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As for DC, they are just about to start lighting up 4G all over the market. It will be a lot like Baltimore where there was virtually no LTE for a long time, then all of a sudden a whole bunch goes live right before launch. DC will have quite a bit of LTE sites go live in November.

 

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Then I'll keep the faith this month and hope this comes true. I just wonder if the 3G problems will be resolved simultaneously to the LTE unveiling, or if the two facets are unrelated, leading to an odd disparity of coverage.

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As for DC, they are just about to start lighting up 4G all over the market. It will be a lot like Baltimore where there was virtually no LTE for a long time, then all of a sudden a whole bunch goes live right before launch. DC will have quite a bit of LTE sites go live in November.

 

Now you've gone and gotten me all excited! Can't wait to see some LTE action on my Note 2.

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Then I'll keep the faith this month and hope this comes true. I just wonder if the 3G problems will be resolved simultaneously to the LTE unveiling, or if the two facets are unrelated, leading to an odd disparity of coverage.

 

Faith still waning. ;( Just disappointed that other MD locations go hot on Friday while the DC market suffers.

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Faith still waning. ;( Just disappointed that other MD locations go hot on Friday while the DC market suffers.

 

Not sure what this has to do with this site... sounds more like a comment for your personal blog, or facebook status. Not S4GRU.com S4GRU Posting Guidelines (a.k.a. The Rulez)

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Folks in dc how soon ya all forget... Network vision was moving along nicely lte as well in dc... Then June 29th freak storm the "dericho" hit uprooted trees devastated power lines and set back sprints efforts by a bunch. Then just as they get close again.. Hurricane sandy hits... Weather has not been kind. But at least your network is in the works.. Come to phoenix... I'll trade my 7k down and 25k up at the airport. For yours any day.

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