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T-Mobile USA, Leap Wireless agree spectrum swap

Monday 9 April 2012 | 16:23 CET | News
US mobile operators Leap Wireless and T-Mobile USA have agreed to a spectrum swap. The transactions involve T-Mobile, Cook Inlet/VS GSM VII PCS, a joint venture between T-Mobile and Cook Inlet in which T-Mobile has a non-controlling majority interest, and Leap's majority-owned venture Savary Island Wireless. The deal gives Leap, which operates under the brand name Cricket, access to 10 MHz of additional AWS spectrum in Phoenix, Arizona and Houston, Galveston and Bryan-College Station, Texas. T-Mobile and Cook Inlet will get additional spectrum rights in markets in Alabama, Illinois, Missouri,

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Companies: Leap Wireless / T-Mobile USA
Countries: United States
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