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Hello i live in DC and we are in the process of getting network vision implemented. And i have some questions:

 

1. Is network vision really that good?(faster speeds, more coverage etc..)

 

2.Is indoor coverage better?

 

3.Stronger signal strength?

 

4.Internet speeds faster?

 

5.3G really that much better?

 

In general is it really that much of a difference?

 

Thank you and sorry for the bad english not my first language.

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Hello i live in DC and we are in the process of getting network vision implemented. And i have some questions:

 

1. Is network vision really that good?(faster speeds, more coverage etc..)

 

2.Is indoor coverage better?

 

3.Stronger signal strength?

 

4.Internet speeds faster?

 

5.3G really that much better?

 

In general is it really that much of a difference?

 

Thank you and sorry for the bad english not my first language.

 

1) Yes.

 

2) Yes

 

3) Yes

 

4) Yes

 

5) Yes

 

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I'd move up from an F to a D- anytime. :-)

 

That was my philosophy in college!

 

Robert via Nexus 7 with Tapatalk HD

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Hello i live in DC and we are in the process of getting network vision implemented. And i have some questions:

 

1. Is network vision really that good?(faster speeds, more coverage etc..)

 

2.Is indoor coverage better?

 

3.Stronger signal strength?

 

4.Internet speeds faster?

 

5.3G really that much better?

 

In general is it really that much of a difference?

 

Thank you and sorry for the bad english not my first language.

 

1) yes, and it will only get better as time goes on.

 

2) there are marginal improvements with the initial NV build, but once 800mhz is deployed, there will be noticeable improvements.

 

3) you'll see stronger signal, but it goes hand in hand with your #2 question.

 

4) yes, I can do a 3G signal speed test now at an NV site and average 2Mbps down and 0.9Mmbps up. On average I see 10+Mbps down and 3Mbps up on LTE.

 

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5) see #4

 

 

 

 

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