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    IMO, it makes a lot of sense because the...

    IMO, it makes a lot of sense because the technology is slower at small FDD bandwidths, but when so few customers are accessing it it performs slightly better. By the time most people have handsets...
  2. If FierceWireless is to be believed, the S20...

    If FierceWireless is to be believed, the S20 supports SA and DSS. Network slicing doesn't have anything to do with the phone.
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    In the US AT&T scooped up this license from...

    In the US AT&T scooped up this license from Nextwave, Sprint, Comcast, and others. Nobody else holds licenses for it, as there’s only 30 MHz in the band, 20 MHz deployable. This became their 10x10...
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    14+66+66+2 at home this morning: ...

    14+66+66+2 at home this morning:

    https://i.imgur.com/VMg79ws.png


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  5. Nothing about this merger is for competition for...

    Nothing about this merger is for competition for him. It’s about “my team is better than your team”...


    Let whatever company pick up what they want. T-Mobile will have 160-200 MHz of BRS spectrum...
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    Outside of Essentia Hospital, facing the...

    Outside of Essentia Hospital, facing the Tri-towers macro. 30+4+2+5.

    https://i.imgur.com/6kgcPlp.png


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  7. Peak speeds translate to capacity. Enjoy those...

    Peak speeds translate to capacity. Enjoy those 5/10 MHz channels while nobody is on them. They will saturate faster than the LTE networks we have today with the launch of the S20 and the 2020 5G...
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    Is Verizon really in the wrong for selling...

    Is Verizon really in the wrong for selling Gigabits of capacity, unlikely to be saturated in the near-medium term, to companies willing to pay for it?

    Also, don't understand why you're so pressed...
  9. All T-Mobile 5G rollouts have been 10x10 where...

    All T-Mobile 5G rollouts have been 10x10 where spectrum licenses allow. They’ve shaved 5x5 for LTE, not NR.





    No.
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    AMR 12.2 is a standard phone call, like one you’d...

    AMR 12.2 is a standard phone call, like one you’d make to a Sprint or T-Mobile customer, at least if the connection isn’t clear. AMR-WB 12.65 is a typical HD call, and EVS is the new HD codec,...
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    Going through your logs in analytics. Sent...

    Going through your logs in analytics.


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    Yes, it’s a physics limitation. Sent from my...

    Yes, it’s a physics limitation.


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  13. This thread gave me a laugh. Thanks. Sent...

    This thread gave me a laugh. Thanks.


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    The difference in wavelength becomes so minute...

    The difference in wavelength becomes so minute that the coverage/reliability difference is pretty much non existent. The difference between 700 and 850 MHz in terms of wavelength is 7 cm. 1900 and...
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    Statista claims 153 million, not sure on the...

    Statista claims 153 million, not sure on the validity of those claims. Also, am I not allowed to count wireline and TV subs?


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    Damn, a company with hundreds of millions of...

    Damn, a company with hundreds of millions of subscribers is getting away with illegal charges and nobody is batting an eye? Do tell how they’re getting away with this. A law or policy from the...
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    Both AT&T and T-Mobile have “both kinds of 5G”...

    Both AT&T and T-Mobile have “both kinds of 5G” active today.


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  18. Didn’t know that. Is it cross carrier or...

    Didn’t know that. Is it cross carrier or AT&T-AT&T only?


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    165196 $5.20 in taxes & fees for me. Sent...

    165196

    $5.20 in taxes & fees for me.


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  20. RootMetrics: Verizon's 4G Is Faster Than T-Mobile's 5G

    https://www.lightreading.com/mobile/5g/rootmetrics-verizons-4g-is-faster-than-t-mobiles-5g/d/d-id/757111

    15-20% faster speeds on T-Mobile 5G can’t keep up with Verizon 4G. Thought this was...
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    This one was in Dyer, IN. 165102 Sent...

    This one was in Dyer, IN.

    165102


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  22. https://www.androidguys.com/news/the-lg-g6-thinq-r...

    https://www.androidguys.com/news/the-lg-g6-thinq-reborn/

    The LG G6 ThinQ does technically exist.
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    No press releases about it and I stopped using...

    No press releases about it and I stopped using android in 2017. So who knows what will happen first, a press release or a 5G iPhone. They do have the best network in the area though, 5G aside. Blows...
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    Drove from Duluth to Milwaukee through Eau...

    Drove from Duluth to Milwaukee through Eau Claire, the Dells, and Madison. No troubles at all, pretty solid LTE coverage the entire drive, except shortly after Eau Claire heading SW. A far cry in...
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    I can assure you T-Mobile is a strong competitor...

    I can assure you T-Mobile is a strong competitor in most of MN. Highways are well covered, as is the metro. Maybe not in my neck of the woods, but then again Verizon isn’t much better. Most users...
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