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    Quote Originally Posted by Danny4G View Post
    Just like my experience in Irvine, I was in the city of Orange yesterday. LTE download speed performance was slow as was web browsing with time outs. .
    I thought you referring to HSPA+ on the other post mentioning your poor experience on AT&T off Jamboree, but in any case HSPA+ is no better in Irvine.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ilvla2 View Post
    Congrats Canuck! I'll love it more though when those valleys are The Ukiah, Redwood, Little Lake (Willits) and the Northern Sacramento Valleys Sonoma and Lake County will be nice too
    Its not here yet... from any carrier actually, and I'll believe it when I see it.
    AT&T did change panels in late August at I-5 and Magic Mountain Pwky as well as I-5 Weldon Canyon (Newhall Pass). I haven't seen anything off of the freeways though.
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    When I was on I-5 last year south of Magic Mountian, service was bouncing all over the place 2g-3g/ SOS mode. Hope its better when I head back there soon.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Nucleartx View Post
    When I was on I-5 last year south of Magic Mountian, service was bouncing all over the place 2g-3g/ SOS mode. Hope its better when I head back there soon.
    I don't know where you were, but I-5 has been good for quite a few years. I haven't hit 2G or SOS unless I go to the back end of Stevenson's Ranch or far into the canyons.

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    Sorry that the outer L.A. burbs haven't seen any LTE love. But just to rub it in, the LTE in the Sacramento market just screams. I am seeing 60-70mb downloads.

    And it covers a pretty large area: just outside Dixon all the way to Meadow Vista in the foothills (farther than Verizon).

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    Quote Originally Posted by formercanuck View Post
    I don't know where you were, but I-5 has been good for quite a few years. I haven't hit 2G or SOS unless I go to the back end of Stevenson's Ranch or far into the canyons.
    GPS

    34.348804,-118.538148

    I remember sitting in traffic, like usual, and not being able to play on my phone in this spot.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Nucleartx View Post
    GPS

    34.348804,-118.538148

    I remember sitting in traffic, like usual, and not being able to play on my phone in this spot.
    Interesting... that area has a site very close, and I've hit better than 10Mbps typically

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    Quote Originally Posted by kilovolt View Post
    Sorry that the outer L.A. burbs haven't seen any LTE love. But just to rub it in, the LTE in the Sacramento market just screams. I am seeing 60-70mb downloads.

    And it covers a pretty large area: just outside Dixon all the way to Meadow Vista in the foothills (farther than Verizon).
    L.A. users can only peak at about 37mbps due to half the amount of spectrum that AT&T has in that market when comparing to Sacramento. L.A. users are already feeling the pain using that LTE lol.
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    Quote Originally Posted by milan03 View Post
    L.A. users can only peak at about 37mbps due to half the amount of spectrum that AT&T has in that market when comparing to Sacramento. L.A. users are already feeling the pain using that LTE lol.
    To me speed tests don't meant anything.

    Is AT&T LTE usable? Can a person perform normal everyday stuff?

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    They can ONLY peak at 37 Mbps? Gee, how terrible for them

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    lol. If they can throw a 5x5 LTE carrier on AWS then really that is the same amount of capacity....

    EDIT: According to this FCC license here:

    http://wireless2.fcc.gov/UlsApp/UlsS...licKey=2862653

    AT&T has 20mhz of AWS (10 + 10) in addition to their 12mhz (6 + 6) of 700Mhz so AT&T has potential for a lot of LTE capacity in Los Angeles county.
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    Quote Originally Posted by milan03 View Post
    L.A. users can only peak at about 37mbps due to half the amount of spectrum that AT&T has in that market when comparing to Sacramento. L.A. users are already feeling the pain using that LTE lol.
    I'm thinking about switching to AT&T in Los Angeles. Are you saying that there are issues with AT&T LTE in southern California due to spectrum constraints already?

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    Quote Originally Posted by thematch View Post
    I'm thinking about switching to AT&T in Los Angeles. Are you saying that there are issues with AT&T LTE in southern California due to spectrum constraints already?
    At this time LTE is only deployed on 700mhz which is only half of the capacity VZW has. However they are not constrained in the future as they can deploy a 10 + 10 carrier on AWS which all of their UEs support. And further down the line they can make use of an additional 5mhz on 700mhz with LTE-Advanced carrier aggregation.

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    Quote Originally Posted by thematch View Post
    I'm thinking about switching to AT&T in Los Angeles. Are you saying that there are issues with AT&T LTE in southern California due to spectrum constraints already?
    I guess it really depends on 'where' you are using LTE. If you're not in an LTE area, you'll be using HSPA+, which works really where, IMHO. If you're in an area that they're building LTE, it may or may not be as good as you'd expect due to capacity or even having not all sites built out. I don't know how much better an iPhone will be outside of Skype / Facebook streaming.

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