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    Quote Originally Posted by Maryland View Post
    I've never seen any T-Mo SC's in my area.

    Yeah n41 is great.. we already have 100 mhz but doesn't really matter when the backhaul sucks. Haven't hit 700 in months, its a struggle to hit 600. Most sites I'm getting 300-550.

    And don't get me started on rural service lol.
    Give it time, they need to get Sprint fully shutdown before they can do any real progress.. Right now I assume it's getting as much done as possible whilst still letting Sprint suckle resources from the combined network, once they get Sprint fully integrated and shut down, along with n41 on most sites.. it'll get better.

    But in reality the speeds you're seeing are great.. I am lucky to get 30-50Mbps on a regular with my AT&T/Verizon SIM cards unless i'm on mmWave.. we forget these things and take it for granted, and every carrier has their weak data spots.. at least T-Mobile is actively *trying* to make it better.

    I've been through these transitions with AT&T/Cingular, Verizon/Alltel, Sprint/US Cellular, and now Sprint/T-Mobile.. it's always the same story.. They'll get it done but with a nationwide network and only so many contractors and parts to go around, they can only do so much at a time.
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    Suburbia/Fringe around Saint Cloud, MN

    5G is not ready for prime time here. Even 4G LTE has its challenges outdoors - many times while just standing still while out for a walk. Any prognosis or perspectives from the pros? Thanks in advance.

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    If you have a Samsung... try setting to n71 only

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    T-Mobile 5G Speed Test Results

    Quote Originally Posted by formercanuck View Post
    If you have a Samsung... try setting to n71 only
    Thanks. I have the One Plus Nord N10 5G (with TNX SIM as legacy Sprint customer and purchased through T-Mo).

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    Visiting OKC…





    5G SA tests are meh:





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    I'm playing with the 5G home internet device here in Chicago.. this is at 1pm and I live next to a busy transit station



    I do believe at the other end of the house it gets a different n41 sector, but this is B66+n41 100MHz wide channel... I assume this is backhaul restricted at this point.

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    Quote Originally Posted by brad15 View Post
    Give it time, they need to get Sprint fully shutdown before they can do any real progress.. Right now I assume it's getting as much done as possible whilst still letting Sprint suckle resources from the combined network, once they get Sprint fully integrated and shut down, along with n41 on most sites.. it'll get better.

    But in reality the speeds you're seeing are great.. I am lucky to get 30-50Mbps on a regular with my AT&T/Verizon SIM cards unless i'm on mmWave.. we forget these things and take it for granted, and every carrier has their weak data spots.. at least T-Mobile is actively *trying* to make it better.

    I've been through these transitions with AT&T/Cingular, Verizon/Alltel, Sprint/US Cellular, and now Sprint/T-Mobile.. it's always the same story.. They'll get it done but with a nationwide network and only so many contractors and parts to go around, they can only do so much at a time.
    Why does sprint matter? I've seen 900 Mbps out of 40 mhz, my whole market is 100 and it's hard to get over 600..

    If we're comparing AT&T/Verizon, 98% of the time in my area unless T-Mo is on n41, AT&T or Verizon will beat T-Mo even with their n71.

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    I don't think I've seen better than 200Mbps out of 20x20 LTE, or 230Mbps from 2CA 20MHz B41 LTE (40MHz) TDD. Not sure who can get 900Mbps from 40MHz outside of a lab.


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    Misspoke, its actually 800 Mbps out of 40 mhz: https://twitter.com/KieranKentley/st...377907712?s=20

    And here's 1.2 Gbps out of 60 mhz: https://twitter.com/milanmilanovic/s...725701120?s=20

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    Quote Originally Posted by Maryland View Post
    Misspoke, its actually 800 Mbps out of 40 mhz: https://twitter.com/KieranKentley/st...377907712?s=20

    And here's 1.2 Gbps out of 60 mhz: https://twitter.com/milanmilanovic/s...725701120?s=20
    Envious…. Please share the love with your suburbia / fringe folks. LOL. A consistent and usable 5 Mbps would be nice.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Maryland View Post
    Why does sprint matter? I've seen 900 Mbps out of 40 mhz, my whole market is 100 and it's hard to get over 600..

    If we're comparing AT&T/Verizon, 98% of the time in my area unless T-Mo is on n41, AT&T or Verizon will beat T-Mo even with their n71.
    Why? Because time is needed for integration and full maturity of the combined network. AT&T/Verizon are as good as they're gonna get until they can incorporate C-Band... T-Mobile on the other hand has ~100MHz more in b41 to add and the PCS holdings as well.

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    Quote Originally Posted by brad15 View Post
    Why? Because time is needed for integration and full maturity of the combined network. AT&T/Verizon are as good as they're gonna get until they can incorporate C-Band... T-Mobile on the other hand has ~100MHz more in b41 to add and the PCS holdings as well.
    And massive holes in rural coverage . I hope nevilles 10,000 macro site plan addresses most of rural America

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    In reality they're not doing too bad considering AT&T and Verizon have networks that have been slowly being built out since 1983, almost a 20yr start on VoiceStream/Aerial/T-Mobile/Sprint

    I do think the agreements with American Tower and Crowne Castle will help, but people have to also remember the legacy carriers had a good 15-20yr head start on T-Mobile as well. Expectations must be appropriate for such facts.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Checker79 View Post
    And massive holes in rural coverage . I hope nevilles 10,000 macro site plan addresses most of rural America
    Never gonna happen. The ROI just isn’t there when Verizon and/or AT&T are what everyone uses in those locations. They’ll only do it if they think they can get enough home internet customers to make it worth doing.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Maryland View Post
    Misspoke, its actually 800 Mbps out of 40 mhz: https://twitter.com/KieranKentley/st...377907712?s=20

    And here's 1.2 Gbps out of 60 mhz: https://twitter.com/milanmilanovic/s...725701120?s=20
    On an empty n41 network. How.many users had n41 5g handsets in May 2020? Might as well have been a lab.
    Also, if you read that spec... that 1.2Gbps is ~875Mbps NR 41 (60MHz) and 350Mbps on AWS 20x20MHz (which itself is extremely high). SINR/RSRP are all quite good (seen those kind myself), meaning he's within ~150' of the panel in direct line of site.
    Notice more up to date, where its 80MHz, and now 1Gbps is 'frequent' while 1.2Gbps was with 60MHz, meaning... some people are actually using the network now.

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