Jump to content

How can LOCATION X get LTE before LOCATION Y?!


newspapercrane

Recommended Posts

This is absolutely ridiculous, LOCATION X? LOCATION X? Really? Why do they have LTE before LOCATION Y?! LOCATION Y is a very important place with Sprint customers that are definitely more important than the Sprint customers in LOCATION X. Why is LOCATION Y more imporant? Because I live there, that's why. Every location home to a resident as great as I am deserves LTE before LOCATION X!

  • Like 1
Link to comment
Share on other sites

This is absolutely ridiculous, LOCATION X? LOCATION X? Really? Why do they have LTE before LOCATION Y?! LOCATION Y is a very important place with Sprint customers that are definitely more important than the Sprint customers in LOCATION X. Why is LOCATION Y more imporant? Because I live there, that's why. Every location home to a resident as great as I am deserves LTE before LOCATION X!

 

As entertaining as your post is, and I often deal with irrational people who say exactly that, I'm confused at the point of your post. Is it just to be an outlet for frustration at those folks?

 

Robert

Link to comment
Share on other sites

As entertaining as your post is, and I often deal with irrational people who say exactly that, I'm confused at the point of your post. Is it just to be an outlet for frustration at those folks?

 

Robert

Correct. I'm tired of reading threads of people who seem to think they are entitled to service sooner because they live in a major city. Sprint knows what they're doing with their rollout plan, they aren't just throwing darts at a Map.
  • Like 7
Link to comment
Share on other sites

So what you're saying is that rural Minnesota is not more important than, and doesn't deserve LTE any faster than other places? Preposterous! I want it all, and I want it now! :)

  • Like 2
Link to comment
Share on other sites

So what you're saying is that rural Minnesota is not more important than, and doesn't deserve LTE any faster than other places? Preposterous! I want it all, and I want it now! :)

 

Here you go, Veruca, sweetie...

 

Any S4GRU member who complains like a diva about Network Vision and/or LTE availability needs to be met each time with this video clip.

 

"I want it NOW!"

 

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0Ju56c5qX5w

 

AJ

  • Like 4
Link to comment
Share on other sites

What is your point?

 

I personally think LTE would be of great benefit in Death Valley. Maybe then folks could shop on walmart.com for a/c window units instead of sweltering through life. Or perhaps they could discover there are other places with more hospitable climates. YES! LTE in Death Valley or BUST! NOW!!!!!!!!

Link to comment
Share on other sites

First Amendment to the United States Constitution

 

 

Freedom of speech

 

http://en.wikipedia....es_Constitution

 

Eighth amendment to the United States Constitution

 

Prohibition of cruel and unusual treatment

 

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Eighth_Amendment_to_the_United_States_Constitution

  • Like 1
Link to comment
Share on other sites

First Amendment to the United States Constitution

 

 

Freedom of speech

 

http://en.wikipedia....es_Constitution

 

Try cavalierly yelling "FIRE!" in a crowded theater in Colorado Springs and see how that so called 'freedom of speech' works out for you. (And, yes, the fire/Colorado Springs pun is intentional.)

 

AJ

Link to comment
Share on other sites

Try cavalierly yelling "FIRE!" in a crowded theater in Colorado Springs and see how that so called 'freedom of speech' works out for you. (And, yes, the fire/Colorado Springs pun is intentional.)

 

AJ

http://www.infowars.com/man-kicked-off-flight-over-anti-tsa-shirt/

Try wearing an Anti-TSA shirt on a plane.

Link to comment
Share on other sites

I love when folks trot out the first amendment when talking about general speech. Here's the text with the relevant words bolded.

 

Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion, or prohibiting the free exercise thereof; or abridging the freedom of speech, or of the press; or the right of the people peaceably to assemble, and to petition the Government for a redress of grievances.

 

If it doesn't deal with the government creating laws that prohibit or restrict free speech then the first amendment is irrelevant. That's why companies firing employees for what they say is not a first amendment issue. That's why sports teams prohibiting players from tweeting or texting about team issues is not a first amendment issue.

Link to comment
Share on other sites

[...]

That's why companies firing employees for what they say is not a first amendment issue. That's why sports teams prohibiting players from tweeting or texting about team issues is not a first amendment issue.

 

QFT

Link to comment
Share on other sites

First Amendment to the United States Constitution

 

 

Freedom of speech

 

http://en.wikipedia....es_Constitution

 

The first Amendment only applies to the government preventing freedoms. Almost all websites are independently owned and operated and thus are not covered by the First Amendment in any way shape or form. Quoting the Amendment without appropriate context just shows your ignorance to the actual content and purpose of the Constitutional Amendment and why it was added in the first place.

 

I get sick and tired of people quiting the First Amendment without actually understanding it. What has our education system come to? This coming from a 23 year old, non-college graduate, who was educated in the public school system in Arizona, ranked 45th in the Nation when I graduated...

  • Like 3
Link to comment
Share on other sites

 

The first Amendment only applies to the government preventing freedoms. Almost all websites are independently owned and operated and thus are not covered by the First Amendment in any way shape or form. Quoting the Amendment without appropriate context just shows your ignorance to the actual content and purpose of the Constitutional Amendment and why it was added in the first place.

 

I get sick and tired of people quiting the First Amendment without actually understanding it. What has our education system come to? This coming from a 23 year old' date=' non-college graduate, who was educated in the public school system in Arizona, ranked 45th in the Nation when I graduated...[/quote']

 

I also hate when people act like a jackwad and when you call them on it, they respond with" free country"

 

It is free, but that doesn't guarantee the right to be a jackwagon without consequences.

  • Like 2
Link to comment
Share on other sites

I propose we get back on topic, Sprint should obviously have LTE in LOCATION Z first because everyone will need it when the Z-POCALYPSE happens.

  • Like 4
Link to comment
Share on other sites

  • 2 weeks later...

Nope, the sad thing is that if one wants to get an answer for a question, then they need to actually make a question that can be answered. instead of stating location x and location y which for all intent and purposes can mean anything, anywhere to a whole bunch of folks, just state the names of the locations and then an answer may be forthcoming. As posted, the question cannot be answered properly and therefore the thread is of no use to anyone.

 

As for the post of the First Amendment, Freedom of Speech may work out in the political arena or the media at large, in a democracy. but here this is a forum owned and operated by Robert. It is not a democracy, It is a run and operated by him and maintained and overlooked by moderators that carry out his wishes and mission statement.

 

Such postings make no sense (especially as written without actual locales) even in the off-topic section, and therefore has no purpose.

 

Thread Closed.

  • Like 1
Link to comment
Share on other sites

Guest
This topic is now closed to further replies.
  • large.unreadcontent.png.6ef00db54e758d06

  • gallery_1_23_9202.png

  • Posts

    • Another SCP beta is rolling out now, with some bugfixes as usual but also some fun new options to test: Non-standalone 5G-NR cells can now display Site Notes. This feature works in the same manner as how neighbor cell notes are displayed, requiring a PCI and your device's location. This option is enabled by default. As is the case with neighbor cell notes, you cannot edit NSA site notes directly unless there is an NCI being reported (which I have never seen); it uses the previously recorded standalone log entries. Like neighbor notes, if a cell has been previously logged but there is no note, you will see the distance information only.   Logging cells that are not reporting a valid PLMN is now possible. This option is disabled by default, but if you enable it along with two other options (log sites with missing GCI/NCI and to log sites with missing TAC), you should begin logging most NSA 5G-NR cells. A PCI is needed at a minimum, which is not always reported depending on your device and network factors. ("Sites" will be renamed to "cells" on the Preferences menu in the next update.)   Users can enable an option to display LTE cells above 5G-NR cells in the app if they choose to do so. This option is disabled by default. Should help improve the readability of your screen if you have NSA 5G-NR cells constantly appearing/disappearing. Please give these options a try and let me know if you notice any issues.. thanks!
    • Not yet. We probably won't see one submitted until construction on the new building is substantially complete. 
    • Yes, that is where the site used to be. All the antennas were removed. I hope they add a new site soon. Have any permits been submitted for a new site?
    • Looks like there's a slightly taller building going up next door to where the decommissioned site used to be. Taking a look at StreetView, T-Mobile likely decommissioned the site because the east facing sector would blocked by the new building. If I had to guess, T-Mobile has already agreed to move to the roof of the new building and is just waiting for it to be completed to install the site there. What they should've done is just rearrange the sectors in the meantime but it seems like T-Mobile just bit the bullet and decommed the tower in the short term. — — — — — A permit was issued for a Sprint conversion at 150 Prospect Park West, finally filling in what is T-Mobile's largest coverage gap in Park Slope. Verizon is collocated on that building and AT&T has placed small cells along Prospect Park West to fill in coverage there while T-Mobile struggled using two sites, one at Grand Army Plaza at the far north and another at Bartel Pritchard Square to the far south.  
    • Yep, you can see the site was taken down between Aug 2022 and Apr 2023.
  • Recently Browsing

    • No registered users viewing this page.
×
×
  • Create New...