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Ah, I made a mistake then. I wondered why info was so sparse. Thank you. Feel free to delete this all and my account or whatever.

look around the forums I bet 1,000 dollars you will see somthing about Phoenix instead of ranting and violating the rules here.
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There is a great wealth of info available on this site. Even more for sponsors. Your first post was most likely deleted because of your rant against sprint. The Mods do not tolerate that on this site.

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Is there a schedule for Phoenix to get 4G?


I'd guess not by you deleting posts without responding.


Permits have been pulled for several sites in Phoenix for NV work to begin. In the Sponsors section, we actually have a map of those towers that have permits for upgrades. Yes, other markets have gotten their upgrades before Phoenix, but it is on the way.

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Ah, I made a mistake then. I wondered why info was so sparse. Thank you. Feel free to delete this all and my account or whatever.


These links should be useful to you..








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