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    They are finally adding LTE in New England!

    After years of 3G service in most of New Hampshire and Vermont, they now have it listed as "4G LTE Coming Soon"!

    http://www.uscellular.com/coverage-m...indicator.html

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    Hell yes ! Finally.

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    That's a surprise, but better late than never! T-Mobile just turned on Band 12 LTE in the area (shocked to see it on my Nexus 6)!

    Just checked Band 5 LTE (850 MHz, the only band USC owns in the Manchester/Nashua metro) and nothing yet.
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    I saw the map and was glad to hear that USCC was going to expand their LTE network in Vermont.
    Hopefully, USCC will make use of their Lower A + B licenses to expand their LTE coverage through the 89 and upwards to Burlington, VT however I suspect that their network in NW Vermont is just a skeleton CDMA network to protect their PCS licenses and/or overbuild to reduce roaming so I'm not optimistic that LTE will be turned on in the area.

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    They're going to expand their LTE here in Northern California too. Currently, they have LTE in Mendocino, Lake, Humboldt and Del Norte Counties, but with this they will FINALLY expand it to their other NorCal Counties, Siskiyou, Modoc, Lassen and Plumas. They will also be doing some LTE fill in those counties they currently have LTE.

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    USCC has 850 (A Band) and 700 here. The 700 is via their subsidiary, King Street Wireless.
    Last edited by ilvla2; 04-24-2015 at 01:27 AM.

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    King street wireless is good.
    Long live the McDonald fish fillet!

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    Quote Originally Posted by timeofday View Post
    King street wireless is good.
    I dont know if im sensing sarchasm or not it is early but does kingstreet bring something exciting to the table.......im genuinely hoping for something interesting...

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