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    In northern MI, B12/B71 is much more important than having more carrier aggregation. Looking at much of northern MI, it's B12/B71 outside of most towns, and not much B2/B4 spectrum in most places. You would have an extra 5 to 10 MHz in a few spots with B4 and 5MHz of B12... Or 5MHz of B12 and 5MHz of B71 (some places more). In the UP..much more chance of B71 than anything else. Most places up there won't hit 50Mbps... Let alone 150Mbps. Very few TMobile users, but not much network either.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jack Hagar View Post
    Depends does he consider NW Mich mean MW of the glove part or actual NW Mich as in the UP? Because if he means the UP you definitely needs band 71
    Anything north of Bay City on i75 doesn't have much spectrum or speed. Best I got was in Kinross approaching 100Mbps. Everything south and north of that was 25 to 50Mbps at best. Outside of a handful of towns.. It B12/B71 under the bridge

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