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hello my name is daniel Lodish i m wanting to become a sprint customer but i m debating on wether to wait until sprint rolls out there LTE to my town or get it ahead of time and or wait until its actually here...any advice help or network news or new tower deployments info would be appreciated :) thanks Daniel Lodish

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Hi Daniel, welcome to the forums.

 

There are plenty of people who would be happy to help you out! We do have a thread that's just for Central Jersey, located here: http://s4gru.com/ind...-jersey-market/

 

If you head on over there you'll find plenty of information as well as what people have seen of the network so far.

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