Denver has one of the slowest mobile data speeds in the country, experts agree. A combination of more people moving into the area, increasing demand on cell networks, is one reason but the larger reason has to do with spectrum. Of the four companies servicing the area, not one company has a big chunk of spectrum, reports the Denver Post.
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President Brian Goemmer says T-Mobile owns a good amount of Advanced
Wireless Spectrum in Denver, however AT&T and Verizon own portions
in-between. By not owning contiguous bands, none of the carriers can
offer the top upload and download speeds carriers offer in other cities,
according to Goemmer. Continue Reading