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Dkoellerwx

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  1. Temperatures around the area this evening. https://t.co/UIU4icayIV

  2. I would imagine they will be replace by smalls cells, mini-macros, or full macro sites before the CDMA shutdown.
  3. I guess? We're specifically talking about new sites that are currently being added to the network. That's not something that has really been happening in the last three years on a widespread and consistent basis. So I'm not entirely sure what you mean.
  4. Some of those are repeaters. LTE is uncertain on those. The full new sites are NV, and perhaps even tri-band. They will have LTE once the appropriate backhaul is acquired and integration crews have been at the site.
  5. Official Magic Box discussion thread

    Signal bars have been showing data strength for several years now.
  6. It was a direct reply to one of your posts yesterday. http://www.s4gru.com/applications/tapatalk/index.php?/topic/4145-Sprint-LTE-Coverage-Maps-via-Sensorly#entry523662 Sent from my LG G6
  7. Galaxy S9 Series user thread

    Minnesota. Most markets have B25 CA live now.
  8. It's not a fee, it's a donation. And it's whatever you can afford, but we need $15-20 per sponsor to keep the site online and ad-free. Someone already linked you to the information earlier today.
  9. That information is in the Sponsor section. You should check it out.
  10. Network Vision/LTE - New York City Market

    Unlikely at this point. Likely is what it says it is.
  11. Marquett continues to have Extended 3G coverage. Extended just means it is roaming service, but it counts as native data. Meaning no restrictions, if you have unlimited, you will continue to have unlimited data while using that service. No it is Extended LTE service.
  12. Sprint network strengthening

    This is already being discussed. Thread locked.
  13. Network Vision/LTE - Puerto Rico/Virgin Islands Market

    I thinking they applied the wrong shading. It appears to line up with the extended voice (roaming) area. I suspected it's now considered extended LTE, but they accidentally colored it as LTE Plus.
  14. Temperatures around the area this evening. https://t.co/Mn3R3Z8Te0

  15. [Teaser] The 9th Galaxy Arrives Early - The Galaxy S9

    It is official.
  16. Quick check of the radar for the morning drive. https://t.co/mVtfZVPvNy

  17. [Teaser] The 9th Galaxy Arrives Early - The Galaxy S9

    I suspect that CA with B13 is not included. I have a feeling this phone was in development before that deal happened, so the thought wouldn't have been there yet. However, you should see expanded B41 usage across the island when they are able to start upgrades again.
  18. Hmm. I really don't like the hashing. Makes it hard to look at, at least for me. Much preferred with Extended LTE was a different color. Really hard to tell where Sprint LTE stops and Extended starts. Though I suppose that is by design.
  19. Must've missed the small blob ha. Doesn't help that you have to zoom in a lot more now to see the details.
  20. New "Extended" LTE in South and North Dakota. Two areas, one including Rapid City. Interesting.
  21. Quick check of the radar for the morning drive. https://t.co/cr33t3uupv

  22. Network Vision/LTE - Central and South Jersey Markets

    Yes, thinning is important, getting more or wider LTE carriers on air. But they won't be shutting down CDMA entirely any time soon.
  23. Network Vision/LTE - Central and South Jersey Markets

    No place on the Sprint network is going all LTE any time soon. There will be least 1 or 2 1xRTT carriers and 1 EVDO carrier until CDMA is shut down, which won't be for a couple of years at least.
  24. Temperatures around the area this evening. https://t.co/lHJ0J3WbOU

  25. LG G6 to be Sprint's first HPUE-capable device

    That was the first place I checked. $13.75/month right now. Was hoping there might be something else out there.
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