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    I already tried T-Mobile's 128 kb/sec...

    I already tried T-Mobile's 128 kb/sec international service in Japan and S.Korea and wasn't impressed with the data speeds, I'm only getting this in two countries with some of the fastest, and dense...
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    And LTE bands of B11, B18 and B19 for Japan. All...

    And LTE bands of B11, B18 and B19 for Japan.
    All the models will support common bands like B1, B2, B3, B4, B5, B7 and B8 which will be sufficient for most international travel.
    Unless, you’re a...
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    The tax rate also differs between localities...

    The tax rate also differs between localities and/country so that will affect what you actually pay.
    If I use different addresses in the State of California , I will ended up paying different rates...
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    Sticky: well, the last one for 2017 and to look back how...

    well, the last one for 2017 and to look back how far T-Mobile has gone...
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    As an AT&T customer, I noticed a few things so...

    As an AT&T customer, I noticed a few things so far in the past 2 years in the following order...introduction of PCS LTE, carrier aggregation, multiple antenna swaps for the same site, complete phase...
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    It doesn't matter what model you get. Apple does...

    It doesn't matter what model you get.
    Apple does with all their models, I have always purchased the Verizon version of the iPhone and it has worked fine when I roam or use a local SIM card in...
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    Sure... Give it a try, you have have nothing to...

    Sure...
    Give it a try, you have have nothing to lose by trying...
    https://www.att.com/deviceunlock/
  8. Well, Telcel just dropped an early Christmas...

    Well, Telcel just dropped an early Christmas present for its customers...
    Two B7 LTE channels at 10 MHz FDD and 20 MHz.. already live in Tijuana to complement the existing B4 LTE network.
    I expect...
  9. B5 LTE on a 5MHz FDD configuration is helpful for...

    B5 LTE on a 5MHz FDD configuration is helpful for CA but it sucks on its own and for the most part is only useful to show that you have LTE deployed, but that’s it.
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    Time and money. Why go through the effort to fix...

    Time and money. Why go through the effort to fix something that isn’t broke, especially if you have a device which won’t work on Sprint? Other than to save on the monthly bill, it’s just a hassle to...
  11. Telcel is the only network available to to roam...

    Telcel is the only network available to to roam on in Tijuana for AT&T US customers.
    It used to be Movistar was available, but now every time i try to select it I just get “No Service”. Not that it...
  12. B5 only LTE used to be great for me up in VT when...

    B5 only LTE used to be great for me up in VT when I visited my mom, then several months later I experienced issues such as dismal performance and kick downs to HSPA+. B2 LTE without CA solved the...
  13. Still sitting on the fence on between the 8 Plus...

    Still sitting on the fence on between the 8 Plus and X.
    I like the Touch ID since I can unlock the phone when I'm driving and I had some not so great experiences with the face unlock with my Samsung...
  14. Well, if you have nearly 77.2% of the mobile...

    Well, if you have nearly 77.2% of the mobile market in Mexico then congestion is going to be an issue.
    Even without unlimted data, the fact Telcel literally owns the Mexican market is enough...
  15. I found out that roaming in Mexico with either...

    I found out that roaming in Mexico with either AT&T or T-Mobile can be quite frustrating, it used to be a great experience with usable speeds but within the last year or so the speeds are anything...
  16. The title of the thread states Claro is now the...

    The title of the thread states Claro is now the preferred network to Roam in Latin America, of which Claro is a one of T-Mobile's roaming partners in Latin America (not including Mexico, since Telcel...
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    Sticky: Got it up!!! One more to go for 2017!!! w000t!

    Got it up!!!
    One more to go for 2017!!!
    w000t!
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    You'll need to log into the field test screen to...

    You'll need to log into the field test screen to find out the parameters of the network in question, including the EARFCN.
    Only way to find out the enB manufacturer is to find a cell site and look...
  19. These LTEiRA partners are independent to the...

    These LTEiRA partners are independent to the extent that they get get determine pricing for their service and devices offered and own the radio access network (RAN), but everything passes through the...
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    The discussion was about markets where either...

    The discussion was about markets where either AT&T or Verizon owns both the A side and B side, like in parts of OK, TX, and FL for one carrier or the other.
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    This is correct. 2007-2008 was the time when...

    This is correct. 2007-2008 was the time when Verizon Wireless was deciding between UMB and LTE and nothing else as a successor to CDMA2000. And, I think Qualcomm around the same time was pushing UMB...
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    Oh well then LTE will definitely break apart and...

    Oh well then LTE will definitely break apart and the connection between the eNB/RAN isn't there so it decides to give you 1x/3G, instead.
    I see the same thing with hilly or mountainous areas filled...
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    If it's in your pocket then it's not being used...

    If it's in your pocket then it's not being used and I'm going to bet that the EVDO channel is only maintained to keep the UE alive in a "ready state" so it can receive calls and messages and "talk"...
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    This isn't needed since the UE is always...

    This isn't needed since the UE is always constantly evaluating and reporting it's location to the BS/eNb/RAN, who in turn based on this and whether the LTE channel is congested or not decides what...
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    Ahhhh no The standard migration path for CDMA...

    Ahhhh no
    The standard migration path for CDMA carriers was CDMA2000>UMB.
    Qualcomm proposed the idea that UMB would handoff back to and backwards compatible CDMA2000.
    Qualcomm being the developer...
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