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    5G at my hotel in San Jose (this is 80GB into "unlimited" mobile hotspot - so past the 50GB depri point)

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    Quote Originally Posted by brad15 View Post
    5G at my hotel in San Jose (this is 80GB into "unlimited" mobile hotspot - so past the 50GB depri point)

    I may be wrong here, but I suspect that T-Mobile still doesn't count speedtests that are used through T-Mobile endpoints in its calculations.
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    Quote Originally Posted by formercanuck View Post
    I may be wrong here, but I suspect that T-Mobile still doesn't count speedtests that are used through T-Mobile endpoints in its calculations.
    Well it was not using T-Mobile as a test server. I was getting 400+ actual throughput though as I had a few 1GB files to download and got ~42MB/sec on the transfer

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    Not meaning that tests are bogus... I actually get better results hitting Frontier than T-mobile. What I mean is... Data usage won't count in your total if you hit T-mobile endpoints. Meaning I might hit 5-10GB in a month of regular use, but if I didn't use T-MOBILE endpoints for speed test, it would be significantly higher.

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    Quote Originally Posted by formercanuck View Post
    Not meaning that tests are bogus... I actually get better results hitting Frontier than T-mobile. What I mean is... Data usage won't count in your total if you hit T-mobile endpoints. Meaning I might hit 5-10GB in a month of regular use, but if I didn't use T-MOBILE endpoints for speed test, it would be significantly higher.

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    I get what you're saying, the only time I use T-Mobile as the test server is when I want to see what the latency in network is.

    Although, I do agree with the throughput from T-Mobile's actual servers being lower.

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    Very impressed with n71 so far, especially with weak signal. LTE speeds are in the respective thread.

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    T-Mobile 5G Speed Test Results

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    Very impressed with n71 so far, especially with weak signal. LTE speeds are in the respective thread.
    Same here in the nyc suburbs. Using T-Mobile on 5G is better 90 percent of the time compared to LTE. They’re deploying n41 at a fast pace as well. I’m seeing a huge difference in performance compared to last summer.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Checker79 View Post
    Same here in the nyc suburbs. Using T-Mobile on 5G is better 90 percent of the time compared to LTE. They’re deploying n41 at a fast pace as well. I’m seeing a huge difference in performance compared to last summer.
    What’s the bandwidth of n71 there? I’m not sure what it is here but there is LTE on B71 too so I assume n71 is 15x15 and B71 is 5x5?

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    Quote Originally Posted by THoAddict01 View Post
    What’s the bandwidth of n71 there? I’m not sure what it is here but there is LTE on B71 too so I assume n71 is 15x15 and B71 is 5x5?
    I wish there was a way to tell on One Plus 8 5G. Where I am, B71 is 10x10. I have hit 'peak' close to 150Mbps/50Mbps on n71 SA. Currently, its quite a bit less (flood of iPhones with 5g?) ~30-70Mbps/20Mbps on n71. I'm guessing at least 15x15 for n71.

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    Quote Originally Posted by THoAddict01 View Post
    What’s the bandwidth of n71 there? I’m not sure what it is here but there is LTE on B71 too so I assume n71 is 15x15 and B71 is 5x5?
    10x10 is on n71 and 5x5 is on B71. They’re leasing spectrum on 600 for 5G

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    Quote Originally Posted by Checker79 View Post
    10x10 is on n71 and 5x5 is on B71. They’re leasing spectrum on 600 for 5G
    In my area, it appears that T-Mobile has C, D,E and G licenses on 600MHz with a leased F. Total in my area ~= 25x25.
    Basically 10x10 B71, 15x15 n71. I suspect that with the Sprint B41/n41, they're not going to use any more Dish 600MHz that they had leased... at least in my area.
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    4+ 40 MHz n41 + 2 outside of the Miller Hill Mall on a Pixel 4a 5G:

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    4+ 20 MHz n71 outside of Bulldog Pizza in Duluth, MN.

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    4 and 2 are 10 MHz, also interesting to note 20 MHz n71 means that B71 LTE is completely gone. Verified with NSG.

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    I guess is time to promote 5g n71 devices. I wondered how long in some markets they would keep both B71 and n71. If B12 exists in that area, why not promote n71.

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    Quote Originally Posted by formercanuck View Post
    I guess is time to promote 5g n71 devices. I wondered how long in some markets they would keep both B71 and n71. If B12 exists in that area, why not promote n71.

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    I wonder how long they’ll keep B71 here. They just recently (within the last year or so) added native coverage here co-locating on the municipal water tower that previously only AT&T was on. Here’s what they have deployed here.



    Very impressed with the speeds. I’d love to know the bandwidth of what they have deployed.



    5G usually doubles (if not more) the speeds compared to LTE in any given spot here.

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