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    In my opinion Seattle is somewhat notable because its T-mobile's home turf, and they are doing this without B26 which means you probably drop to 3G deep indoors, and that can drag average speeds down quite a bit. So site location and density is of the upmost importance. Not to mention, its a sample of a market that mostly relies on midband/high band spectrum which will be the bread and butter of networks of the future.
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    As someone who lives right by a 15mhz b25 market I can tell you it's great. At Disney world it is more reliable than B41 in upload with speeds in the 15-25mbps range and matches it in download most of the time and that's without 4x4 mimo and 256qam. Sent from my SM-G955U using Tapatalk
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    I don't think it's a big deal for 2 reasons. The first reason is Sprint is barely faster and I would be willing to bet T-mobile still has much higher upload speeds so when rootmetrics comes out TMobile would still be faster. The second reason is Sprint has been fast in Seattle for years now. If they took a much worse market like Savannah GA, Charleston SC, New Orleans, Memphis ect and brought them to #1 or #2 then I would be impressed.
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    Some of the Open Mobile stores are now Boost Mobile. i just visted Mayaguez Town center. they are now Boost Mobile
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    How about instead of bragging about speeds with PR releases expand coverage. That's Sprint sore spot. But I will admit they have improved in total coverage though. I'm glad to see them improving. But they still need to expand coverage for sure.
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    I agree ! A few of the markets are starting to repeat ( markets sprint has been good in for some time now ). Now sprint is getting better within these markets, but would like to see other markets increase too. Sent from my SM-G965U using Tapatalk
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    Imagine how much better Sprint will be once they’ve got 800 MHz up and running. 15x15 L1900 as well.
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    According to the Sprint NH coverage tool, it looks as if all towers have been upgraded to LTE! I was driving along 202 a couple weeks ago and noticed new band 26 along my drive passing the Pat's peak area.
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    I mean it's not hard to find FCC entries tbh especially if you search by specific vendors. Also... tossed this together:
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    Oh looky looky. Ericsson. Posted it right in after i did my morning check. Now the wait for Samsung and Nokia! Sent from my Pixel using Tapatalk
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    It seems I’ve come home to another pleasant surprise — a new site with hexadecaport antennas located on Microsoft building 43. I can’t connect to it yet, but it’ll definitely improve coverage and capacity in the surrounding areas when it comes online.
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    Just returned to Seattle to a pleasant surprise — full LTE throughout SeaTac airport! Never thought this day would come. Service was -102 or worse on L1900 or L2500 before. Now signal on L1900 doesn’t drop below -90.
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    Random Fire Sent from my SM-G965U using Tapatalk
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    Sprints network took a big hit in El Paso 1st half of 18 Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
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