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  1. It's weird because I've been places where they...

    It's weird because I've been places where they are totally wrong and show continuous coverage where it doesn't exist for a handheld phone, meanwhile, I've been to places where it's dead on accurate....
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    Interesting. I haven't gotten anything to roam...

    Interesting. I haven't gotten anything to roam across, at least that I know of for a long time. Back in the day, we just made sure not to use the phone if it said "ROAMING" while at the beach. That's...
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    They should be able to re-configure the LTE...

    They should be able to re-configure the LTE channels remotely. The bigger question is how easy is it to cut the CDMA channels down? Presumably when they do shut it down, it will be abandoned in place...
  4. That's interesting because if you looked at their...

    That's interesting because if you looked at their websites, you'd think AT&T was the best, Verizon was second, and SouthernLinc was last. SouthernLinc must be extremely conservative with their map.
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    I've gotten basement coverage in plenty of places...

    I've gotten basement coverage in plenty of places even in areas with poor reception to being with. It depends on the building, construction, and phone being used. RF depends on a lot of things....
  6. Some of their isolated islands of coverage from a...

    Some of their isolated islands of coverage from a single site do kinda look like a paintball!
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    Meters are often labelled although maybe not for...

    Meters are often labelled although maybe not for a single tenant. Another clue is that Sprint and T-Mobile usually use outdoor cabinets where AT&T and Verizon usually use enclosed huts, but that's...
  8. They all lie, but some more than others. Verizon...

    They all lie, but some more than others. Verizon used to lie the most, now they lie the least. T-Mobile takes the cake for crayoning the map, although Sprint is deceptive in that they show roaming...
  9. A nerve? I just want to hear these crazy...

    A nerve? I just want to hear these crazy conspiracy theories. It's entertaining.
  10. You're accusing me of being a Sprint fanboy?...

    You're accusing me of being a Sprint fanboy? :D:D:D I mean I had them for a year, and it was great for me in that year, but seriously, they kinda suck as a carrier, they're just cheap.
  11. I'm a Boston Red Sox Fan, but why do you think...

    I'm a Boston Red Sox Fan, but why do you think I'm BiggAW/GSMinCT/Shoreliner/LTEAdvanced?
  12. Well adding sites to densify 2.5 is going to be a...

    Well adding sites to densify 2.5 is going to be a heck of a lot cheaper and easier than putting up small cells all over the place to make mmWave work or densify sufficiently for Verizon's sub-6...
  13. For the "standard" UDP 4-line plan: Verizon:...

    For the "standard" UDP 4-line plan:

    Verizon: $180/mo
    AT&T: $160/mo or $190/mo
    T-Mobile:$160/mo (including taxes)
    Sprint: $140/mo

    Part of the challenge is comparing plans, as they each have...
  14. So according to your logic, 28ghz is going to...

    So according to your logic, 28ghz is going to have better coverage than 2500mhz? Where do you come up with this garbage? :confused::confused::confused:



    You should try reading posts before...
  15. Just to add to the fact that Sprint and USCC are...

    Just to add to the fact that Sprint and USCC are exact opposites, USCC has a lot in common with a C-Spire or an LTEiRA partner network, just scaled way up to multiple regions of the US. They have...
  16. T-Mobile is priced a bit below Verizon and AT&T...

    T-Mobile is priced a bit below Verizon and AT&T at face value, then then adding on the international pricing (even with full-speed passes) and taxes and fees, and the gap is quite significant.


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  17. Someone will buy Sprint when it's value drops...

    Someone will buy Sprint when it's value drops further and debt is restructured. DISH doesn't have a network, and Charlie Ergen has the worst possible track record with building out wireless networks....
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    Is Pioneer still building the network? To be...

    Is Pioneer still building the network? To be fair, Verizon's own maps are wrong. They show Prepaid as having more coverage than postpaid which is clearly not right.



    I wonder about how they are...
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    The question is whether they are actually...

    The question is whether they are actually connecting in every town, or making big chains of microwave.
  20. Luckily someone gets it. WRONG. USCC is...

    Luckily someone gets it.



    WRONG. USCC is only licensed in a handful of markets, they have ZERO presence outside of those markets. Sprint has a presence in every single major metro market in the...
  21. They're not a nationwide carrier. They...

    They're not a nationwide carrier.



    They also do fixed wireless internet and roaming. I'm not sure what you're trying to argue. I was never arguing that they are a big player nationwide, only...
  22. Is it New Mexico or Arizona that's a disaster on...

    Is it New Mexico or Arizona that's a disaster on AT&T? It really depends on the market, but in general, nationwide, AT&T has much better coverage. With a T-Mobile branded phone on a T-Mobile postpaid...
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    Old, but interesting. My sense is that the...

    Old, but interesting. My sense is that the majority of towers will end up with fiber, especially on Verizon with OneFiber, but there will always be some areas where it's just not practical. In that...
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    Either one, although if you have more RF capacity...

    Either one, although if you have more RF capacity than backhaul available, at least one sector can use all the backhaul in an event type of situation.
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    Yeah, I'm wondering because every MVNO clearly...

    Yeah, I'm wondering because every MVNO clearly shows no coverage in the 21 carriers that comprise the LTEiRA areas.
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