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Hi everyone,

 

I had been lurking on this site for a bit and decided to jump in as a member and sponsor.

 

Looking forward to having LTE turned on in our area. The wife and I both have EVO LTEs, upgraded from OG EVO 4Gs.

 

We haven't seen any evidence of active LTE towers yet in Buford or Duluth, but the maps show that it should be available, hopefully soon.

 

- Dave

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Hey, I'm pretty near you and near the Lake Lanier Dam in 30341 area code. I heard from a Sprint rep yesterday that they would 'unblock' the Atlanta market starting today but haven't seen anything but 3G so far today. They're always hope :lol: . I saw on the map our area is pretty saturated with signal so ......

 

I still doubt it will match my wireless signal at 12348+ KPS. My 3G signal is pretty fair at 1916 KPS or 1.87mps.

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