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New spectrum would boost unlicensed Wi-Fi spectrum by a third

Sources: InfoWorld, DARPA

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RE: Feto cells
By kyuuketsuki on 2/21/2013 7:54:59 PM , Rating: 2
AT&T does provide free femtocells for people in bad coverage areas. If you paid for yours, I'm afraid you got hosed. =/

RE: Feto cells
By djdjohnson on 2/22/2013 2:28:38 AM , Rating: 2
AT&T wouldn't cover the cost of mine even though I can't reliably receive, make, or hold onto calls. Since their coverage map says that coverage is good where I live, they wouldn't provide a microcell for free, even if a phone on their network is almost completely useless.

Nevermind what happens in the real world as long as their map says everything is fine. Coverage maps are always right.

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