AT&T has rolled this out in about a half dozen markets and claims they will go Nationwide later this spring or summary. I think they are testing the market to see how early adopters are just willing to pay $150 and $20 per month for enhanced in-building coverage. We speculate they are going to be forced into giving away a minimum of 10M femtcells (Microcell mini cell phone towers) to its' customers that cost them $100 each because of pressures from the cable operators and the smaller operators. These mini cell phone towers will fix the horrible coverage more than 40M of AT&T's customers have indoors. 10M microcells would only be a fraction their customer base of 80M that actually needs the product or may switch to another dump pipe operator in the near future.
See our related posts about the Microcell: AT&T Customers Will Soon Be Happy,