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sebastian

to what i know TMobile D also had somewhat around 30000 base stations (as of 2006/7)... i guess that a different pattern of population density could cause the mismatch in population/site ratio...

rich

37,000 sounds less... But, I guess it really depends on the amount of traffic going through each base station. And, I guess, probably, a base station in US, in average, covers lots of more area than one in EU, or Asia.

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