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Any idea when Pittsburgh will see LTE turned on?

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whenever primanti bros stops serving sandwiches with french fries on them

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whenever primanti bros stops serving sandwiches with french fries on them

 

I am telling you the honest to god truth when I say this, I been refreshing this thread waiting to see what your response was gonna be. LMAO!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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i have no patience for non sponsors who beg for info

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Hey Bar1203... knock, knock "who's there?" no LTE for you.

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The LTE Nazi... LOL NO SOUP FOR YOU!

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i would love to have my member level be custom and say LTE Nazi

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i would love to have my member level be custom and say LTE Nazi

 

Wow, that just happened...

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oh snaps... look at that... badge of honor right there.

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The LTE Nazi... LOL NO SOUP FOR YOU!

 

classic ty

 

Sent from my 9 lives EVO !!

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*sigh*

 

You guys can't start picking on every new person who comes along asking a question about LTE.

 

We have a thread where we keep track of market schedules. http://s4gru.com/index.php?/topic/212-network-visionlte-deployment-running-list/

 

We have a jovial crew here. They can be a little enthusiastic in the way they greet new people.

 

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We're like a pack of dogs. Either we bark, or lick your face.

 

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We're like a pack of dogs. Either we bark, or lick your face.

 

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Sometimes I need no Comedy Central in my life

 

Sent from my 9 lives EVO !!

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We're like a pack of dogs. Either we bark, or lick your face.

 

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We're like a kidney infection, either it burns when you pee, or you don't ask what date <insert city here> will get LTE. Robert spent most of his youth on creating these maps for sponsors, and can answer most of your questions without duplicating a lot of threads and posts.

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We're like a kidney infection, either it burns when you pee, or you don't ask what date <insert city here> will get LTE. Robert spent most of his youth on creating these maps for sponsors, and can answer most of your questions without duplicating a lot of threads and posts.

 

True. It isn't very hard to find what you're looking for by simply browsing the website. It is organized pretty well.

 

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Whoa! Daniel's the S4GRU "LTE Nazi"!

 

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Whoa! Daniel's the S4GRU "LTE Nazi"!

 

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It'd be really easy but cheap and classless to make some jokes about it too... but I'm taking the high road this time.

 

Enjoying the new title tho... suits me well

 

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In defense of the original poster, we all use to be n00bs at some point and at some point we all were non-sponsors. Personally I think that the more accepting we are of new comers the more likely those same new comers will become sponsors as well which helps Robert and s4gru in the long run which should be priority number 1 for each and every one of us.

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In defense of the original poster, we all use to be n00bs at some point and at some point we all were non-sponsors. Personally I think that the more accepting we are of new comers the more likely those same new comers will become sponsors as well which helps Robert and s4gru in the long run which should be priority number 1 for each and every one of us.

 

Thanks Roy. We need a certain percentage of new members to become sponsors to keep paying for our growing expense curve. So as much as we don't want for people to bypass sponsorship and get free info, we also don't want to piss off newcomers.

 

I also do appreciate the sense of humor. It also enhances the board and makes the established members feel a part of the community. We just need to try to incorporate all three of these aspects in our posts. I appreciate everyone's help here to maintain the right tone.

 

Robert

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The LTE running list is very helpful. I just wish I could see Pittsburgh on that list. The burgh is one of the largest metro areas in the US, and yet you have places like Oklahoma and South Bend, Indiana being implemented ahead of it. Denver is the other major city not on the LTE horizon.

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The LTE running list is very helpful. I just wish I could see Pittsburgh on that list. The burgh is one of the largest metro areas in the US, and yet you have places like Oklahoma and South Bend, Indiana being implemented ahead of it. Denver is the other major city not on the LTE horizon.

 

Hmm, Denver and Pittsburgh... that brings to mind my post on Sprint's conspiracy against hockey towns http://s4gru.com/index.php?/topic/435-sprint-conspiracy-against-hockey-towns/

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Oklahoma and South Bend did not get 4G WiMax deployments, whereas Pittsburgh and Denver did.

 

Robert

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Oklahoma and South Bend did not get 4G WiMax deployments' date=' whereas Pittsburgh and Denver did.

 

Robert[/quote']

 

Party foul

 

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I hope this doesn't mean we have to wait for Barrows, Alaska to get their 4G LTE before we get ours in Pittsburgh!

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I hope this doesn't mean we have to wait for Barrows' date=' Alaska to get their 4G LTE before we get ours in Pittsburgh![/quote']

 

Could be worse. You could live in Canada lol

 

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