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    Quote Originally Posted by WiredGuy View Post
    It's on my android version. Try updating it to the latest one.

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    I should of clarified. I have the Android version he has an iPhone. (Could tell by the screenshot) it's likely not there on his because he is running the iOS version of the app.

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    On Verizon Prepaid in an LRA area.

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    Quote Originally Posted by andrew110 View Post


    On Verizon Prepaid in an LRA area.

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    You're able to use it like native Verizon?

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    Quote Originally Posted by curiouscustomer View Post
    You're able to use it like native Verizon?
    Yes with VoLTE enabled it's as if I'm in native VZ coverage.

    Hopefully it stays this way.

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    When Verizon thinks the heavy throttle is ok with 90+ Mbps speeds... lol

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    Quote Originally Posted by DiamondLink View Post
    When Verizon thinks the heavy throttle is ok with 90+ Mbps speeds... lol

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    I think the end game here isn’t totally about congestion. I think long term they will start charging content providers to raise stream quality or give higher quality video that they own priority. Either way it’s BS.

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    Newly updated site in Edmond OK. Name:  ImageUploadedByHoFo1508127062.586202.jpg
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    Quote Originally Posted by DiamondLink View Post
    When Verizon thinks the heavy throttle is ok with 90+ Mbps speeds... lol

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    Verizon will plummet in the Netflix rankings on their release. If more publications use fast.com results, they "may" unthrottle it but I'm not holding my breath.

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    I don't think they'd care about that, at all. I've never seen VZW refer to, or market such a ranking. They're more concerned with wireless ranking services.

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    Hey guys just wondering why don't carriers crank up the back haul all the way? I'm not talking about in my area, I think we have pretty good back haul, but in general. For example if they have 1Gbps/10Gbps available to them why do they only decide to do 100mbps,200mbps,etc. instead of putting the full 1Gbps?

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    Quote Originally Posted by curiouscustomer View Post
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    Hey guys just wondering why don't carriers crank up the back haul all the way? I'm not talking about in my area, I think we have pretty good back haul, but in general. For example if they have 1Gbps/10Gbps available to them why do they only decide to do 100mbps,200mbps,etc. instead of putting the full 1Gbps?
    It’s all about keeping the operating cost down. If they could get away with 50/10 service I’m sure they would.

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    Quote Originally Posted by fgpalm View Post
    It’s all about keeping the operating cost down. If they could get away with 50/10 service I’m sure they would.
    Makes sense because I know 10Gbps is available to many of the towers in my area (it's even available for my house I'd have to get a business account but it's available). Was just wondering because I always see people talking about upping the backhaul on towers then it came to mind why don't they just provide the full speed.

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    Quote Originally Posted by curiouscustomer View Post
    Makes sense because I know 10Gbps is available to many of the towers in my area (it's even available for my house I'd have to get a business account but it's available). Was just wondering because I always see people talking about upping the backhaul on towers then it came to mind why don't they just provide the full speed.
    Business internet services (like almost everything else) are generally far more expensive than consumer options. But unfortunately, just like consumer services, the prices still spike near the top end of what's available. On my fiber provider, I pay $70 for 1GB. It I wanted 10GB, I'd pay $299. Two business versions exist for all speed levels. The cheaper business 1GB fiber is $499. The more pricey one with service guarantees is $3,300, still at just 1GB.

    I don't have business pricing for 10GB available, or I'd share it. Safe to assume, it's in the price range of a good car.

    So I'm sure you can see why carriers buy just enough bandwidth to eek by until demand forces their hand.

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    Verizon 4G LTE Speed Test Results: POST EM' HERE!

    Quote Originally Posted by weskeene View Post
    Business internet services (like almost everything else) are generally far more expensive than consumer options. But unfortunately, just like consumer services, the prices still spike near the top end of what's available. On my fiber provider, I pay $70 for 1GB. It I wanted 10GB, I'd pay $299. Two business versions exist for all speed levels. The cheaper business 1GB fiber is $499. The more pricey one with service guarantees is $3,300, still at just 1GB.

    I don't have business pricing for 10GB available, or I'd share it. Safe to assume, it's in the price range of a good car.

    So I'm sure you can see why carriers buy just enough bandwidth to eek by until demand forces their hand.
    Oh yeah definitely, I know business internet is always a lot more expensive. I currently have 1Gbps (Residential Fiber) available at $80/mo. 2Gbps (Residential) for $299.95 and 10Gbps at $1500 (Business). I know there's 1Gbps-10Gbps in between plans but don't know the prices I just know the prices for the 1Gbps,2Gbps, and 10Gbps. Also if I wanted anything higher than 2Gbps I'd have to get a business account. Just saying it's available

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    At the park today. Found it very suspicious I was consistently pulling in the 20s on my depri line! Then I was able to confirm suspicions that I was indeed doing 13+2. Still can't do 13+4 in Ericsson land and wish they'd change that already cuz this performance is so much better than the 1-3 Mbps I used to get:



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