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    T-Mobile adds each band to the MVNO partner map

    This is the Map where I could put in my address and push in a Pin then it showed the Bands at my place.

    https://maps.t-mobile.com/pcc.html?map=mvno-roamd-34l

    Got this info from Reddit.

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    This is awesome, now I can tell what bands are on each tower without having to rely on users to map with cellmapper!

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    Yeah I like the band information. They have more 700 around me than I realized

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    That’s pretty cool. It doesn’t show both LTE bands where I live though. It only shows Band 12 and 2G 1900 but I also have Band 4, which is actually what I’m normally connected to at home.

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    Inaccurate for me. They show U2100 in some areas around me- which isn't possible given that all of their AWS spectrum (10x10) has been dedicated to LTE.

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    It looks like parts of Texas are LTE only!

    Like all of San Angelo:


    Or Fredericksburg:


    TMO has basically no spectrum in San Angelo so going LTE only makes sense.

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    Even with the added information this map is still mostly fantasy.

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    Quote Originally Posted by james4209 View Post
    Even with the added information this map is still mostly fantasy.
    Not where I am. It's pretty accurate

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    Quote Originally Posted by anthonyjones View Post
    Not where I am. It's pretty accurate
    A surprising thing is that, when I look up my workplace, it doesn't show good residential or commercial building support. Yet the service inside is better on T-Mobile than Verizon.
    I gave into temptation, and bought the iPhone X, even though I had a perfectly good, though oversized, 7+.

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    T-Mobile adds each band to the MVNO partner map

    FWIW. I selected a few places in WA/OR where the coverage is a known quantity to me. The coverage map was overoptimistic in the one very rural place, but otherwise seemed fairly accurate. Small sample size though.
    Last edited by mch; 11-04-2017 at 12:09 PM.
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    Those maps are still crap. Shows multiple bands in area of No Service.

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    Quote Originally Posted by formercanuck View Post
    Those maps are still crap. Shows multiple bands in area of No Service.

    Sent from my LG-H872 using HoFo mobile app
    That map appears to be such a fantasy that I would have expected to see Winterfell or Hobbiton on it!
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    Aside from the error in the bands, it’s pretty accurate for me. Does the mountain mean outdoor coverage only? Seems like 2G is always listed as outdoor only so I wasn’t sure.

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    T-Mobile adds each band to the MVNO partner map

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    At our other house it does show the correct bands so i guess it varies depending on the area.

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    Quote Originally Posted by anthonyjones View Post
    Not where I am. It's pretty accurate
    LOL. I don't why its always me, but wherever its light pink I receive "No Service."

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