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Tucson/Yuma members...hear me clearly. I AM DONE WITH WHINING AND RANTING!!!   Leave Sprint. Please. We won't beg you to stay. But if you are going to stay around S4GRU, you will post within t

I am getting lte by 1st and stone tucson!!! Will share pics later!   Sent from my SPH-L720 using Tapatalk    

So the good news is that I just saw a buddy of mine that I haven't seen since high school..  It was great   The Great news is that he works for Century Link and they were installing back haul to the

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Seeing sensorly populate I'm blown away. 5 sites?!?!

 

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I just went to take a look, you need to be close to see all the data, but there are several sites active, not just a couple that's for sure.

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My phone let's me do screenshots, Google maps, Sensorly, and engineering screens at then same time ;)

 

Perhaps we can't multitask that well...

 

I also just realized I have an S3 and can run multiple apps simultaneously on screen thereby negating this restriction... damn.

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Did anyone pick up lte on the east side? Broadway and Houghton area?

I didn't go out that far, but the tower at Broadway and Harrison is broadcasting lte.

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I mapped in Drexel Heights while I was there, should be appearing..

 

I hope LTE comes to my local tower (E Valencia and Benson Hwy)

I hope lte comes to the tower near my house soon too! Speedway/alvernon :D ( as a bonus for me the tower is literally like 500 ft away!)

 

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I hope lte comes to the tower near my house soon too! Speedway/alvernon :D ( as a bonus for me the tower is literally like 500 ft away!)

 

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I would rather have the tower close to my work upgraded, got wi-fi at home so it doesn't really matter to me. Plus the one by my work has the equipment and the one by my house has legacy panels..

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I would rather have the tower close to my work upgraded, got wi-fi at home so it doesn't really matter to me. Plus the one by my work has the equipment and the one by my house has legacy panels..

Yeah I have wifi at home too but its only around 10mbps and lte tower that close I might be pulling 20 mbps+ ! ;)

 

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My coworker reported lte love at alvernon and 29th,,, alvernon and 22nd and country club and 22nd. I'll have to grab my buddies note 2 to map it but I'll try to have it mapped soon if someone could take a look if they're on their way to work, on iPhone I can't seem to find the option like I had on my droid

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