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    2.5GHz 5G (n41) expands to 81 new cities

    https://www.tmonews.com/2020/09/t-mo...ies-across-us/

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    In Maryland, it only has one town listed (Towson) and thus this 5G signal that always show on my phone then is the low band 600 megahwerz 5G which is no different from 4G

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    Quote Originally Posted by THoAddict01 View Post
    https://www.tmonews.com/2020/09/t-mo...ies-across-us/

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    This is great news!

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    I still have to drive 300 miles to find any example.
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    Quote Originally Posted by DRNewcomb View Post
    I still have to drive 300 miles to find any example.
    Maybe hold off on buying that shiny new 5G phone, then, huh?




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    I won't be interested in a 5G phone until NSA 5G is gone and the entire network is SA, they're using VoNR, and 2.5GHz is widely rolled out.

    Most of the impressive speeds people are seeing on 600MHz are just NSA 5G where it's being aggregated together with LTE.

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    Quote Originally Posted by elecconnec View Post
    Maybe hold off on buying that shiny new 5G phone, then, huh?
    When we replace the wife's aging Nexus 5X. it will be with a 5G phone but we're not going to spend big bucks for 5G.

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