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In Benson. LTE confirmed and mapped.

 

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Here's a screenshot of Bisbee. Not great signal but since there's only one tower.... Also, FYI I was in old Bisbee if that makes a difference.

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 I talked with a friend who works in Douglas and she stated they have 4G LTE in Douglas. She stated she would download sensorly and map Douglas.

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If anyone wants to grab engineering, network.sprint.com and sensorly suggest new LTE near Broadway/Camino Seco

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I am getting LTE signal strength of -102dB, but I am hundred feet away from the tower on the far east of Houghton, since the signal is not strong is it safe to assume I am not getting LTE from that tower?

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 I talked with a friend who works in Douglas and she stated they have 4G LTE in Douglas. She stated she would download sensorly and map Douglas.

Interesting...my family lives in Douglas I'll have to ask if any of my sisters friends can map further than the one showing in Sensorly.  Good to know, thanks K.G.!  I might be down there this weekend, I might have to take a few "cruises" and see how much cov'g is really there.

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Can a sponsor check for me in the Acceptance Reports Map if Speedway and Mountain (by the University) has had a network vision upgrade yet?  I'm still having problems with eCFSB on my nexus and was wondering how things were going.

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Can a sponsor check for me in the Acceptance Reports Map if Speedway and Mountain (by the University) has had a network vision upgrade yet?  I'm still having problems with eCFSB on my nexus and was wondering how things were going.

 

Just about any time you ask "Can a sponsor check <insert sponsor-only resource here> for me", you can pretty much bet you won't get an answer. Sharing sponsor info can lead to us losing our sponsor status, which we're not all that keen to do.

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Just about any time you ask "Can a sponsor check for me", you can pretty much bet you won't get an answer. Sharing sponsor info can lead to us losing our sponsor status AND getting banned , which we're not all that keen to do.

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New sensorly hot spots at 5th/Rosemont and Oracle/Limberlost. Spot on UA campus growing significantly.

 

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I just got this text from Sprint, " SprintFreeMsg: Over the next month the new network will be largely completed in your area making it better than ever! http://sprint.us/network1 " does any one know if this means 4G will be launched officially?

 

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I just got this text from Sprint, " SprintFreeMsg: Over the next month the new network will be largely completed in your area making it better than ever! http://sprint.us/network1 " does any one know if this means 4G will be launched officially?

 

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No. This is likely a marketing ploy, just reminding you that work is still continuing on the network. This message also went out to users in Nebraska, Kansas, Florida and New York City. 

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I just got this text from Sprint, " SprintFreeMsg: Over the next month the new network will be largely completed in your area making it better than ever! http://sprint.us/network1 " does any one know if this means 4G will be launched officially?

 

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What area you in?

 

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What area you in?

 

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Now seen that same text message pop up in Arizona, Colorado, Connecticut, Florida, Iowa, Kansas, Minnesota, Nebraska, New York, North Carolina, Ohio and South Carolina. Likely has little to do with the actual state of the network in your area, and is just a reminder they are still working on the network.

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I'm in Tucson AZ, Grant/Alvernon area, thanks for answering my question!

 

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Now seen that same text message pop up in Arizona, Colorado, Connecticut, Florida, Iowa, Kansas, Minnesota, Nebraska, New York, North Carolina, Ohio and South Carolina. Likely has little to do with the actual state of the network in your area, and is just a reminder they are still working on the network.

 

Perhaps...  :ninja: Those states match up with what I've seen.

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Perhaps...  :ninja: Those states match up with what I've seen.

 

Not Ohio...

 

Some of the areas the physical work may be nearing completion, but the network is not even close. Unless Sprint has some sort of nationwide rollout ready to go in the next month, I don't expect the text has much to do with anything, except the possibility that CDMA1x 800 is ready to go live in more places. 

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Not except the possibility that CDMA1x 800 is ready to go live in more places.

Well that sure doesn't include this market. We don't even have 800 RRUs.

 

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Well that sure doesn't include this market. We don't even have 800 RRUs.

 

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Then it's just something to keep people interested...

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Not Ohio...

 

Some of the areas the physical work may be nearing completion, but the network is not even close. Unless Sprint has some sort of nationwide rollout ready to go in the next month, I don't expect the text has much to do with anything, except the possibility that CDMA1x 800 is ready to go live in more places. 

I wasn't referring just to the info in the Premier sections... You don't know what I've seen...

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I wasn't referring just to the info in the Premier sections... You don't know what I've seen...

 

Well then. Care to share? Somewhere?

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Well then. Care to share? Somewhere?

 

New cities being announced soonish, that's about all I can say.

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Seen crews working on the tower across from the Air Station in Yuma... Not sure if it's the sprint tower though. I do know that the sprint tower out there is not transmitting 4g yet... Maybe soon?

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I am getting LTE signal strength of -102dB, but I am hundred feet away from the tower on the far east of Houghton, since the signal is not strong is it safe to assume I am not getting LTE from that tower?

you could be depends how panels are configured.  Probably aimed out farther, being close to the tower there not aimed down so they can cover more ground.

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Seen crews working on the tower across from the Air Station in Yuma... Not sure if it's the sprint tower though. I do know that the sprint tower out there is not transmitting 4g yet... Maybe soon?

 

 

If its the one located on 3E and 40th. Sprint is located on the second tier; the top one is At&t.  If the crews are working on the second tier, they might be making final adjustments to the antennas to go live. Same thing happened to the one on Atlantic Ave before it went live. The crews were adjusting the location of the antennas, then about a couple days later the site went live.

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