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jroepcke51

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About jroepcke51

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  1. @Dustin_Woodward It was really disgusting to see someone act without love and compassion but just in judgement.

  2. @LainieBrunetto @DIRECTV That's been a while. At least a couple months

  3. I don't have my NM spreadsheet but I'm positive it's LC. Only one B25 carrier is possible. Sprint does have 140 MHz of EBS/ERS there.
  4. The site at the NM Bank and Trust is a 8T8R but is not running CA. I get between 5 to 10 Mbs. If I am connected to Band 25 with CA, I can reach 40 to 50. However, downtown I believe Sprint wants everyone on Band 41. I think the site they connected to is either I40 and 12th or the Hotel Albuquerque sites which are Mini Macros that have CA enabled. I have seen speeds that high when connected to those.
  5. I work downtown in the Sunshine Building and definitely don't get those speeds. However, with band 25 CA and 2 carriers of band 41, phone is useable all day no issue.
  6. Did he tell you anything about ABQ with future sites?
  7. I like how they will have band 41 for balloon fiesta on the north side.
  8. Downtown has made band 25 and 26 useable again during working hours. This weeekend I was at CPK in uptown and I pulled 100mbs speed test. I am sure that extra capacity is helping that area.
  9. Would this be the first four carriers of band 41?L
  10. I don't ravel down there much anymore but have picked up the 8t8r and the multiple MM on the north side of town. That Earfcn you posted earlier is also at all the B41 sites o have been to as well.
  11. had the same issue. Just ended up paying $65 a month for 4 months.
  12. In Arizona Commnet has band 17 I have been connected to. On the iPhone it shows extended LTE and then switches to sprint LTE.
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