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  1. But you shouldn't need to port all 3 lines,...

    But you shouldn't need to port all 3 lines, right? Like you can port only 1 of the lines and keep the other 2 if you want.

    Every port request requires the target phone number, so it should be...
  2. That can't be spam. It's not SMS. It's an...

    That can't be spam. It's not SMS. It's an emergency alert using LTE cell broadcast. Outside parties cannot use it to send messages to phones.
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    Latency depends on a few things. For NSA (SCG...

    Latency depends on a few things. For NSA (SCG bearer), it depends on subcarrier spacing or numerology.

    Larger SCS results in shorter TTI, which reduces latency. Higher frequencies allow for larger...
  4. If it's a true carrier based RCS deployment, it...

    If it's a true carrier based RCS deployment, it might be possible to test. Just disable LTE and you should see MMS requires data in order to work again.

    As far as I know, RCS is only deployed with...
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    Pretty much yeah. To be more precise: 10 MHz 2x2...

    Pretty much yeah. To be more precise: 10 MHz 2x2 NR would be up to 111 Mbps. 15 MHz on LTE would be 149 Mbps.
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    You can use a calculator to find out......

    You can use a calculator to find out...
    https://www.sqimway.com/nr_capability.php

    With 5 MHz, 2x2 MIMO and 256QAM, LTE would give you 49 Mbps, and NR would give you 53 Mbps.
  7. Agree that 3G coverage might be the issue. The...

    Agree that 3G coverage might be the issue. The proper term for voice calls on your dad's phone is CSFB. Try forcing your phone to 3G only (WCDMA) and see what the coverage is like.

    On Samsung...
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    5G is about 10-15% more spectrally efficient than...

    5G is about 10-15% more spectrally efficient than 4G. There's no massive MIMO with FR2 (mmWave), and channel bandwidths are 50, 100, 200, or 400 MHz.

    n78 and n77 will provide noticeable speed...
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    Bell This was the V60. DL speeds are similar to...

    This was the V60. DL speeds are similar to Samsung, but UL is faster due to wider bandwidth for the LTE anchor cell.
  10. For 2G and 3G, IoT devices and regular cellular...

    For 2G and 3G, IoT devices and regular cellular traffic use the same network. For LTE, it's a bit different.

    I would agree with you the timelines appear to be inconsistent. The Mobile Syrup...
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    Bell Another test on Bell with LG. Same result as...

    Another test on Bell with LG. Same result as Telus as posted on the Telus forum.166367
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    Could be many reasons. Antenna height, RRU...

    Could be many reasons. Antenna height, RRU transmit power, power spectral density of each channel, RF receiver sensitivity of your phone, etc.
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    To answer your question, 5G icon only depends on...

    To answer your question, 5G icon only depends on 2 things. Upper layer indicator, which is broadcast by the LTE cell, and DCNR restriction, which is configured on your subscription profile.

    Your...
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    HSPA: I'm not sure if it is a service that is offered...

    I'm not sure if it is a service that is offered to retail customers yet. It appears to be mainly offered to enterprise customers at this time....
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    HSPA: None as far as I know. ENCQOR is an Ericsson...

    None as far as I know. ENCQOR is an Ericsson partnership to get some government funding. There's no real commercial deployment, and no real network. They are targeting IOT device development.

    Not...
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    HSPA: None of the Samsung versions on Canadian...

    None of the Samsung versions on Canadian operators support mmWave.
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    HSPA: Here's a speed test since people are wondering....

    Here's a speed test since people are wondering. Same as LTE, same as Bell. UL is faster because this was on LG, Bell was on Samsung.
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    You can try H2O wireless. They use the AT&T...

    You can try H2O wireless. They use the AT&T network.
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    Your understanding is correct. Emergency calls...

    Your understanding is correct. Emergency calls can only work if another network is available. You don't need to authenticate on the other network, but you still need a usable signal. Most phones will...
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    HSPA: Not much for today's mobile phone users. But in...

    Not much for today's mobile phone users. But in the future, other types of customers can request slices for IOT devices, or low-latency applications, or mobile edge computing applications, or...
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    Bell Good stuff, though not sure why they think you...

    Good stuff, though not sure why they think you need a new SIM. The authentication is all done via LTE. I didn't change my SIM and it works fine. Either way, glad you got it sorted out.
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    Bell That's annoying. I thought they said it would be...

    That's annoying. I thought they said it would be free for a year. Have you tried calling in to ask?
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    HSPA: Absolutely! The most important one will be a year...

    Absolutely! The most important one will be a year from now, which is n78. That will have wide bandwidth (50-100 MHz depending on auction results) and good coverage. n66 is only 10 MHz. About 1 year...
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    HSPA: Same as Bell. It's n66. Pretty much only 3 phones...

    Same as Bell. It's n66. Pretty much only 3 phones supporting right now... Samsung, LG, Motorola.
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    Bell Speed is achieved with dual connectivity of LTE +...

    Speed is achieved with dual connectivity of LTE + NR. About 85% of the speed is from 65 MHz LTE and 15% is from 10 MHz NR. In terms of spectral efficiency, 4G and 5G are similar at the moment.
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