iansltx Posted January 14, 2014 Share Posted January 14, 2014 To condense things to one thread, rather than spreading 'em around (my bad), here's what we know so far: 310-120 gets used for band 25 and 26 LTE, leaving anything else for band 41 (except for some odd behavior on Virgin Mobile) The following MCC-MNC pairs are also assigned to Sprint + Nextel: 311-490 Sprintcom 311-870 Sprintcom 311-880 Sprintcom 311-940 Clearwire 316-010 Nextel Of those, 311-940 at least is used in Denver's TD-LTE deployment. I'll let others chime in. At least 311-870 is used in Austin. I believe another PLMN is used there, but I'm unsure of which one. Also, according to tommym65's post, 311-870 is used in Chicago as well: http://s4gru.com/index.php?/topic/5107-lte-800-band-26-sites-accepted-discussion/page-25 This probably debunks my theory that 311-870 is a "high capacity designation" for sites that could be used for fixed wireless service if the trial in Corpus Christi is successful. My 311-870 view was taken from a "neutral" (T-Mobile) SIM, and that PLMN hasn't shown up anywhere yet where only band 25 LTE is available. What other MCC-MNC combos hve y'all seem for Sprint or its MVNOs? Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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