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In the west they upgraded only in Aguadilla... And also they are parts in Aguada that is running B41 but from the same tower (Aguadilla)

 

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Long time sprint supporter... sprint has become a joke in PR, i have to use 3g all the time because lte barely works. Today its a massive outage also.

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Long time sprint supporter... sprint has become a joke in PR, i have to use 3g all the time because lte barely works. Today its a massive outage also.

Maybe cuz of 'network upgrades' lol

 

 

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Long time sprint supporter... sprint has become a joke in PR, i have to use 3g all the time because lte barely works. Today its a massive outage also.

Yes... Sprint LTE speed in most parts of PR is a joke.

My girlfriend has Tmobile and in term of speeds, tmobile destroys Sprint.

 

Here is a speedtest from

Tmobile (Aguadilla). Took the speedtest today near Puente La Victoria 329cf69f77072bc3b772fcd495d8ac70.jpg

 

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This was in Aguadilla marina Sunday on my G4 which is only 2xCA. I forgot to change the server but still a big improvement over B25. Hopefully they speed up the upgrades on the rest of the towers.

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Wifi test?

Nah thats the screenshot info on top. Look at the speedtest info.

 

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At Mayaguez yesterday. But still B25 does not improve.8b00639097c7d8fb0e105bf92cb9f3d8.jpg

 

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Thats Sprint? What place in mayaguez? Do you now what tower you were connected? I would like to test that, im leaving sprint soon but that could give me hope to stay.

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Thats Sprint? What place in mayaguez? Do you now what tower you were connected? I would like to test that, im leaving sprint soon but that could give me hope to stay.

That was near the street that goes to Hospital Bella Vista. Near the Balboa electronic shop. Also the same tower covers the Plantillas Mayaguezanas factory.

 

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Yes... Sprint LTE speed in most parts of PR is a joke.

My girlfriend has Tmobile and in term of speeds, tmobile destroys Sprint.

 

Here is a speedtest from

Tmobile (Aguadilla). Took the speedtest today near Puente La Victoria 329cf69f77072bc3b772fcd495d8ac70.jpg

 

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Doesn't Sprint have a good amount of B41 by now. Wait until they also put the open mobile spectrum to use. Their Galaxy S8 also Supports B13 so hopefully Sprint uses that. With the right amount of towers, 3xca B41 15x15 or 20x20 B25 and, 10x10 B13 there Sprint could kick ass.

 

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I went to Mayaguez near Plaza Colon and got a test of 68 down and 10 up, cell id 258 on b41. That give me enough hope to stay in sprint a little longer. Now need that b41 roll out faster in other towers.

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I went to Mayaguez near Plaza Colon and got a test of 68 down and 10 up, cell id 258 on b41. That give me enough hope to stay in sprint a little longer. Now need that b41 roll out faster in other towers.

Once Sprint upgrades from open Mobile there they should do way better. B41 and, I've heard they got 30 MHz of C block PC's. If that is all contiguous​ then along with the G block they could do 20x20 B25.

 

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Ihope they do that before t mobile deploy 600mhz in the island.Anybody know how long is the wait.?

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Ihope they do that before t mobile deploy 600mhz in the island.Anybody know how long is the wait.?

2019-2020 iirc.

 

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2019 for what ? For the merge sprint/open or for tmobile to deploy.?

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2019 for what ? For the merge sprint/open or for tmobile to deploy.?

For 600 MHz to be freed for usage.

 

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2019 for what ? For the merge sprint/open or for tmobile to deploy.?

T-Mobile

 

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10 mhz in 2017..? Where exactly..?

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10 mhz in 2017..? Where exactly..?

 

A few super rural areas of the U.S. for the most part.

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We have rural areas as well

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