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  1. Doubt it as T-Mobile has always been cheaper than...

    Doubt it as T-Mobile has always been cheaper than Verizon. However, Verizon continues to amass over double the customer base and continues to add higher ARPU generating users. Verizon also continues...
  2. I pretty much have all of the other services too,...

    I pretty much have all of the other services too, so there is no one else left “to switch” to or utilize.

    Granted, by actually utilizing the other carries, I have legitimate opinions about...
  3. I don’t see any name calling. As per the oxford...

    I don’t see any name calling. As per the oxford dictionary, Fanboy is an description of an obsessive individual.
  4. Evidently, the 300,000,000 users who are not with...

    Evidently, the 300,000,000 users who are not with T-Mobile USA have indeed defined what is the best service. It certainly isn’t dropping to 2G outside Metro areas; it certainly isn’t never being...
  5. Here is a pure native map with zero roaming. ...

    Here is a pure native map with zero roaming.

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  6. You mean like T-Mobile, who claims to have...

    You mean like T-Mobile, who claims to have “nationwide 4G”, however, literally 100 feet out of the wealthiest Metro areas on the entire North American continent (DC), a user drops to 2G all the way...
  7. It’s ironic that you bring up roaming, as without...

    It’s ironic that you bring up roaming, as without it, both Sprint and T-Mobile would not exist today. Both AT&T and Verizon have XX fold the native coverage of Tmobile. Heck, they probably have a...
  8. You mean like the native coverage Maps posted...

    You mean like the native coverage Maps posted again and again, that Fanboys of these distant 3rd and 4th place carriers deny?
  9. Actually, roaming is marked as a lighter shade of...

    Actually, roaming is marked as a lighter shade of orange. The slashes mean that you need a 3G handset. They have nationwide 3G after all.

    Next.
  10. Actually, slashes mean that you need a 3G handset.

    Actually, slashes mean that you need a 3G handset.
  11. It’s called a discussion, you may want to try to...

    It’s called a discussion, you may want to try to engage in one sometime, as this is how forums work. That is, instead of wash rinse and repeat verbatim talking points in every single thread.
  12. So T-Mobile has what 285 million POPs to date,...

    So T-Mobile has what 285 million POPs to date, but lets see how their actual network coverage footprint stands versus AT&T:

    AT&T Coverage
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    T-Mobile Coverage
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    As stated numerous times to you, everyone is...

    As stated numerous times to you, everyone is gaining customers. Therefore, the point is moot.



    Was this like they were supposed to overtake Sprint by the end of 2014. I’ll believe it when I...
  14. I think you may want to head to the thread under...

    I think you may want to head to the thread under AT&T which discusses coverage. To even my surprise, at&t now has the largest coverage footprint. T-Mobile would need to build out 100 fold to match...
  15. Considering that AT&T and Verizon have 4.4 times...

    Considering that AT&T and Verizon have 4.4 times the consumer base of T-Mobile - 240 million vs 55 million, the consumer does the talking for me.

    The average Joe consumer does not know what the...
  16. When it comes to HSPA vs LTE at the same AWS...

    When it comes to HSPA vs LTE at the same AWS freq, the LTE should have better performance than HSPA. That said, the equipment and optimization is not as mature as HSPA.

    What you also might be...
  17. I don’t even know if it’s a backup, as the...

    I don’t even know if it’s a backup, as the majority of my Note 4 calls are now routed via B12.
  18. As stated, consumers don’t care what metric the...

    As stated, consumers don’t care what metric the US carriers and industry utilize, we want to know their actual sq miles of LTE coverage.

    On point, the reality is that T-Mobile is ranked dead last...
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    Yes, you have told us many times about your...

    Yes, you have told us many times about your personal needs and quite frankly nobody cares about them.



    For starters, they only own a fraction of the Band 12 nationwide. Not to mention, a large...
  20. Very insightful POV.

    Very insightful POV.
  21. I thought T-Mobile was all about going uncarrier....

    I thought T-Mobile was all about going uncarrier.

    Look, I like what T-Mobile is doing but seeing them and fanboys talk up coverage versus at&T and Verizon is like a child saying he can beat up...
  22. Cricket is already cheaper than T-mobile, so...

    Cricket is already cheaper than T-mobile, so their goes the value angle, and they utilize a network XX fold larger than T-Mobile’s 3G/4G.
  23. Actually, the point was to illustrate that POPs...

    Actually, the point was to illustrate that POPs doesn’t mean actual square coverage. T-Mobile’s native network isn’t even a fraction of AT&T or Verizon. They could claim to cover all 320 million POPs...
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    Indeed, Indeed. Unfortunately, as the coverage...

    Indeed, Indeed. Unfortunately, as the coverage maps illustrates above, T-Mobile needs a good 50 fold network build out to ‘match’ Verizon’s LTE network, per sq miles, let alone their 3G footprint....
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    Here is some actual facts to support your...

    Here is some actual facts to support your argument.

    T-Mobile Network - 2G|3G|LTE
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    Verizon LTE
    120788
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