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  2. There was another beta update released yesterday (the 18th of November) with some bug fixes.
  3. I turned it on but my phone prefers to aggregate multiple Band 41 carriers instead of 25+41
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  5. But it still has CDMA :). I have no doubt that such phones will start appearing shortly. Sprint has a problem with SIMs. There are too many different types because they don't have a sophisticated back end so they put a lot of info on the cards that should be part of the back end business logic. They have neglected that part of the infrastructure so T-Mobile will try to move Sprint accounts over to the T-Mobile system as soon as they possibly can. They can let the two subscriber groups roam on each other's networks for a little while but moving Sprint subscribers over quickly is critical.
  6. Actually, the Alcatel Go Flip 3 uses the Snapdragon 210 and fully supports TMobile and Sprint. GSM: 850/900/1800/1900MHz UMTS: 2/4/5 LTE: 2/4/5/12/25/26/41 (Support HPUE)/66/71 CDMA: BC 0/1/10/ 1xRTT Call VoLTE: Yes Once the merger goes through, it'll be interesting to see how soon a non-Sprint phone could be added to a Sprint account.
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  8. I am sure that the chip makers (Qualcomm) can make a chipset/RF front end that has all the bands that the combined company supports without cdma. The problem would be if there is a loss of voice roaming for Sprint if CDMA voice went away and all voice was over LTE.
  9. I forgot to check mileage yesterday but we put 51 miles on this thing and it worked and handled handoffs just fine.
  10. An interesting development. Boost Mobile founder would pay $2B for brand back from Sprint ahead of T-Mobile mega merger The agreement with Dish for both Boost and Virgin is for $1.4 billion.
  11. After the merger goes through, how soon can we expect to be able to add a phone to our account that doesn't have CDMA support?
  12. I don't understand how this came as a surprise to anyone. Sievert was CMO, then COO, and then President. CEO was his naturally going to be his next move. It seems like he was the brains behind a lot of T-Mobile's uncarrier initiatives, he just doesn't have the cult of personality that John Legere does.
  13. Sievert has been groomed for the CEO job for a while now. While Legere was the showman, Sievert was the man that actually made the plan happen. They need a man at the top with attention to detail to execute the merger plan on time.
  14. In what ways could it impact the merger? Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  15. But right in the middle of a merger to drop a bomb like that? The timing of that announcement is just plain awful. It could actually impact the merger. Robert
  16. I’m not shocked here. John was brought in to perform a certain task and he executed it successfully. So now Mike will be taking over and he’s more of a back room business type of guy. I think we will see The New T-Mobile more align themselves with the big two. The name of the game is now profit and not a free for all. Let’s see how the T-Mobile loyalist take to this news. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
  17. Legere will be out at TMo in 2020. Mike Sievert to replace him. https://www.cnbc.com/2019/11/18/mike-sievert-to-succeed-john-legere-as-ceo-of-t-mobile-on-may-1-2020.html
  18. Hey Rickie... Yeah, I saw that too... wonder what it's about? I hope it's not something lame like John will be staying at T Mob and not going to WeWork or something. Hoping is has to do with Merger in a positive way.
  19. So T-Mobile having last minute business update call at 9am et in the morning....
  20. When we get to a finished product, probably the best way to handle it for our Database editors is to keep a Google Doc that we can keep edited. Then export that to update a SQL Database and then all the markers. That's probably easier (and safer) than giving everyone access to the SQL database. That's essentially what we did in the past. It's just we used Fusion Tables as the database that we edited and then exported it into a Fusion Table static data map. Robert
  21. Here is a rough draft small demo map with a few MMIMO sites in the greater Seattle area: https://projects.viranifamily.net/s4gru/mysql-maps/?map=mmimo_western_wa This is what most users will see. I will be making performance enhancements in the coming weeks, although the map seems to perform well with all of the datasets I've tested thus far - up to 9,000 pins. I currently have not had time to make a publicly-available backend for people to fiddle with, but @S4GRU had a chance to take a look at it and can speak to how it works.
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