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I think they are going to announce the "completion" of network vision. Remember sprint announced network vision and lte will be deployed to 250 million by mid year. June 23 is technically mid year.

 

 

In other words I'm not expecting anything new or surprising

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Hd voice and the completion of the 3g build would be my guess.

 

That.

 

Plus; voice improvements on 800, a mention of LTE live on 2/3rds of NV 1.0 site covering a pop. of x#, Spark coverage already for y#,and NV 2.0 is rolling out (as planned?).

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Yeah I saw this earlier today but the most amusing part to me is the fact that, predictably, the CNET comments are laden with anti Sprint propaganda/rampant ranting. Honestly... there aren't many areas untouched by at least nv 1.0 so..why are they hating so very hard? Is there any validity to their diarrhea-at-the-mouth word vomit?

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A press event to announce NV "completion" would be a terrible idea. For current customers and potential new customers that aren't in completed areas it would be very irritating to see a grand announcement while they still have not seen the NV love.

 

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That cost extra....

 

Ah, geez, is this the "4G fee" again?  I can just see it now.  I will be paying the extra $10 and told I will get a happy ending this summer.  But next year, I will still be waiting.

 

You did get the fractured speech pattern right, though.  "You want happy ending?  That cost extra.  Me love you long time."

 

AJ

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Prior to thr announcing of the spotify relationship, some thought that would be about HD voice. Perhaps hd voice across majority of network and more cities "launched" since launch and completion have nothing in common. And of course, the promise of a happy ending lol

 

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A press event to announce NV "completion" would be a terrible idea. For current customers and potential new customers that aren't in completed areas it would be very irritating to see a grand announcement while they still have not seen the NV love.

 

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I agree

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Probably officially announcing the Merger with Big Pink (Magenta)...haha....i kid...but not really...LOL

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Yeah I saw this earlier today but the most amusing part to me is the fact that, predictably, the CNET comments are laden with anti Sprint propaganda/rampant ranting. Honestly... there aren't many areas untouched by at least nv 1.0 so..why are they hating so very hard? Is there any validity to their diarrhea-at-the-mouth word vomit?

Screw 'em. I'll boot 'em in the ass on the way out the door if they want to leave Sprint. They would complain no matter what...Magenta's poor coverage, Big Red's pricing, Deathstars' megalomania. Quite humorous if you ask me. They might be the first ones to crawl back to Sprint in a year when their perfect world is an unrealized fantasy. My coworker left AT&T for T-Mobile a month ago. I tried to convince her to sign up with Sprint (I get magnificent CDMA1x 800 voice coverage deep inside the building and LTE from the ground floor up). She had no service with AT&T. She still has no service with T-Mobile. Smack dab in the middle of the Sunset Strip. The local tower is even Sprint/T-Mobile shared. Go figure.

 

 

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I agree, which reminds me of this old pic.

 

GreenerGrass.jpg

 

I also feel that most will return as well. anyway, lets get back to the topic at hand.

Anyone else have ideas of what it can be about. The HD Voice seems to be the most logical one so far.

 

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I have a feeling we may hear something about the merger. They may "officially" announce it to the public. I also think they will give performance numbers of their network and where they are on the upgrade process.

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Screw 'em. I'll boot 'em in the ass on the way out the door if they want to leave Sprint. They would complain no matter what...Magenta's poor coverage, Big Red's pricing, Deathstars' megalomania. Quite humorous if you ask me. They might be the first ones to crawl back to Sprint in a year when their perfect world is an unrealized fantasy. My coworker left AT&T for T-Mobile a month ago. I tried to convince her to sign up with Sprint (I get magnificent CDMA1x 800 voice coverage deep inside the building and LTE from the ground floor up). She had no service with AT&T. She still has no service with T-Mobile. Smack dab in the middle of the Sunset Strip. The local tower is even Sprint/T-Mobile shared. Go figure.

 

 

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Slightly off topic, but I had the same experience when I tried my t-mobile prepaid SIM in the N5 while in my basement. T-mobile was nonexistent as I expect, but sprint was able to maintain 1x 1900 connection. Sprint and t-mobile share the same tower for the one that services my home.

 

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