In FCC Filing, Sprint Blasts AT&T for Inept Network Management

Phil Goldstein:

Specifically, Sprint argues that AT&T, in its April 21 filing with the FCC, makes numerous claims worthy of “Alice in Wonderland.” For example, Sprint notes that AT&T claims that it doesn’t compete with T-Mobile, despite listing T-Mobile as one of the five competitors consumers may choose from in an example of how “fiercely competitive” the market is.

Sprint also argues that AT&T has a reservoir of unused spectrum and that AT&T has failed to adequately invest in its network.

Tell us what you really think, Sprint.

Wednesday, 1 June 2011