After nearly a month T-Mobile seems to be finally expanding n25 beyond the initial 5 sites they were using. However, it seems to be quite the mess. The three sites near me are all using different size channels. I'm getting a 5Mhz channel that's only using the G Block, a 15Mhz channel that's using the C Block, and a 20Mhz channel that's using C+G, each from a different site all next to each other. Very confusing.
So I hit a N25 last night, but my signal strength reading in the notifications bar was ZERO. And the phone icon in SCP was grey with triangle exclamation. Data worked well, and when I made a phone call it switched to some gsm thing.. It was VERY odd
As others have mentioned, I can't take credit for the phrase, and it has been mentioned for over 3 years just on S4GRU posts. There was a discussion about what to label 312250 as when it started popping up.. the consensus was "Sprint Keep" worked best. It's nice because it gives a little bonus insight into your connection.
I'm curious to know if the A23 can be band-locked. I'm considering buying it through them with the $100/year service, if at all possible, in order to record Dish. I mean, once it's possible to get a Rainbow SIM.
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