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At 144th & f st where I work, there are serious data rate issues. Half the time I cant even check my facebook!! It's been this way for months and only recently have I decided to take action. I spoke with sprint on the phone, at the sprint store a couple blocks away, and on the sprint forums. Sounds like there is an issue with data capacity with the closest tower, but there is no tentative date of completion. :(


Below is the typical data rates I get while at work (outside of my building)


Test Date: Mar 15, 2013 12:03 PM

Connection Type: Cellular

Server: Plattsmouth, NE

Download: 0.02 Mbps

Upload: 0.15 Mbps

Ping: 897 ms

External IP:

Internal IP:

Latitude: 41.2198

Longitude: -96.1416

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Hello and welcome to the forums.


We don't currently have much information on the West Iowa/Nebraska market. Work should be starting in the next couple of months, but that's about all we know at this time.


For the more information, please see our West Iowa / Nebraska thread: http://s4gru.com/index.php?/topic/2495-network-visionlte-market-west-iowanebraska-market-omahacouncil-bluffslincoln

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