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17 hours ago, Dkoellerwx said:

Is the left hand antenna dual or tri-band? If dual, I didn't know those existed but that's neat. 

Dualband 1.9 + 2.5 with the right a quad port 750 MHz antenna. 

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They are upgrading the entire network, not just cities. So they upgrade each site the moment it is ready. It is typically faster to have a rural site ready to upgrade than an urban site. Backhaul i

Guys. Sprint is better than ever. No more drop calls for me from UPR to Toa Baja and vice versa. Very good LTE speed. UPR Río Piedras Campus have LTE everywhere and usable 3g if LTE isnt available. I'

Your complaints are rather pathetic. To complain right in the middle of active deployment is ridiculous. The speed in which Sprint and Samsung have converted sites in Puerto Rico is unprecedented. E

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Just to let you know .  Att is using three band ca 15 mhz in band 2 10 mhz in band 30 and 5 mhz in band 12, in some parts they use 10 mhz of band 4 .Claro  started using  3ca with two channels of  10 mhz in band 66 and 10 mhz in band 12 these days , they were just  10 mhz of band 4 until now.T mobile was using just 20 mhz in band 4 now with 5mhz in band 2 added and Sprint as you know  uses ca where they have band 41, 5 mhz in band 25 in most parts and band 13 Openmobile coverage

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On 8/20/2018 at 10:53 PM, Robert7 said:

Just to let you know .  Att is using three band ca 15 mhz in band 2 10 mhz in band 30 and 5 mhz in band 12, in some parts they use 10 mhz of band 4 .Claro  started using  3ca with two channels of  10 mhz in band 66 and 10 mhz in band 12 these days , they were just  10 mhz of band 4 until now.T mobile was using just 20 mhz in band 4 now with 5mhz in band 2 added and Sprint as you know  uses ca where they have band 41, 5 mhz in band 25 in most parts and band 13 Openmobile coverage

Is Claro running VoLTE or not yet?

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1 hour ago, nexgencpu said:

Looks like microwave for backhaul.

lol.  The other middle.  Perhaps LTE 750 (700 c 10x10 from the PRWireless PR, LLC deal, dba Open Mobile)  like Verizon -- 700 a used by T-Mobile elsewhere (different bands).  Sprint also has enough 800 for only 1x800.  References:   http://wireless2.fcc.gov/UlsApp/UlsSearch/licenseMap.jsp?licKey=3069548  http://wireless2.fcc.gov/UlsApp/UlsSearch/licenseMap.jsp?licKey=1935940

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1 hour ago, dkyeager said:

lol.  The other middle.  Perhaps LTE 750 (700 c 10x10 from the PRWireless PR, LLC deal, dba Open Mobile)  like Verizon -- 700 a used by T-Mobile elsewhere (different bands).  Sprint also has enough 800 for only 1x800.  References:   http://wireless2.fcc.gov/UlsApp/UlsSearch/licenseMap.jsp?licKey=3069548  http://wireless2.fcc.gov/UlsApp/UlsSearch/licenseMap.jsp?licKey=1935940

Still technically correct!?

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3 hours ago, dkyeager said:

lol.  The other middle.  Perhaps LTE 750 (700 c 10x10 from the PRWireless PR, LLC deal, dba Open Mobile)  like Verizon -- 700 a used by T-Mobile elsewhere (different bands).  Sprint also has enough 800 for only 1x800.  References:   http://wireless2.fcc.gov/UlsApp/UlsSearch/licenseMap.jsp?licKey=3069548  http://wireless2.fcc.gov/UlsApp/UlsSearch/licenseMap.jsp?licKey=1935940

See posts above, it's for 750.

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12 hours ago, Dkoellerwx said:

See posts above, it's for 750.

You are correct about 750.  If caught earlier I would remove it since it is redundant.  It is a different photo as implied later.

I should have just gone to sleep. Before any of these last 24 hour posts. Apologies for being snarky to nextgencpu.

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Well just to let you know Tmobile just  started a  furious deployment of  band 71 in the island , with 10mhz of bw from the total of 50mhz they bought for this market.seems  the are planning to use the rest for 5g

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Look what I found! Was doing some errands in San Germán and my phone suddenly decided to roam on B66 (T-Mobile). First time I see my phone roaming on T-Mobile LTE post roaming agreement.

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21 minutes ago, Robert7 said:

Anybody knows if Sprint galaxy s9 or s9+ have b71..? because i went to a sprint store and checked it didnt

All variants of Galaxy devices are exactly the same, including all bands on all variants, so to answer your question, yes they all do.

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3 minutes ago, Robert7 said:

Lte carrier agregation only in b41 .B25 is so weak that its better to disable in order the phone sees b13 or b66.and b71 now with this roaming agreement

No CA on B25 in the island? 

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