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I was on lunch today at tmobile checking out their plan prices. One of the reps came up and asked what service you on? I said Sprint and she immediately went on this rant on how sprint is slow, ouch

Its finally happened!!!! Sprint overtook Tmobile on Netindex in Manhattan!!     Next...Verizon!!

Had an interesting wireless story today... Drove up to Lake Welch NY. We got there way too late and ended up not being able to get in the park due to it being at capacity.   So a bunch of us pull o

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Back on track, there is a dedicated section of the site for Apple and Android discussions guys.

 

As for LTE, I still stand by my statement that faster speed is subjective and relative, and nothing more than bragging rights.

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Lmaoo , we just got a little side wined , its fun to talk about something beside LTE at all times , only if you guys want to tho , & im bouta have that LTE today , im going upstate & the route that I take there is covered in PURPLE on sensorly im gonna be lovin it , I'll post speedtest .

 

We have forums to discuss those other things. This is just the wrong thread for it. Thanks.

 

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We have forums to discuss those other things. This is just the wrong thread for it. Thanks.

 

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Okay no problem I understand the strictness of these forums .

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You wont get 4G LTE if you dont go with the Tappan Zee bridge.

 

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Make sure to go through the Bronx... CrossBronx expressway... you'll be stuck in traffic but you'll have great time running speed tests.

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You wont get 4G LTE if you dont go with the Tappan Zee bridge.

 

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I don't know exactly which way im going bc im taking the USA Coach Bus , & I do believe they take the way you guys are saying .

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Im so annoyed just passed through the Bronx with a bunch of heavy purple blotches on it & not once did my phone connect to LTE , im confused , is the Network to crowded .

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Im so annoyed just passed through the Bronx with a bunch of heavy purple blotches on it & not once did my phone connect to LTE , im confused , is the Network to crowded .

 

Try flipping airplane mode and back.

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Even try to shut down and reboot. Hope you don't pass the area before you get connected.

 

Just did that i honestly don't know wtf is going on

Im confused & its pissin me off that im stuck on this 3G network

 

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