Recently lost: Long Lines Wireless in Iowa, Airfire Mobile in Wisconsin and Allwest Wireless in Utah. Only the Long Lines network will remain intact and their customers will be switched over to AT&T. These carriers are small enough to disappear with little notice. They lived near the middle of our Mountain Wireless Ratings and their loss will probably only be symbolic.
Sadly, the loss of T-Mobile moved one step closer to reality today unless common sense prevails in Washington. Common sense? That's not likely, but it has happened before when they denied the AT&T/T-Mobile combination. All Sprint needs is more spectrum and it seems to be coming available in bits and pieces, it's just in markets too small to help out. We can just hope.