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  2. There was never going to be a decision until February at the earliest.
  3. I thought we were supposed to have some news (a decision) by now? Did it get pushed back to February?
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  5. It's that time again. OpenSignal January 2020 report is out. No awards for Sprint yet again. Sprint takes second place in the Video Experience metric at 55.5 (good). Number one is Verizon at 58.8 (good). Sprint comes in last in the Voice App Experience metric at 75.6 (acceptable). T-Mobile and AT&T tied for the number one spot at 79.4 and 79.3 respectively. Sprint comes last in the Download Speed Experience metric at 23.9. AT&T takes the award with a 27.5. Sprint comes last in the Upload Speed Experience metric (no surprise there). They scored a 2.7. T-Mobile took the award with an 8.6. Sprint is in third for the Latency Experience metric with a score of 55. AT&T took the award with a score of 49.7. Sprint is in last for the 4G Availability metric with users spending 92.5% of their time on 4G. Verizon took the award with their users spending 95.9% of their time on 4G. Sprint is in last place on the 4G Coverage Experience metric with a score of 8.2/10. Verizon took the award with a score of 9.7/10. There is definitely more yellow on the regional analysis summary than there was last time.
  6. I didn't have any issues in West Palm last year. My AT&T line, on the other hand, had absolutely terrible service. HSPA all over the place despite them owning both the Cellular A and B blocks.
  7. No call again. I have a feeling there won't be another call if the merger is approved. However, if it is not approved, there will have to be a CYA call to explain the next steps for the company.
  8. I just left Sprint for visible and was able to use volte. ( Thanks vzw). I'm back now cause I bought the S10+. Sent from my SM-G975U1 using Tapatalk
  9. I still can't believe the S8 got volte 15 months ago. I couldn't take calling plus anymore so I went S10 5G and never looked back. If you need to see how bad calling plus is look no further than rootmetrics calling scores that Sprint has been getting since they started using S9's. Sent from my SM-G977P using Tapatalk
  10. An unofficial post on the OneUI2 beta community claims that the beta has gone final and has been released to the carriers for testing. I don't know how accurate this is but it's been a while (Jan 6) since we got a beta update. Since the original roadmap showed a January release, it's quite possible that the next update will include Android 10/OneUI2.
  11. Well hopefully the super bowl is changing all of that Sent from my SM-G975U1 using Tapatalk
  12. I know for the West Palm/Miami market indoor reception reception is a big problem. A lot of concrete and steel building and only 5x5 of B26 which wasn't deployed initially at the start of LTE deployment. Cell spacing isn't the best either for the more residential areas.
  13. The other thing is now people are claiming that Sprint will be sold for parts if the merger fails. Sent from my SM-G975U1 using Tapatalk
  14. Which I don't understand lots of Florida has both 3x41 and 15x15 B25. Now Miami is 3x41 and only 5x5 for everything else but still Sent from my SM-G975U1 using Tapatalk
  15. If the merger fails, they need to rebrand and get their hands on Dishes spectrum. Sprint does need 600 MHz, some people have complained about them not getting that. Sent from my SM-G975U1 using Tapatalk
  16. https://newsroom.sprint.com/sprint-corporation-schedules-fiscal-2019-third-quarter-results-announcement.htm OVERLAND PARK, Kan., Jan. 23, 2020 /PRNewswire/ -- Sprint Corporation (NYSE: S) will release its fiscal 2019 third quarter financial results on Monday, Jan. 27, 2020. The results, including a message from management, will be posted at www.sprint.com/investors at approximately 8 a.m. ET. Sprint management will not host a conference call.
  17. It's funny how much goalposts get moved as time has gone on. For years people complained that Sprints greatest downfall was how slow their network is. Now that they're faster than both Verizon and T-Mobile speed doesn't matter? Within their current footprint, Sprint is the most competitive carrier there is. They're a lot like T-Mobile at the start of "Uncarrier". They offer a great combo of speed and price. Sprint is stuck because their brand is ruined. No one wants to join Sprint no matter how many good things people say about them and because of that Sprint can't get the revenue to do meaningful coverage expansion (which is what I'm assuming most of you who are complaining want). That's why they're so focused on beefing up their current network and deploying 5G. They're hoping that more people within their current footprint will join and stay and when they have a solid foundation of users and a strong urban/suburban network they can finally focus on building out their network everywhere else. It's literally the T-Mobile formula.
  18. Would like to know this also. Florida has been a declining Sprint market according to RootMetrics.
  19. I'll agree with you that coverage hasn't improved much. But "Sprint has just stalled" is definitely not true. They've been working hard on upgrading and improving what they've got and it shows in the speed test data.
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