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Thread: Verizon band 5 deployment

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    Quote Originally Posted by matty032 View Post
    Verizon band 5 in Greensboro NC.

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    Can you check if Verizon band 5 is in Greenville, NC? I'm not tech savvy like ya'll are! Lol
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    Quote Originally Posted by ICanHearYouNow View Post
    Can you check if Verizon band 5 is in Greenville, NC? I'm not tech savvy like ya'll are! Lol
    Are you using a iPhone? On that your can tell by dialing #3001#12345#*

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    Quote Originally Posted by RenoWirelessGuru View Post
    Nothing in Reno that I've seen. Saw it on one site at Lake Tahoe (Incline Village).


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    Let's hope they get moving on it soon. For the first time ever with Verizon, I got "all circuits busy" last week in South Tahoe. Data has been nearly useless. Switch #112 is definitely getting a workout.

    A combo of a bajillion users for the 4th, plus underbuilt coverage for the demand. VZW used to be great, but lately they are not keeping up.

    Challenge is that VZW is the only provider that really reaches out into rural California.

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    Quote Originally Posted by kilovolt View Post
    Let's hope they get moving on it soon. For the first time ever with Verizon, I got "all circuits busy" last week in South Tahoe. Data has been nearly useless. Switch #112 is definitely getting a workout.

    A combo of a bajillion users for the 4th, plus underbuilt coverage for the demand. VZW used to be great, but lately they are not keeping up.

    Challenge is that VZW is the only provider that really reaches out into rural California.
    Until att, Sprint or Tmobile change that will stay that. TMobile could do it with their 600 mhz.

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    Quote Originally Posted by thotguy31 View Post
    Are you using a iPhone? On that your can tell by dialing #3001#12345#*

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    Yeah I'm using an iPhone7. How can I tell though when I dial that number?

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    Quote Originally Posted by ICanHearYouNow View Post
    Yeah I'm using an iPhone7. How can I tell though when I dial that number?
    Just click on servicing cell that will show the Band number

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    Quote Originally Posted by Wide_opeN View Post
    I think this refarm is integral to the solidarity of Verizon VoLTE aspirations.

    While they would like for us to think that 1x never shows up, we all know that it still shows up pretty regularly.
    I have not seen 1X in years. Obviously this varies based on local, but in my travels, including a driving trip from Orlando to Louisville, I was on LTE the whole time.

    Quote Originally Posted by Wide_opeN View Post
    Simultaneous voice and data and VoLTE are riding on Band 5. I'm fairly certain I remember Verizon saying that they had 100% overlay of their network with LTE like 3 or 4 years ago, yet not everyone has access to VoLTE all the time.
    Not sure what you mean here. VoLTE and simultaneous voice and data has been active on Verizon since 2014 on all bands.

    Quote Originally Posted by kilovolt View Post
    Let's hope they get moving on it soon. For the first time ever with Verizon, I got "all circuits busy" last week in South Tahoe. .
    If you got to a message that said "all circuits busy", it likely was not the Verizon network failing. You were approved to have a voice call on the network. I could be wrong here, but I consider the network dead when I try to dial a number and it never moves to the "call" screen from the "dialing" screen.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Trocks797 View Post
    I have not seen 1X in years. Obviously this varies based on local, but in my travels, including a driving trip from Orlando to Louisville, I was on LTE the whole time.



    Not sure what you mean here. VoLTE and simultaneous voice and data has been active on Verizon since 2014 on all bands.



    If you got to a message that said "all circuits busy", it likely was not the Verizon network failing. You were approved to have a voice call on the network. I could be wrong here, but I consider the network dead when I try to dial a number and it never moves to the "call" screen from the "dialing" screen.
    Hello everyone, long time reader, hardly ever login. Anyway, I took a trip from Phoenix to Memphis and was LTE about 95% of the way. The worst area was New Mexico. I rarely dropped to 1x or even 3g. Don't know if that helps, but that's my experience.

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    How much 850 do they have in NYC

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    In NY-NJ-LI , as with many other areas, they have all of the 800 "B" side, or half of all the available 800 cell spectrum, the other half is AT&T ( not counting the original NexTel 2-way 850 channels, not part of the cell spectrum).
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    Quote Originally Posted by drueburgendy View Post
    How much 850 do they have in NYC
    25 MHz of 850

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    Quote Originally Posted by Checker79 View Post
    25 MHz of 850
    So that's enough for 10x10 and 5xO if 5x0 is even possible

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    Quote Originally Posted by Checker79 View Post
    25 MHz of 850
    Why doesn't any of the carriers swap for 850MHz in this day and age?

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    Quote Originally Posted by WiredGuy View Post
    Why doesn't any of the carriers swap for 850MHz in this day and age?
    Only att And VZW have most of that Spectrum. Sprint has Nationwide 800 mhz with nothing to swap like they are doing with PCS. TMobile only has it on one area.

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    Band 5 spotted here in Kitty Hawk, NC the first week of July!

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