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Hello from Lake Charles, La.!!


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Just want to thank the guys hosting for some great insight regarding the NV build-out!

 

Also want to give a thumbs up to anyone else from "The Lake" area that's had to wait "patiently" (NOT!) for some real data service. It's been a LONG wait, and I'll be glad when it gets here! :tu:

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Sounds like you're familiar with the Lake? LOL

 

I was kinda pissed when I got my EVO 4G and found out that WIMAX was pretty much non-existent here...especially considering that I had just moved from Houston. :wall:

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