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    Quote Originally Posted by anthonyjones View Post
    Just bogus excuses
    TMobile is the one that is obsessed with data speeds, while ignoring call performance. Their VOLTE is the worst. The don't like testing firms that rate them last on calls when it's actually true. Sometimes their VOLTE doesn't even work.

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    I'm also not going to believe a article from a site that ends in Fool. Sounds like you all have been fooled.lol

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    Quote Originally Posted by thotguy31 View Post
    I'm also not going to believe a article from a site that ends in Fool. Sounds like you all have been fooled.lol

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    maybe you will believe the link I will post from open signal then. https://opensignal.com/reports/2017/...mobile-network

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    It's hard to say whos best at what since my att could drop to no signal down the street, my Verizon could do the same and my tmobile could also drop out.

    T-Mobile has made great strides and improvements so nobody can dispute that

    Go overseas and you find out fast how expensive us carriers are and how many network issues they all have. I never have the outages in other countries like I do at home. It's embarrassing to say the least.
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    Quote Originally Posted by idavenport90 View Post
    I think the Root Metrics report comes into question since their results don't seem to match reality. Not to mention they get paid by Verizon so they can use their reports and they don't disclose their methodology about how they get their results. So that in my mind puts Root Metrics reports in doubt.
    Actually, I find that RootMetrics' results actually do match reality. The problem seems to be with their conclusions. If you look at the individual test results, you will see that T-Mobile almost always comes out as having the fastest data speed or in the top two. It's the weighting of the other other factors (e.g text send time) that pulls T-Mobile's scores down.
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    Quote Originally Posted by anthonyjones View Post
    Well said and sums it up
    Company cheerleaders are so cute.
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    Quote Originally Posted by sectime View Post
    Company cheerleaders are so cute.
    With your logic sprint should be fastest but they aren't. Stop spreading wrong information. All it does is confuse people
    https://www.recode.net/2017/8/2/1606...ited-data-plan

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    Quote Originally Posted by anthonyjones View Post
    With your logic sprint should be fastest but they aren't. Stop spreading wrong information. All it does is confuse people
    https://www.recode.net/2017/8/2/1606...ited-data-plan
    what logic and wrong information ? That company cheerleaders are so Cute? Thanks for the laugh!

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    You said only reason Verizon has slow speeds is due to having lots of customers and that TMobile is fast from having less customers.

    So why is sprint so slow and not as fast as TMobile?

    You are totally wrong on that one. We know you are a Verizon fanboy but come on.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sectime View Post
    what logic and wrong information ? That company cheerleaders are so Cute? Thanks for the laugh!
    Att just needs to density, they have more Spectrum deployed than VZW or Tmobile.

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    Quote Originally Posted by anthonyjones View Post
    You said only reason Verizon has slow speeds is due to having lots of customers and that TMobile is fast from having less customers.

    So why is sprint so slow and not as fast as TMobile?

    You are totally wrong on that one. We know you are a Verizon fanboy but come on.
    Sprint doesn't upgrade their backhaul, they just let the network rot, they could have a pretty good network if they deployed more of their Band 41, they would touch 1Gbps with the proper backhaul, sadly they won't so it's a waste of spectrum.

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    Quote Originally Posted by anthonyjones View Post
    You said only reason Verizon has slow speeds is due to having lots of customers and that TMobile is fast from having less customers.

    So why is sprint so slow and not as fast as TMobile?

    You are totally wrong on that one. We know you are a Verizon fanboy but come on.
    Good point ... If number of customers was really inversely proportional to speed, tiny carriers like Bug Tussel could boast of multi-terabyte download speeds.

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    T Mobile has the best network according to open signal

    Quote Originally Posted by ZeroSignal View Post
    Sprint doesn't upgrade their backhaul, they just let the network rot, they could have a pretty good network if they deployed more of their Band 41, they would touch 1Gbps with the proper backhaul, sadly they won't so it's a waste of spectrum.

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    Agree ! Sprint doesn't have T-Mobiles Density either . It's a fact that T-Mobile has the most towers in the country..so yeh they are faster than sprint. Verizon having the most customers should be focused on buying more spectrum ....in areas where they need more the network is collapsing.

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    If that is in response to me where did I say that, if not please continue your cheering and your day.

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    I think that once TMobile rolls out 600 they will have at least as good a network as everyone else on all levels

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