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    Firstnet wearable LTE question

    Does anyone know if the Apple Watch LTE (any series) would get priority and preemption like a phone with the black SIM when using number sync?

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    that is an interesting thought/question. Does apple watch carry all the same radios as an iPhone?
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    Quote Originally Posted by P1Rut View Post
    Does anyone know if the Apple Watch LTE (any series) would get priority and preemption like a phone with the black SIM when using number sync?
    idk but S must really hit the fan if I'm using my watch for FirstNet related activities

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    I can see that it doesn’t have band 14 access. I logged in to my Firstnet account and it showed this.


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    For those interested in having multiple devices on FN, I just got this from my rep:

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    Pretty darn good deal... may end up switching my personal phone from VZW back to a subscriber-paid line.

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    Why are they restricting MA? Perhaps the restriction is only for agency paid in MA rather than sub paid

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    Quote Originally Posted by ymarker View Post
    Why are they restricting MA? Perhaps the restriction is only for agency paid in MA rather than sub paid
    I could be wrong -- but from what I understand, in Massachusetts, carriers cannot provide special discounts for public servants.

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