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It would be nice if they provided a list of requested locations.

 

But alas I assume the CT Siting Council is hard at work tweaking the rules...

 

Sigh

 

 

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It would be nice if they provided a list of requested locations.

 

But alas I assume the CT Siting Council is hard at work tweaking the rules...

 

Sigh

 

 

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I got a feeling that CT needs this project more than Sprint does. Hopefully they push it through quickly.

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Flip side they should have known CT is very Pro NIMBY

 

 

 

 

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Well these are full towers not small cells. Unless I'm reading the new story. 120 foot?

 

 

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Well these are full towers not small cells. Unless I'm reading the new story. 120 foot?

 

Should allow to cover more area no?

 

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At Southern Connecticut State University

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Any updates regarding CT for anyone? Small cells or rumors? Haven't noticed much of anything in my travels throughout the state.

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Any updates regarding CT for anyone? Small cells or rumors? Haven't noticed much of anything in my travels throughout the state.

I have not seen any improvements

 

 

 

 

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they just turned on LTE on Thompson CT tower but I'm pretty sure its a GMO site

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they just turned on LTE on Thompson CT tower but I'm pretty sure its a GMO site

Headed to Putnam tomorrow. Curious to see how things are.

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Headed to Putnam tomorrow. Curious to see how things are.

 

I was there yesterday and it was still 3G hoping that changes soon

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Boggles my mind that such a small state has such poor coverage

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just curious if anyone has seen any improvements -- noticed that the Siting Council hasn't update anything since January (ouch) 

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nothing, and I'm all over the state. 3xCA here and there, can't say coverage has improved. 

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Went to Foxwoods today still no 4G there. A big place like that should of had it awhile ago it's kinda sad.

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So they just turned on 4G in Putnam CT it's a GMO build wish is was the full builds we need them badly but better than nothing.

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Tower #ct23xc408 in dayville was just updated to full build but have GMR's

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It's sad that there is so few updates in CT

 

Though between population density and geographic valleys I get it.... Though the main dupolly have very little issues it seems. And even magenta is picking up the pace.

 

 

 

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Tell me about it. Small state, bordered by NY and MA. One would figure that the network and coverage would be up to par. Way too many 3G or 5x5 LTE areas.

 

Haven't noticed reframing of PCS spectrum as of yet.

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I think it is sad that no one tracks this market so that the pins can be updated on S4GRU's maps to show the progress made so far.

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Did HPUE make any noticable improvement in real use, in Connecticut?

 

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Hpue does not make much of difference and 30 percent coverage so fake.

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Hpue does not make much of difference and 30 percent coverage so fake.

Try a Moto Z2 force, you will not think the same...

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