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Where it says "map detail options" along the top of the map. You may have to be zoomed in to a certain point before they show up though. I think blue is new and green is future.

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Where it says "map detail options" along the top of the map. You may have to be zoomed in to a certain point before they show up though. I think blue is new and green is future.

 

Got it, thanks!

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How much is sponsor?

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Here is more information about S4GRU Sponsorship: http://s4gru.com/ind...come-a-sponsor/

 

Robert via Nexus 7 with Tapatalk HD

Thanks for the info!

 

And, I do not have a LTE capable device so I will not be able to go check out the tower. Sorry. But, when I do get one I hope it is even closer to my house!

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They've sold the 128 gig model since February 5th. How do I know this - the rollout for it happened on my wife's birthday. No, she didn't get one. But she wanted one.

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As some of you know, I live in Willmar MN. I was looking at sensorly today and I see purple in Kandiohi, like 10 minutes from my house! Idk if this is wrong or what this is...

 

A cell site was recently signed off as LTE ready in that area, so it is the real thing. Go check it out!

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LTE is between 4.5 and 5 miles from me in every direction! Driving me nuts! Come on St. Michael, when you gonna get LTE!

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I know the way you feel here in Bloomington. It's all around me but not here yet. Patience....is a virtue.

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A cell site was recently signed off as LTE ready in that area, so it is the real thing. Go check it out!

I don't have an LTE device, so I cannot speed test it. Sorry. :/

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I know the way you feel here in Bloomington. It's all around me but not here yet. Patience....is a virtue.

 

Yea, Roseville too. Ugh.

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I am mad too, i have LTE available, but no LTE device... >.<

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As long as we're admitting foolish things. I turn lte off to save battery. I get 3x the battery on cdma

 

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I know the way you feel here in Bloomington. It's all around me but not here yet. Patience....is a virtue.

 

Yup, I feel for you guys, but still waiting down here too.

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As long as we're admitting foolish things. I turn lte off to save battery. I get 3x the battery on cdma

 

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Really? I've never seen a battery difference. Are you thinking it's due to the thin amount of LTE of at the moment?

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Possible. I know some wireless technologies turn up the power when they can't find signal. Could be that even though it's on the same chip, lte is still a power hungry wireless technology. Could be anecdotal placebo, seems to help my phone last a day though!

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I too have not seen any difference in battery life in LTE mode on any Sprint LTE device (except the GNex and Viper).

 

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Last night I met some friends and the second I got off the highway I saw Samsung RRUs up on the tower nearst the highway eit and I was in "LTE Land". Northeast Minneapolis. A place called Psycho Suzi's Motor Lounge is where they wanted to meet. I had LTE the entire time. Nice.

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I used to love going there. Haven't been there since they moved though. Sprint really seems to be concentrating on north western region of the twin cities.

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It was amazing. I hit 394 heading into downtown and it was LTE all the way to Nor'deast.

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I work downtown and travel via 100 to 394 and noticed a few areas where the signal drops, but otherwise the signal seems strong, especially in St Louis Park.

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Today is the day when a lot of towers are usually turned on! Let's hope a bunch are!

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