Dave YeagerSprint 4G Rollout UpdatesFriday, February 8, 2019 - 8:00 AM PST
Sprint’s tribanding project has reached a new phase -- former Clear LTE 2500 only sites are getting new equipment as reported by nowerlater in Cincinnati, Joski1624 in Cleveland, and here in Columbus.
Converting sites from LTE 2500 only to triband LTE 800 MHz, LTE 1900 MHz, and LTE 2500 will significantly improve network performance in the traditional metropolitan areas of markets where Clear sites resi
SERVICE RESTORED: Fortuna Foothills, Arizona (east Yuma)
The Fortuna Foothills tower east of Yuma, Arizona was taken offline at the beginning of the month. But today it's back up again. Rumor I heard was that it was creating interference across the border in Mexico with a foreign broadcaster. I guess it's been taken care of!
RUMOR ALERT: Three Iowa Cities to get 4G Protection Sites
More Iowa cities coming soon! Dubuque, Keokuk and Burlington. These will be single tower protection sites. I will announce when they go live. Stay tuned!
NEW SERVICE ALERT: Ames, Iowa
A new Sprint/Clear 4G WiMax tower is now active in Ames, Iowa! Coverage on the north side is great, but not so good in the center of town. Turn on your 4G antennas, scan for service and start surfin'!
This is the list of communities in the United States in which there is at least one tower of Sprint/Clear 4G WiMax service currently active. These are referred to as "Protection Sites." There are more than 400 communities in which Sprint and Clear now has some basic 4G service, but does not officially acknowledge because these are limited deployments for the purposes of maintaining FCC licensing. See listing below:
ALABAMA: Birmingham, Huntsville/Madison, Montgomery, Mobile (very limit
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So confirmed the sites here in STL that area reading Sprint B41 that use to be Clear sites are still Clear sites. They only changed the site name.
I have however confirmed two Clear sites that have been converted to Sprint B41