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    Hi question about the LTE ROLLOUT

    I live in Walla Walla zip code 99324 I was searching around google and really
    could not find any info on when the area will be getting LTE.

    Can anyone point me in the right direction? I have Verizon and it seems my phone is roaming
    a lot, and I'm assuming it's on the Sprint network. I travel between walla walla and the Tri- Cities, WA, I'm starting to
    wondering if Sprint actually has the better network out here, even thought Verizon does have 4G here.

    Thanks for any help.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Stitch Jones View Post
    I live in Walla Walla zip code 99324 I was searching around google and really
    could not find any info on when the area will be getting LTE.

    Can anyone point me in the right direction? I have Verizon and it seems my phone is roaming
    a lot, and I'm assuming it's on the Sprint network. I travel between walla walla and the Tri- Cities, WA, I'm starting to
    wondering if Sprint actually has the better network out here, even thought Verizon does have 4G here.

    Thanks for any help.
    I just checked the NV maps for your area and all 4 of the Walla Walla Sprint cell sites have been network vision upgraded with Samsung gear and have been 3g accepted (physical work complete & signed off). Seems to be waiting on backhaul in order to fire up LTE.

    www.s4gru.com for more of your sprint questions.

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    If you have an Android powered phone download an app called Not Roam Control: https://play.google.com/store/apps/d...rkstatus&hl=en

    Its completely free and will tell you what network you are connected to when you are roaming so you don't have to guess like you are now.

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    You could be roaming on inland cellular in some locations too.


    Sent with the HoFo App

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    Thank you guys for taking the time to reply! It sounds like LTE will be here maybe
    with some relative quickness. I was wondering about inland cellular I guess I made
    another assumption that they used Sprint towers.

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