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New LTE Market Launches Monday, March 4th - IN/LA/NC/PA/PR/TX/WI


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And who knows when Philadelphia Market is going to be up..... between massive permit screwups, fiber backhaul cluster^%!#s, and feuding contractors, we might NEVER see LTE.

 

I guess you weren't looking at the Philly thread today... LTE is up all over the place as of this afternoon. Not widespread by any means, but it is live at many locations across the metro. Which is very very good news for the Philly market. It should spread quickly from this point one.

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Hey not sure if this is the right place to post but I am currently in fort Myers fl and have been getting lte this week at my condo. I am off south tamiami ail. My peak down is 21+ and 10 or so up. I do have screen shots but do not know how to upload. The lte is in and out. I think the tower is about a half mile away. Oddly enough my signal is stronger in my 3rd floor room instead of outside. Possibly because I'm too close. I figured out photo

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