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    LTE has different categories it will operate at...

    LTE has different categories it will operate at (usually the cheaper the radio, the lower category of LTE)

    https://www.cablefree.net/wirelesstechnology/4glte/lte-ue-category-class-definitions/
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    I've never had a problem I just made note of...

    I've never had a problem

    I just made note of what I said as people like my cousin had gotten an old grandfathered unlimited data plan, stuck the sim in a Netgear router and used it as his home ISP...
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    It's VoLTE.. just like home. Verizon just...

    It's VoLTE.. just like home.

    Verizon just marked it "Extended" because of the people signing out out of market - Verizon proper is much cheaper than Bluegrass, and Verizon had to do some "house...
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    Probably a better "category" of LTE. Cheap...

    Probably a better "category" of LTE. Cheap android phones tend to perform worse than iPhones, even older ones (in my experience). My Samsung Note 9 is considerably worse than my iPhone 11 on a...
  5. Which is complete BS, as that's why there are...

    Which is complete BS, as that's why there are priority levels on the network. They just do not want to need to compete for the same customers, as with reasonable roaming rates provided... the prices...
  6. Well, along with HD Voice.. roaming would be...

    Well, along with HD Voice.. roaming would be fantastic.

    I remember back in the day being able to pay the original AT&T Wireless a few extra bucks a month for the ability to roam on any network.....
  7. This is exactly what it comes down too. Until the...

    This is exactly what it comes down too. Until the FCC or some governing body steps in and forces a standard. Verizon especially out of their own interests will never do it until they have too.
  8. I'm not disagreeing with you. There just tends to...

    I'm not disagreeing with you. There just tends to be a few certain people in this forum who just like to bend info however they want to see it.

    Also, since it's mostly a software defined radio...
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    The S7 is actually what made me go back to...

    The S7 is actually what made me go back to iPhone. I Absolutely loved my S4 and S6, it was fine (a bit laggy compared to my S6) on it's initial software but took a complete nosedive after a single...
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    But for these flip phone only plans, you're...

    But for these flip phone only plans, you're better off on prepaid.

    $15 unlimited talk/text/2GB of data on AT&T or T-Mobile would serve him better, and he can just set it to autopay and never need...
  11. Which means, it's perfect to be dedicated to LTE,...

    Which means, it's perfect to be dedicated to LTE, and just throw *all* of B71 into 5G.. which i'm sure was the plan all along (and most T-Mobile users are used to not using B71 for LTE anyway)
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  12. I'm really hoping T-Mobile keeps a lot of these...

    I'm really hoping T-Mobile keeps a lot of these small Sprint cells. I've left my line on the Sprint side of things as in metro areas, Sprint definitely tends to have more coverage than T-Mobile in...
  13. Nobody said 3G was profitable, so please.. go...

    Nobody said 3G was profitable, so please.. go back and re-read my posts ;)

    I said 200kHz in useless space anyway is profitable, as they're making money on space they'd otherwise be unable to use...
  14. I mean if it's just an island in between two...

    I mean if it's just an island in between two areas with coverage currently, it's possible they'll fill it in with at least a B12/B71 site to give *something*. I've noticed in rural Ohio they've been...
  15. Yeah, we will see, i'm not sure if it's really...

    Yeah, we will see, i'm not sure if it's really "lucrative" but I can imagine them keeping the service area the "same" for 40k IoT devices is still just lucrative enough to justify it. Regardless,...
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    These have been between a few different...

    These have been between a few different cities/states this week as i've been traveling around.

    https://i.postimg.cc/RhZ0JK14/1-A45-C38-F-027-C-4105-8360-93-C621273-EAD.png
  17. Yeah, but he's saying 4yr old phones - ones with...

    Yeah, but he's saying 4yr old phones - ones with Lithium Ion batteries.. as i've not seen a phone use NiMH batteries since Symbian was still popular, and early Symbian at that.
  18. That's exactly what I mean, they do not need...

    That's exactly what I mean, they do not need 600MHz for ANY LTE once this is going. 700MHz 5x5 can handle the remaining low band LTE needs without DSS. Verizon on the other hand will have to use DSS...
  19. What you want, and how the world works are two...

    What you want, and how the world works are two different things, and if you have phones that recent not booting, then you're simply not taking care of them.

    I've got phones here that I assume are...
  20. A solid 35MHz chunk is gonna do A LOT more than...

    A solid 35MHz chunk is gonna do A LOT more than 10x10 on 700, and 12.5x12.5 on 850, in the simple fact that it's a single, cohesive channel. T-Mobile will also have that tiny 10Mhz block in 700MHz to...
  21. for 200khz of GSM, no.. and one single GSM card...

    for 200khz of GSM, no.. and one single GSM card is not going to be a huge power drain.

    At this point, it could be software defined radio anyway, since they went RRU, that would just be emulated by...
  22. I agree, but with software defined radios, and...

    I agree, but with software defined radios, and using what's "useless" spectrum anyway.. there's no harm in leaving that up and going.. and really for those devices only sending a few MB/mo, it's free...
  23. 200kHz in a guardband is not going to do...

    200kHz in a guardband is not going to do *anything* for 5G (they cannot use the space for 3G/4G/5G), and leaving a few GSM channels does bring them money from spectrum they'd otherwise make *nothing*...
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    "Can a Sprint Sim be inserted into an unlocked...

    "Can a Sprint Sim be inserted into an unlocked GSM only phone, i.e unlocked T-Mobile or ATT? Than placed back into (the original) sprint device or will it mess up the CDMA provisioning?"

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  25. Thing is, they do not have enough B5/B13 to do...

    Thing is, they do not have enough B5/B13 to do anything meaningful, and not to mention their puny midband holdings.

    T-Mobile finally go an upperhand in the radio config. This is going to be VERY...
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