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My service has been pretty shaking the last week and half, my call quality is terrible and barley working 3g or LTE. This is happening at home and work (East Providence & Providence). I use a nexus 5 and i'm just hoping the towers around me are finally switching from GPO's to full builds. 

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My service has been pretty shaking the last week and half, my call quality is terrible and barley working 3g or LTE. This is happening at home and work (East Providence & Providence). I use a nexus 5 and i'm just hoping the towers around me are finally switching from GPO's to full builds. 

 

No troubles just below you in the Cranston/Warwick area.

 

I seem to have HD voice at my house, the calls sound incredible.

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No troubles just below you in the Cranston/Warwick area.

 

I seem to have HD voice at my house, the calls sound incredible.

Do you see Spark yet with your G2? My service in Riverside and on the East side of providence are just terrible now. I can't now or ever could get service inside buildings but now I can't even rely on service when outside. I'm just getting sick of being at work and At&t and Verizon will have service inside our bomb shelter and my phone is about to catch on fire from looking for service so often. 

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Do you see Spark yet with your G2? My service in Riverside and on the East side of providence are just terrible now. I can't now or ever could get service inside buildings but now I can't even rely on service when outside. I'm just getting sick of being at work and At&t and Verizon will have service inside our bomb shelter and my phone is about to catch on fire from looking for service so often.

No, no Spark yet but I believe they are working on it in the Providence Metro area.

 

I was in Warren and Bristol today and the service was good.

 

They must be doing something in your area for the service to be so bad.

 

Have you spotted any full builds yet?

 

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I've also had pretty decent coverage in that area as well, Even in Barrington my normal OK coverage has been pretty bad. 


 

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I'm glad we are seeing more Band 41 but they need to hurry for the East Providence, Riverside, Barrington & Seekonk area. My nexus 5 just doesn't connect to LTE anymore in those areas. 

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On Band 41 (Hope Street, Providence RI)

 

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