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    1.2 Gbps in New York City / midband n41

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    T-Mobile is killing it. They will soon have the biggest 5G network in the nation.

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    Quote Originally Posted by @TheRealDanny View Post
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    Could someone explain why AT&T was a the bottom of the picture just above 5G T-Mobile? I know it is a connection for the test but it seems strange that A T-Mobile phone would have access to AT&T. I am familiar with computer Ping test over the internet.

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    Quote Originally Posted by shilohcane View Post
    Could someone explain why AT&T was a the bottom of the picture just above 5G T-Mobile? I know it is a connection for the test but it seems strange that A T-Mobile phone would have access to AT&T. I am familiar with computer Ping test over the internet.
    Thats just the server used during the test. That's all

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    What happed to all those people that claimed with out mmWave that T-Mobile 5G won’t be as fast as the other networks LTE. Also, all the people that said T-Mobile was 5 years behind AT&T and Verizon. BTW, just saw that T-Mobile owns the 2nd most mmWave spectrum licenseds of the three networks. Wonder which network is #3 owner of mmWave spectrum?

    I got the feeling that T-Mobile is going to double the amount of net new customers of both AT&T & Verizon combined next quarter.

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    I think things are about to get really ugly for the competition. T-Mobile honestly doesn't look like they can be stopped.


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    Quote Originally Posted by @TheRealDanny View Post
    Thanks Milan:

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    Now spread that everywhere. Sitting in front of a T-Maybe tower i cant get above 30 Mbps. While AT&T is connected to their tower a mile and a half away pulling no less than 60.

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    I was in Philly today with a 5G Galaxy phone and couldn't find anywhere that the layer cake was showing me the speeds Milan posted from NYC. Get outside of Philly and aside from having a 5G logo on your phone there is nothing impressive about their speed.

    That being said. Verizon is f'd. Their capacity is brutal. In this area (Philly, Suburbs - NW, and South Jersey to the Shore) it is clear AT&T, TMO, and then Verizon in my opinion having all three. I believe TMO has the most upside right now. If the can really get N41 for 5G going in city and suburbs, plus 600mhz filled out to make sure they don't lose signal in buildings (basements of homes) they will be tough to beat.





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    Quote Originally Posted by formercanuck View Post
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    Quote Originally Posted by mush10 View Post
    I was in Philly today with a 5G Galaxy phone and couldn't find anywhere that the layer cake was showing me the speeds Milan posted from NYC.
    What kind of speeds were you getting on N41?

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