provision w/in the
    > purchase agreement will still allow SPCS to retain or co-locate on
    > certain of the Qwest sites -- as Qwest is not in the position to stab
    > SPCS in the back.
    >
    > http://www.qwest.com/about/media/pressroom/1,1720,1558_archive,00.html
    > http://news.vzw.com/news/2004/07/pr2004-07-01j.html
    >
    > Several months ago, I started a Qwest Wireless PCS spectrum mapping
    > project. I set it aside only partially complete -- the intact
    > licenses are displayed; the partitioned &/or disaggregated licenses
    > remain unfinished. I will complete the map sometime before the VZW
    > transaction closes late this year or early next. In the meantime, the
    > work-in-progress documents some of the spectrum which VZW will be
    > acquiring.
    >
    > http://people.ku.edu/~cinema/wireless/qwest_pcs.gif
    > http://people.ku.edu/~cinema/wireless/qwest_pcs.txt
    >
    > Andrew
    > --
    > Andrew Shepherd
    > cinema@ku.edu
    > cinema@sprintpcs.com
    > http://www.wirelesswavelength.com/
     
  15. I guess we'll only find out by the FCC site registration changes that are
    your forte to dig out for the individual Qwest locations (leased to SPCS or
    not).

    Chris

    "Andrew Shepherd" <cinema@ku.edu> wrote in message
    news:33e89561.0407020150.4389c9de@posting.google.com...
    > "Chris Russell" <noone@nowhere.nospam> wrote in message

    news:<sy0Fc.31313$eH1.14885854@newssvr28.news.prodigy.com>...
    > > Check this out:
    > >
    > > http://rcrnews.com/cgi-bin/news.pl?newsId=18722
    > >
    > > That solves the question of what Qwest would do with their wireless

    assets
    > > after they put all their wireless customers on SPCS spectrum.

    >
    > But the lingering question now is how will Sprint PCS integrate the
    > Qwest Wireless markets (e.g. Wyoming, Montana, North & South Dakota)
    > isolated outside of the SPCS footprint?
    >
    > Spectrum, at least, is not an issue -- as SPCS controls PCS spectrum
    > across the entire country. Thus, conjecture has been that SPCS will
    > utilize its own spectrum to co-locate on existing Qwest sites in the
    > affected markets before decommissioning the Qwest network.
    > Additionally, SPCS has started to absorb some Qwest sites in urban
    > markets like Denver -- in order to ensure that migrated Qwest
    > customers experience the fewest possible discrepancies in comparative
    > signal coverage. If those site leases -- in both the isolated & urban
    > markets -- are being divested to VZW, SPCS' transition strategy would
    > seem to be adversely affected. Presumably, a provision w/in the
    > purchase agreement will still allow SPCS to retain or co-locate on
    > certain of the Qwest sites -- as Qwest is not in the position to stab
    > SPCS in the back.
    >
    > http://www.qwest.com/about/media/pressroom/1,1720,1558_archive,00.html
    > http://news.vzw.com/news/2004/07/pr2004-07-01j.html
    >
    > Several months ago, I started a Qwest Wireless PCS spectrum mapping
    > project. I set it aside only partially complete -- the intact
    > licenses are displayed; the partitioned &/or disaggregated licenses
    > remain unfinished. I will complete the map sometime before the VZW
    > transaction closes late this year or early next. In the meantime, the
    > work-in-progress documents some of the spectrum which VZW will be
    > acquiring.
    >
    > http://people.ku.edu/~cinema/wireless/qwest_pcs.gif
    > http://people.ku.edu/~cinema/wireless/qwest_pcs.txt
    >
    > Andrew
    > --
    > Andrew Shepherd
    > cinema@ku.edu
    > cinema@sprintpcs.com
    > http://www.wirelesswavelength.com/
     
  16. I guess we'll only find out by the FCC site registration changes that are
    your forte to dig out for the individual Qwest locations (leased to SPCS or
    not).

    Chris

    "Andrew Shepherd" <cinema@ku.edu> wrote in message
    news:33e89561.0407020150.4389c9de@posting.google.com...
    > "Chris Russell" <noone@nowhere.nospam> wrote in message

    news:<sy0Fc.31313$eH1.14885854@newssvr28.news.prodigy.com>...
    > > Check this out:
    > >
    > > http://rcrnews.com/cgi-bin/news.pl?newsId=18722
    > >
    > > That solves the question of what Qwest would do with their wireless

    assets
    > > after they put all their wireless customers on SPCS spectrum.

    >
    > But the lingering question now is how will Sprint PCS integrate the
    > Qwest Wireless markets (e.g. Wyoming, Montana, North & South Dakota)
    > isolated outside of the SPCS footprint?
    >
    > Spectrum, at least, is not an issue -- as SPCS controls PCS spectrum
    > across the entire country. Thus, conjecture has been that SPCS will
    > utilize its own spectrum to co-locate on existing Qwest sites in the
    > affected markets before decommissioning the Qwest network.
    > Additionally, SPCS has started to absorb some Qwest sites in urban
    > markets like Denver -- in order to ensure that migrated Qwest
    > customers experience the fewest possible discrepancies in comparative
    > signal coverage. If those site leases -- in both the isolated & urban
    > markets -- are being divested to VZW, SPCS' transition strategy would
    > seem to be adversely affected. Presumably, a provision w/in the
    > purchase agreement will still allow SPCS to retain or co-locate on
    > certain of the Qwest sites -- as Qwest is not in the position to stab
    > SPCS in the back.
    >
    > http://www.qwest.com/about/media/pressroom/1,1720,1558_archive,00.html
    > http://news.vzw.com/news/2004/07/pr2004-07-01j.html
    >
    > Several months ago, I started a Qwest Wireless PCS spectrum mapping
    > project. I set it aside only partially complete -- the intact
    > licenses are displayed; the partitioned &/or disaggregated licenses
    > remain unfinished. I will complete the map sometime before the VZW
    > transaction closes late this year or early next. In the meantime, the
    > work-in-progress documents some of the spectrum which VZW will be
    > acquiring.
    >
    > http://people.ku.edu/~cinema/wireless/qwest_pcs.gif
    > http://people.ku.edu/~cinema/wireless/qwest_pcs.txt
    >
    > Andrew
    > --
    > Andrew Shepherd
    > cinema@ku.edu
    > cinema@sprintpcs.com
    > http://www.wirelesswavelength.com/
     
  17. I guess we'll only find out by the FCC site registration changes that are
    your forte to dig out for the individual Qwest locations (leased to SPCS or
    not).

    Chris

    "Andrew Shepherd" <cinema@ku.edu> wrote in message
    news:33e89561.0407020150.4389c9de@posting.google.com...
    > "Chris Russell" <noone@nowhere.nospam> wrote in message

    news:<sy0Fc.31313$eH1.14885854@newssvr28.news.prodigy.com>...
    > > Check this out:
    > >
    > > http://rcrnews.com/cgi-bin/news.pl?newsId=18722
    > >
    > > That solves the question of what Qwest would do with their wireless

    assets
    > > after they put all their wireless customers on SPCS spectrum.

    >
    > But the lingering question now is how will Sprint PCS integrate the
    > Qwest Wireless markets (e.g. Wyoming, Montana, North & South Dakota)
    > isolated outside of the SPCS footprint?
    >
    > Spectrum, at least, is not an issue -- as SPCS controls PCS spectrum
    > across the entire country. Thus, conjecture has been that SPCS will
    > utilize its own spectrum to co-locate on existing Qwest sites in the
    > affected markets before decommissioning the Qwest network.
    > Additionally, SPCS has started to absorb some Qwest sites in urban
    > markets like Denver -- in order to ensure that migrated Qwest
    > customers experience the fewest possible discrepancies in comparative
    > signal coverage. If those site leases -- in both the isolated & urban
    > markets -- are being divested to VZW, SPCS' transition strategy would
    > seem to be adversely affected. Presumably, a provision w/in the
    > purchase agreement will still allow SPCS to retain or co-locate on
    > certain of the Qwest sites -- as Qwest is not in the position to stab
    > SPCS in the back.
    >
    > http://www.qwest.com/about/media/pressroom/1,1720,1558_archive,00.html
    > http://news.vzw.com/news/2004/07/pr2004-07-01j.html
    >
    > Several months ago, I started a Qwest Wireless PCS spectrum mapping
    > project. I set it aside only partially complete -- the intact
    > licenses are displayed; the partitioned &/or disaggregated licenses
    > remain unfinished. I will complete the map sometime before the VZW
    > transaction closes late this year or early next. In the meantime, the
    > work-in-progress documents some of the spectrum which VZW will be
    > acquiring.
    >
    > http://people.ku.edu/~cinema/wireless/qwest_pcs.gif
    > http://people.ku.edu/~cinema/wireless/qwest_pcs.txt
    >
    > Andrew
    > --
    > Andrew Shepherd
    > cinema@ku.edu
    > cinema@sprintpcs.com
    > http://www.wirelesswavelength.com/
     
  18. I guess we'll only find out by the FCC site registration changes that are
    your forte to dig out for the individual Qwest locations (leased to SPCS or
    not).

    Chris

    "Andrew Shepherd" <cinema@ku.edu> wrote in message
    news:33e89561.0407020150.4389c9de@posting.google.com...
    > "Chris Russell" <noone@nowhere.nospam> wrote in message

    news:<sy0Fc.31313$eH1.14885854@newssvr28.news.prodigy.com>...
    > > Check this out:
    > >
    > > http://rcrnews.com/cgi-bin/news.pl?newsId=18722
    > >
    > > That solves the question of what Qwest would do with their wireless

    assets
    > > after they put all their wireless customers on SPCS spectrum.

    >
    > But the lingering question now is how will Sprint PCS integrate the
    > Qwest Wireless markets (e.g. Wyoming, Montana, North & South Dakota)
    > isolated outside of the SPCS footprint?
    >
    > Spectrum, at least, is not an issue -- as SPCS controls PCS spectrum
    > across the entire country. Thus, conjecture has been that SPCS will
    > utilize its own spectrum to co-locate on existing Qwest sites in the
    > affected markets before decommissioning the Qwest network.
    > Additionally, SPCS has started to absorb some Qwest sites in urban
    > markets like Denver -- in order to ensure that migrated Qwest
    > customers experience the fewest possible discrepancies in comparative
    > signal coverage. If those site leases -- in both the isolated & urban
    > markets -- are being divested to VZW, SPCS' transition strategy would
    > seem to be adversely affected. Presumably, a provision w/in the
    > purchase agreement will still allow SPCS to retain or co-locate on
    > certain of the Qwest sites -- as Qwest is not in the position to stab
    > SPCS in the back.
    >
    > http://www.qwest.com/about/media/pressroom/1,1720,1558_archive,00.html
    > http://news.vzw.com/news/2004/07/pr2004-07-01j.html
    >
    > Several months ago, I started a Qwest Wireless PCS spectrum mapping
    > project. I set it aside only partially complete -- the intact
    > licenses are displayed; the partitioned &/or disaggregated licenses
    > remain unfinished. I will complete the map sometime before the VZW
    > transaction closes late this year or early next. In the meantime, the
    > work-in-progress documents some of the spectrum which VZW will be
    > acquiring.
    >
    > http://people.ku.edu/~cinema/wireless/qwest_pcs.gif
    > http://people.ku.edu/~cinema/wireless/qwest_pcs.txt
    >
    > Andrew
    > --
    > Andrew Shepherd
    > cinema@ku.edu
    > cinema@sprintpcs.com
    > http://www.wirelesswavelength.com/
     
  19. I guess we'll only find out by the FCC site registration changes that are
    your forte to dig out for the individual Qwest locations (leased to SPCS or
    not).

    Chris

    "Andrew Shepherd" <cinema@ku.edu> wrote in message
    news:33e89561.0407020150.4389c9de@posting.google.com...
    > "Chris Russell" <noone@nowhere.nospam> wrote in message

    news:<sy0Fc.31313$eH1.14885854@newssvr28.news.prodigy.com>...
    > > Check this out:
    > >
    > > http://rcrnews.com/cgi-bin/news.pl?newsId=18722
    > >
    > > That solves the question of what Qwest would do with their wireless

    assets
    > > after they put all their wireless customers on SPCS spectrum.

    >
    > But the lingering question now is how will Sprint PCS integrate the
    > Qwest Wireless markets (e.g. Wyoming, Montana, North & South Dakota)
    > isolated outside of the SPCS footprint?
    >
    > Spectrum, at least, is not an issue -- as SPCS controls PCS spectrum
    > across the entire country. Thus, conjecture has been that SPCS will
    > utilize its own spectrum to co-locate on existing Qwest sites in the
    > affected markets before decommissioning the Qwest network.
    > Additionally, SPCS has started to absorb some Qwest sites in urban
    > markets like Denver -- in order to ensure that migrated Qwest
    > customers experience the fewest possible discrepancies in comparative
    > signal coverage. If those site leases -- in both the isolated & urban
    > markets -- are being divested to VZW, SPCS' transition strategy would
    > seem to be adversely affected. Presumably, a provision w/in the
    > purchase agreement will still allow SPCS to retain or co-locate on
    > certain of the Qwest sites -- as Qwest is not in the position to stab
    > SPCS in the back.
    >
    > http://www.qwest.com/about/media/pressroom/1,1720,1558_archive,00.html
    > http://news.vzw.com/news/2004/07/pr2004-07-01j.html
    >
    > Several months ago, I started a Qwest Wireless PCS spectrum mapping
    > project. I set it aside only partially complete -- the intact
    > licenses are displayed; the partitioned &/or disaggregated licenses
    > remain unfinished. I will complete the map sometime before the VZW
    > transaction closes late this year or early next. In the meantime, the
    > work-in-progress documents some of the spectrum which VZW will be
    > acquiring.
    >
    > http://people.ku.edu/~cinema/wireless/qwest_pcs.gif
    > http://people.ku.edu/~cinema/wireless/qwest_pcs.txt
    >
    > Andrew
    > --
    > Andrew Shepherd
    > cinema@ku.edu
    > cinema@sprintpcs.com
    > http://www.wirelesswavelength.com/
     
  20. I guess we'll only find out by the FCC site registration changes that are
    your forte to dig out for the individual Qwest locations (leased to SPCS or
    not).

    Chris

    "Andrew Shepherd" <cinema@ku.edu> wrote in message
    news:33e89561.0407020150.4389c9de@posting.google.com...
    > "Chris Russell" <noone@nowhere.nospam> wrote in message

    news:<sy0Fc.31313$eH1.14885854@newssvr28.news.prodigy.com>...
    > > Check this out:
    > >
    > > http://rcrnews.com/cgi-bin/news.pl?newsId=18722
    > >
    > > That solves the question of what Qwest would do with their wireless

    assets
    > > after they put all their wireless customers on SPCS spectrum.

    >
    > But the lingering question now is how will Sprint PCS integrate the
    > Qwest Wireless markets (e.g. Wyoming, Montana, North & South Dakota)
    > isolated outside of the SPCS footprint?
    >
    > Spectrum, at least, is not an issue -- as SPCS controls PCS spectrum
    > across the entire country. Thus, conjecture has been that SPCS will
    > utilize its own spectrum to co-locate on existing Qwest sites in the
    > affected markets before decommissioning the Qwest network.
    > Additionally, SPCS has started to absorb some Qwest sites in urban
    > markets like Denver -- in order to ensure that migrated Qwest
    > customers experience the fewest possible discrepancies in comparative
    > signal coverage. If those site leases -- in both the isolated & urban
    > markets -- are being divested to VZW, SPCS' transition strategy would
    > seem to be adversely affected. Presumably, a provision w/in the
    > purchase agreement will still allow SPCS to retain or co-locate on
    > certain of the Qwest sites -- as Qwest is not in the position to stab
    > SPCS in the back.
    >
    > http://www.qwest.com/about/media/pressroom/1,1720,1558_archive,00.html
    > http://news.vzw.com/news/2004/07/pr2004-07-01j.html
    >
    > Several months ago, I started a Qwest Wireless PCS spectrum mapping
    > project. I set it aside only partially complete -- the intact
    > licenses are displayed; the partitioned &/or disaggregated licenses
    > remain unfinished. I will complete the map sometime before the VZW
    > transaction closes late this year or early next. In the meantime, the
    > work-in-progress documents some of the spectrum which VZW will be
    > acquiring.
    >
    > http://people.ku.edu/~cinema/wireless/qwest_pcs.gif
    > http://people.ku.edu/~cinema/wireless/qwest_pcs.txt
    >
    > Andrew
    > --
    > Andrew Shepherd
    > cinema@ku.edu
    > cinema@sprintpcs.com
    > http://www.wirelesswavelength.com/
     

Welcome to VerizonForums!

Unfortunately you can't reply until you log in or sign up.


Forgot your password?