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Been lurking on S4GRU for sometime. Finally decided to become a sponsor this week and get the inside track for new cell sites.

 

Cannot wait for tri-band LTE phones! Until then I'll be controlling my data use on a couple of Verizon devices. :-( More extensive network coverage in my area, and existing LTE network. But eagerly awaiting my switch back to Sprint. :-)

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If you haven't checked it out yet, take a look at our market thread in the Sponsor Section:

http://s4gru.com/index.php?/topic/652-network-vision-site-map-west-washington-oregonsw-washington-and-inland-northwest-markets/

 

What part of Portland are you in?

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If you haven't checked it out yet, take a look at our market thread in the Sponsor Section:

http://s4gru.com/ind...thwest-markets/

 

What part of Portland are you in?

Yea, been following that.

 

Live in Oregon City, work downtown PDX. Lots of travel around town to clients. Eagerly awaiting the 800MHz CDMA and LTE rollout later this year (or next year) in the PDX market. =)

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Welcome to S4GRU! Glad to see you already sponsoring and contributing.

 

Robert via Samsung Note II via Tapatalk

 

 

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Yea, been following that.

 

Live in Oregon City, work downtown PDX. Lots of travel around town to clients. Eagerly awaiting the 800MHz CDMA and LTE rollout later this year (or next year) in the PDX market. =)

A few weeks ago I mapped LTE on Sensorly in downtown Oregon City. My parents live in Barclay Hills, Oregon City and saw the LTE signal drop not long after I turned from Washington onto 7th Ave/Molalla Ave.

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