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    Plans I suspect that, just like in the US T-Mobile...

    I suspect that, just like in the US T-Mobile roaming on AT&T has limits of use.
    If I was to purchase a Rogers unlimited and used ~30GB/month on Bell... I suspect that it would not end well.
  2. During a second trip... Some of The areas in the...

    During a second trip... Some of The areas in the central valley don't appear to be running CA.. Typically on CA 46. I get b4 20x20 and b2 15x15, but will never show CA, and will max at 35Mbps....
  3. Depends on where you are... And how poor the...

    Depends on where you are... And how poor the signal is, as well as how many other cells are around to hand off to. The last time that I had issues was when TMobile was adding band 2 to sites, and...
  4. The article misses on a lot of points, but makes...

    The article misses on a lot of points, but makes a few - specifically on coverage/capacity.
    1. Sprint literally has nowhere to go but either merge with someone (T-Mobile, Dish, someone else) or go...
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    Plans Rogers will also need to build out its rural...

    Rogers will also need to build out its rural areas 'somewhat' if it wants to grow. The urban area is the 'low fruit hanging from the tree', but rural markets end up being 'what works or doesn't'.
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    Plans The unlimited plans are effectively a 'pay more...

    The unlimited plans are effectively a 'pay more for more', as there has been little incentive to _really_ go mobile for everything in Canada.
    It was not to different ~10 years ago in the US either....
  7. Yup.... Pretty much need to 'let the market do...

    Yup.... Pretty much need to 'let the market do its job'. Propping up one at the expense of others (and taxpayers) it typically just kicking the can down the road. Business is business - if it can't...
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    Some of that service / loss of signal is more...

    Some of that service / loss of signal is more likely due to Apple and its overall antenna / lack of 4x4 MIMO than Intel chip vs. Qualcomm chip. Having both - AND - testing iPhone 7 / LG G6 (both...
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    Much of this is more of that actual manufacturing...

    Much of this is more of that actual manufacturing of the device/antenna than the chipset or OS.
    I have an iPhone 8 on AT&T, and I've hit close to 300Mbps in Woodland Hills, CA. Similarly, on my LG...
  10. SoCal road trip Valenia->Solvang->Cambria->Paso Robles->Valencia

    CA126 mostly usable service. Fillmore is in need of capacity. B4 20x20, B2 15x15, B12 5x5 yet only 5Mbps.

    US101 - picks up B71in Ventura/Carpenteria . Decent speed, but nothing extraordinary...
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    Yes. At&t was non existent until the purchased...

    Yes. At&t was non existent until the purchased cell one slo

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    Service in Cambria is a mixed bag. Service is...

    Service in Cambria is a mixed bag. Service is excellent for a few blocks downtown. 1 mile away it is "No Service"

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    Best to check the overall signal and band being...

    Best to check the overall signal and band being reported by both devices. One may be camping on band 12 while the other may be on band 4 or 2. I don't typically have this issue, but devices can be...
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    Dencent speeds in Solvang 130-160Mbps. Lompoc is...

    Dencent speeds in Solvang 130-160Mbps. Lompoc is horrible. 1 Mbps

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  15. Almost all LG G series should use a similar code...

    Almost all LG G series should use a similar code (model specific) *#546368#*(model #)# e.g. *#546368#*710# for TMobile G7.


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    Plans Hah. TMobile down here gives me 50GB at full...

    Hah. TMobile down here gives me 50GB at full speed, 3GB of tethering, Netflix, unlimited voice/data/sms included serivce in Canada and Mexico, and slow data + sms in +100 countries. Of course $50US...
  17. LG G6 and LG G7 (probably 8 as well) allows band...

    LG G6 and LG G7 (probably 8 as well) allows band selection up to band 41. No rooting required.
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    The design (paint) goes with the same style that...

    The design (paint) goes with the same style that is used around L.A. area. Many of their small(er) sites are all painted that brown shade.
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    I agree. You could also try: a) Your phone...

    I agree.
    You could also try:
    a) Your phone (check for signal with your carrier(s)
    b) Cellmapper.net (has anyone logged it yet?)
    c) Local town/city planning dept.
  20. T-Mobile doesn't need to have much more than 5MHz...

    T-Mobile doesn't need to have much more than 5MHz of band 12 in most areas that it does have it.
    Network management typically ends up camping your signal on what is 'best' for the network in...
  21. Much of your statement assumes that most devices...

    Much of your statement assumes that most devices don't have carrier aggregation, and B12 is 5MHz in all areas with nothing else.
    In 'some' rural areas such as Northern Michigan, AWS and B12 (as well...
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    That's one thing that you won't currently find in...

    That's one thing that you won't currently find in Canada. VoLTE with Bell/Telus/Rogers. I did hit +200Mbps on Bell and +100Mbps on Rogers though.
  23. That area between 188 and 202 is pretty much...

    That area between 188 and 202 is pretty much 'AT&T roaming' just like in the UP - between mile 366 and 351. If you see T-Mobile's own maps - around Sterling / I-75 (mile 195) it pretty much shows...
  24. Technically... I roam on just about any carrier...

    Technically... I roam on just about any carrier in Canada with my T-Mobile service.
    By default it picks Bell or Telus, and is typically pretty hard to force it onto Rogers.
    I did retry this test...
  25. Rogers hasn't done much for cell sites IMHO. ...

    Rogers hasn't done much for cell sites IMHO. Areas of Northern Ontario are still few/far between, while Bell/Telus have been building up.
    In urban (even relatively small towns), Bellus has put in...
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