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His picture is a good representation of him. What a clown... "coming through the 3G towers so you can use a EVDO radio to connect"


All I can say is facepalm


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"You cant fix stupid."


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What really kills me is when people make up their own explanations in blatant ignorance of the easy and obvious documentation, explanation, and educational resources available to them. I don't have the advanced network understanding that so many of you here have. However, I refuse to make up with imagination what Im too lazy or distracted to learn.

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Hmmm...not sure if trolling or actually is serious.


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You would think he is trolling but these guys are just nuts.


I got into somewhat of an argument with some Verizon-lover over @ android central. He was insisting that Verizon had "thousands" of small cells around NYC even though I showed him that the CTO of Verizon said they planned to deploy small cells later this year, and they had yet to deploy a single small cell.


He, without any proof whatsoever, continued to argue that since he lived in New York and with the number of bars he had, he was unequivocally qualified to say how many small cells Verizon had. It was hilarious.

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I saw his speed test results after he switched the radio from WiMax to LTE. He posted them here http://s4gru.com/index.php?/topic/905-sprint-4g-lte-50mbps-max-out-lte-san-antonio/page__hl__planetearth


50Mbps download, maybe Sprint should be putting converted WiMax radios in all their new phones... :rofl:

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