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Pre-Launch Speeds for 4G LTE, Wimax and 3G according to Sprint


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I received a communication from Sprint today linking me to a webpage about NV launch.

 

Below is one of their webpages indicating speeds for 4G LTE, Wimax and 3G after Network Vision is implemented.

 

Sprint states - "Expected speeds based on testing of deployed sites prior to network launch."

 

http://www.sprint.co...20808:LNL:B2C:T

 

Waiting patiently for SoCal. B)

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I got these speeds the other day.

 

1. AT 151st and Metcalfe, southern Overland Park

 

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2. At blue ridge and 71 hwy in grandview.

 

 

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NIce!!!!

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I received a communication from Sprint today linking me to a webpage about NV launch.

 

Below is one of their webpages indicating speeds for 4G LTE, Wimax and 3G after Network Vision is implemented.

 

Sprint states - "Expected speeds based on testing of deployed sites prior to network launch."

 

http://www.sprint.co...20808:LNL:B2C:T

 

Waiting patiently for SoCal. B)

 

It doesn't seem to be that old. It must have been published after LTE went live in Atlanta and the other cities in July 15th. Still useful info. Thanks for the post!

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It doesn't seem to be that old. It must have been published after LTE went live in Atlanta and the other cities in July 15th. Still useful info. Thanks for the post!

 

This is the internet, anything more than 24 to maybe 48 hours max is considered old information. LOL, :P

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This is the internet, anything more than 24 to maybe 48 hours max is considered old information. LOL, :P

Yes and that's sad. It only speaks to our collective A.D.D. we all seem to suffer from in Westernized, developed nations. LOL. But I also think it unnecessary to from a negative post simply to put down someone else's and that was really my point. Cheers!

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