Search:

Type: Posts; User: formercanuck

Search: Search took 0.01 seconds.

  1. interesting. I know where I currently am , it's...

    interesting. I know where I currently am , it's pcs 15x15 + aws 20x20 + b12 5x5, b71 10x10, n71 15x15 and tdd b41 2ca 20MHZ, n41 100MHz + 40MHz. as well as another 5MHZ of pcs still on 2g/3g
    ...
  2. is it not contiguous? I know down here in...

    is it not contiguous? I know down here in California 10MHZ is b71, and 15MHZ is n71. I suspect it's not a contiguous block where I am, and doesn't aggregate

    Sent from my SM-G991U using HoFo...
  3. Having a ton of 600MHz isn't a bad thing for more...

    Having a ton of 600MHz isn't a bad thing for more rural and even some suburban areas, but it doesn't help much in the urban jungle.
    Down south of the border, I have T-Mobile, which has deployed B2...
  4. I don't think they 'need' more sites than Rogers,...

    I don't think they 'need' more sites than Rogers, especially in rural areas, but I do think that they have a plan to make better use of all the sites than Rogers does.
    - Home Internet + Replace POTS...
  5. lower bands typically have issues obtaining...

    lower bands typically have issues obtaining higher overall speeds with at best 2x2 mimo, while pcs/aws bands get 4x4. From my personal experience, b71 10x10 is good for about 70Mbps in ideal...
  6. just as a note... coverage out east on NB, PE and...

    just as a note... coverage out east on NB, PE and NS for Bellus and Rogers as well as lte speeds were similar. I had an At&t => Rogers and a TMobile => Bellus.

    Sent from my SM-G991U using HoFo...
  7. If I was between Manitoba and Sault Ste. Marie...

    If I was between Manitoba and Sault Ste. Marie ... I'd say Rogers.
    If I was in Newfoundland, Bellus.
    I'll see what roaming (T-Mobile service) lets me use in New Brunswick and Nova Scotia this...
Results 1 to 7 of 7