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  1. I got a good deal on this OP 8, so i grabbed it....

    I got a good deal on this OP 8, so i grabbed it. otherwise, i'm fine where I am.

    I can say though the 600MHz chunk of 5G *right now* before it's hammered in the fall has helped a ton around...
  2. what? I'm sure there was a cohesive thought...

    what? I'm sure there was a cohesive thought there.. but it was not typed out as such. I'm sure it was a jab at the iPhone?

    The thing is.. the iPhone will be what makes/breaks the 5G launch....
  3. Well, yes and no. the iPhones having 5G,...

    Well, yes and no.

    the iPhones having 5G, midrange phones being 5G, etc.. as people upgrade over the next 1-2yrs, more usage will be shifted from LTE -> 5G, in theory clearing up space on LTE.

    I...
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    I have not have had "issues" per se, but there's...

    I have not have had "issues" per se, but there's a large noticeable difference.. especially on the fringe of my WiFi network.

    I can imagine if someone is running a single-router setup like most...
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    As an iPhone die hard, I will admit the wifi...

    As an iPhone die hard, I will admit the wifi antenna on the iPhone (I've got an 11 Pro max) is noticeably worse than my Note 9 and OnePlus8. I assume they also used the Intel radio to handle the wifi...
  6. Sprint’s core was trash, and not anything...

    Sprint’s core was trash, and not anything standard (the reason they did not do VoLTE for so long)... it’s not worth the cost/effort to enable it for T-Mobile customers to just take it down in a few...
  7. Verizon is probably the only carrier I've not...

    Verizon is probably the only carrier I've not really had issues with in Cali.

    But as someone who's dealt with permitting and NIMBY I'm not surprised. Verizon just throws money at the the problem...
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    My OnePlus 8 also shows LTE when using...

    My OnePlus 8 also shows LTE when using SignalCheck Pro, the 3rd party apps are just not properly updated yet..

    As far as I know the only one that works properly requires root as well, I know I’m...
  9. Do your software update today, it’s live (I’m...

    Do your software update today, it’s live (I’m using standalone on OnePlus 8).

    I just tried it in San Jose at the airport, but the 600MHz 5G is not that great there (I assume due to permitting - as...
  10. Yeah, once your site is modernized and it’s all...

    Yeah, once your site is modernized and it’s all tied together... n71, n66, n2, n41 would even suffice for home internet as that would be a few Gbps, especially if they set the home ISP to be...
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    Nope. You can buy them from eBay for a few bucks...

    Nope. You can buy them from eBay for a few bucks though and use that when activating if you can wait a few days.
  12. T-Mobile 2.5GHz will be plenty to offer the home...

    T-Mobile 2.5GHz will be plenty to offer the home internet service, and mmWave would be a good add on for more congested areas - but it’s penetration characteristics will not make it overly important...
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    I mean, as far as AT&T roaming, they do not have...

    I mean, as far as AT&T roaming, they do not have to “honor” anything, they can pull that at anytime. It’s just a network use rate agreement from AT&T at best, and AT&T I’m sure would be happy to get...
  14. I mean it would be a good supplement if they're...

    I mean it would be a good supplement if they're allowed to get it. I'm sure Verizon out of desperation will throw boatloads of cash at CBRS, but with it essentially 70-120MHz that's gonna be broken...
  15. I mean 2.5GHz 5G will give them the low latency,...

    I mean 2.5GHz 5G will give them the low latency, and several hundred Mbps throughput.. they will only need mmWave in super dense areas and places like stadiums, airports, etc. it’s not such a big...
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    Been great for me, and I travel all over the...

    Been great for me, and I travel all over the country by plane for work

    You sure you had a phone with all the proper bands? As my speeds are usually faster than Verizon... and I can stream at more...
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    Chicago: n41 5G locations?

    I’ve got a OnePlus 8 5G I’ve been playing with, and the 5G has been pretty consistent (other than around navy pier/grant park where it’s essentially useless on/around lakeshore drive)

    Anyone know...
  18. What phone? Are you sure the APN settings on your...

    What phone? Are you sure the APN settings on your end are not just wonk?
  19. I mean, it’s just how Sprint has it configured....

    I mean, it’s just how Sprint has it configured. B41 can do higher uploads on LTE.. but 99% of people need more download.. so that’s the config they went with.

    I’m sure T-Mobile will do a slightly...
  20. Pot, meet kettle. You are just as bad in...

    Pot, meet kettle.

    You are just as bad in reverse.. and facts do happen to be correct there.. there’s a reason why Verizon’s 5G map only shows street level coverage. It may be faster *when* you can...
  21. So it's been a while since I have had an Android...

    So it's been a while since I have had an Android phone and am curious what the name of that network info app is? I still have signal check pro from forever ago, but it does not work amazing on my...
  22. I do A LOT more with my phone than I did back...

    I do A LOT more with my phone than I did back then with my garbage Windows Mobile device. And really other than business apps, there was not much to do on Windows Mobile, or even PalmOS for that...
  23. From what I’ve seen so far, it even handles...

    From what I’ve seen so far, it even handles congestion better as well.. so yes it will transform your handset as well.

    I also remember us having this discussion about HSPA to LTE, and now look.....
  24. when you have the same amount of midband 2.5GHz...

    when you have the same amount of midband 2.5GHz holdings that Verizon has on average for it’s entire network low AND midband network across the us, as well as some 600/700 already dedicated to LTE...
  25. Oh it’s not even close to AT&Ts half *** 3G...

    Oh it’s not even close to AT&Ts half *** 3G rollout. Literally any other city I've used it in except LA, or really any Cali city in general it’s been reasonably available. When I flew into the Bay...
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