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Hey people, how about we move non-NV deployment talk to a new thread and quit hijacking Robert's

 

Denny, as long as they are talking about how wonderful S4GRU is, I don't mind so much. :hah:

 

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All I want to hear about is where Richmond, VA falls onto the schedule? It looks like we're being surrounded with D.C. primed and Charlotte waiting in the wings.

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No word on San Diego?

 

No Wimax, and typical "3G" speeds in 170kbps range. I gave up 3Mbps on T-Mobile for this a year ago! Bad decision.

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No word on San Diego?

 

No Wimax, and typical "3G" speeds in 170kbps range. I gave up 3Mbps on T-Mobile for this a year ago! Bad decision.

 

I have the word on San Diego. But I am announcing them in order. Stay tuned.

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any word on MPLS ST. Paul markets. And how do you find out what markets are, is there a map that shows the break up of the markets.

 

We aren't ready to announce the Minnesota market yet. We are scrambling on making market maps for all 97 markets. However, we haven't done Minnesota yet. Stay tuned. We will hopefully have more maps in the next week!

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any word on MPLS ST. Paul markets. And how do you find out what markets are, is there a map that shows the break up of the markets.

 

Sprint is giving the Twin Cities the cold shoulder.

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I know I'm taking a long shot here, but it would be nice to know if Phoenix or Tucson would be included in this years deployment.

I live in Yuma AZ and usually get upgraded once Tucson gets their upgrades.

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I know I'm taking a long shot here, but it would be nice to know if Phoenix or Tucson would be included in this years deployment.

I live in Yuma AZ and usually get upgraded once Tucson gets their upgrades.

 

I'm Thinking (read: hoping) Phoenix will start this year, however if it is, pry not starting till late in the year. (fingers crossed!) We should find out here in the next week or so, I would imagine. Heres looking forward to more S4GRU.com updates!

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We aren't ready to announce the Minnesota market yet. We are scrambling on making market maps for all 97 markets. However, we haven't done Minnesota yet. Stay tuned. We will hopefully have more maps in the next week!

 

I should be able to make some more. I am thinking of changing the highlight color though as the yellow is hard to look at sometimes. I did it for the sprint color but I might go with a blue or red to make it easier to see. Let me know your thoughts.

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I should be able to make some more. I am thinking of changing the highlight color though as the yellow is hard to look at sometimes. I did it for the sprint color but I might go with a blue or red to make it easier to see. Let me know your thoughts.

 

I liked the idea of Sprint yellow. However, yellow does make it difficult to view. I'm not big on red or blue though given the associations with Verizon and ATT. I wouldn't use magenta either. ;)

 

Any other color should look good. Maybe a green or orange?

 

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So Robert what you are saying is that here in Chicago were getting some LTE love this October? Didn't know you have this inside info, just would like to say thank you for keeping me updated. If it weren't for you I would have jumped ship already.

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I liked the idea of Sprint yellow. However, yellow does make it difficult to view. I'm not big on red or blue though given the associations with Verizon and ATT. I wouldn't use magenta either.

 

Any other color should look good. Maybe a green or orange?

 

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Yeah I was thinking the same about the colors. Maybe purple?

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So Robert what you are saying is that here in Chicago were getting some LTE love this October? Didn't know you have this inside info' date=' just would like to say thank you for keeping me updated. If it weren't for you I would have jumped ship already.[/quote']

 

If everything stays on schedule, the entire Chicago market should be done in early October. I am planning a Chicago market follow up article in the next week. Just waiting on a couple of return calls.

 

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