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Just mapped some 4g on Cooper St.  near Woodbury.  Speedtest was 8 down 1 up.

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This is a nextel tower it look like it has new equipment on it since last month. Is any of this LTE on the tower?post-26389-0-51322300-1383023276_thumb.jpg

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*Please Be Gentle* - Quick question for you experienced LTE Sensorly Trackers:  In the Woodbury area for three days, there was a consistent 4G signal (ranging from 6-15 down).  Today when I was mapping, there was just 3G.  Is this part of the testing phase?  Also, is there an app that anyone knows that gives you a notification when you obtain a 4G signal?  I have an HTC One. 

 

Thanks in advance!

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*Please Be Gentle* - Quick question for you experienced LTE Sensorly Trackers:  In the Woodbury area for three days, there was a consistent 4G signal (ranging from 6-15 down).  Today when I was mapping, there was just 3G.  Is this part of the testing phase?  Also, is there an app that anyone knows that gives you a notification when you obtain a 4G signal?  I have an HTC One. 

 

Thanks in advance!

Seems quite normal and yes get this app.

 

https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.blueline.signalcheck&hl=en

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work has finally started on my tower , they seem to be putting up new rru's! 

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*Please Be Gentle* - Quick question for you experienced LTE Sensorly Trackers:  In the Woodbury area for three days, there was a consistent 4G signal (ranging from 6-15 down).  Today when I was mapping, there was just 3G.  Is this part of the testing phase?  Also, is there an app that anyone knows that gives you a notification when you obtain a 4G signal?  I have an HTC One. 

 

Thanks in advance!

 

It could be testing, or they took the 4G side down for tweaking. It happens more often than not.

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South jersey moving faster than delaware only 13 towers accept lte in 2 montbs very slow . Most nv is done in de in 80 percwnt range now just need thw back haul.

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It's on in some areas of Atlantic city, just slow. Personally I'm waiting for ventnor to be lit up. The tower in egg harbor near plasantville is on, 20 MBS down this morning...

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thats pretty slow how about today is it in the testing phase or is it actually staying on ...

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Idk man, I live in ventnor heights, work in egg harbor. I don't really spend a lot of time in AC unless in driving through it or running errands. Either way I usually have lte turned off because I don't get a signal at my house yet.

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Found some LTE on route 206 in Burlington County near Columbus.  Drive by every day.  Today is the first day I got a LTE signal.  Mapped it on Sensorly.  

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I was driving home from Cape May to North Wildwood about 1:30 today. I always have sensorly running since I got my Note 3. The battery is awesome, and they have been updating sensorly almost daily. I picked up LTE between the parkway and Wildwood. I was a passenger. I then drove back in my car to do some mapping. I only did East to West so far, but I get signal from near Menz restaurant, to the Wildwood bridge. I also did some speed tests, they are running 18-20 mb down. I dont know if this is just testing or not. I checked with the local Radioshack store to see if they got signal, and they said they first saw it yesterday when they were activating a boost. The amazing thing to me is the mapping is up on Sensorly less than two hours after I mapped it. I willl map more in the next few days

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Rode the river line yesterday.....terrible cell coverage. No 4g, and 3g was on and off.

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Rode the river line yesterday.....terrible cell coverage. No 4g, and 3g was on and off.

where is north jersey dose the river line run

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where is north jersey dose the river line run

Its the line between Trenton and Camden

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okay

 

Its the line between Trenton and Camden
was there a lot of roaming

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okay

 

was there a lot of roaming

 

 

Nope, a lot of areas with simply no service, and then when on 3G (sprint), speeds were unusable.

 

Much better in Camden, but I dont think I connected to 4g.

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Nope, a lot of areas with simply no service, and then when on 3G (sprint), speeds were unusable.

 

Much better in Camden, but I dont think I connected to 4g.

dang sprint has lots of work to do...

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After months of 1.5Mb plus on 3g, my home tower has dropped to an unusable speed. I've been getting a weak, intermittent lte signal during that time that cuts out after a minute or two. I hope tomorrow is the day they flip the switch

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