This seems to be a recurring theme when you ask AT&T, Verizon, T-Mobile and Sprint when you will be able to buy a femtocell for your home to fix your dead zone. Femtocells have become available for a few select US cities and it doesn't appear that will be changing any time soon. Carriers are dipping their toes into the water in the US in a few select cities where they have complimentary cable and fiber footprints. I think Verizon and AT&T are waiting for the first move from Comcast and Cox and will offer a competing offer once they know how far they need to bend over. I am expecting a lot of competition and subsidies especially for customers who have suffered from poor in-building coverage. Stay tuned as 2010 could be the year where the femtocell industry finally takes off.