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  1. LG V30

    Weirdly enough, Sprint only shows this device as 3G extended network only. Is that a glitch? Because I would think that it would work in Nextech territory and such where they use B25.
  2. Oddly enough, they show the LG V30+ as 3G only instead of extended LTE. I wonder why that is, I thought it had all the required bands.
  3. SITE UPGRADE WARNING

    It works! I can access this in talpatalk too. Sent from my SM-N920P using Tapatalk
  4. Official Airave 3 LTE / S1000 NSC Thread

    How do you obtain one of these? I live in an area without B41 so a magicbox isn't an option.
  5. Pixel 2 XL Preview/User Thread

    So how does this device work with other networks besides project Fi? They say they are only trialing it for Fi. So does it still use a regular SIM card is for use on other networks?
  6. Pixel 2 XL Preview/User Thread

    The lack of a headphone jack on the Pixel could be a big differentiation between the two phones.
  7. The Magic Box 6 months later

    When will the Airave 3 be available to the public? I could use one for my office location.
  8. This is what excites me most. This will help the network tremendously.
  9. Verizon shrinking coverage in Maine.

    If you're on B13 for an LTEiRa provider, it shows as a Verizon signal, however if you have a 1x or 3G signal, it will show the local provider information for that. At least that's how my work phone (with signal check) has shown the information in the past when I've traveled out of network.
  10. Google's strategy has changed since the Motorola sale. At the time of the Motorola purchase, Google was still focused on appeasing multiple manufacturers. The android market has since consolidated around Samsung, so Google is much less concerned about appeasement now. Secondly, Google has shifted to vertically integrating it's phone/tablet business from manufacturing to OS, like Apple has done from the start. Hence the purchase of HTC to get into the direct manufacturing/supply line game. The Pixel phones where a step in this direction, but Google still had to use a third party and then badge the phones, now that middle man gets cut out. Sent from my SM-N920P using Tapatalk
  11. I'm surprised that with all the tourist traffic there, Sprint doesn't have a tower in Amana. Sent from my SM-N920P using Tapatalk
  12. Sprint suing All Aboard Florida

    There's probably a contract covering what costs each party is responsible for. The issue is probably on cost overruns, which might not be dealt with the contract. There are a number of contingencies that Sprint might feel like AAF is responsible for. So to court it goes. Sent from my SM-N920P using Tapatalk
  13. Sprint suing All Aboard Florida

    Because Sprint is not the owner of the ROW, just a leaser from AAF, AAF doesn't need to pay Sprint 100%, though a good landlord should at least provide some financial help for moving the utilities in question. Sent from my SM-N920P using Tapatalk
  14. Sprint suing All Aboard Florida

    Shady? Hardly. They're in the middle of a billion+ $ railway expansion. The issue is over how much Sprint think their share of the relocation costs are. Sent from my SM-N920P using Tapatalk
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