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With the merger madness going on, its time to take a little break and look what the Sprint 5G network could do. Over 735mpbs in Houston Texas just before the launch of the 5G network. I wonder if they could pull over 1gpbs with the current configuration.

 

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12 hours ago, NYC126 said:

 

With the merger madness going on, its time to take a little break and look what the Sprint 5G network could do. Over 735mpbs in Houston Texas just before the launch of the 5G network. I wonder if they could pull over 1gpbs with the current configuration.

 

 

14 minutes ago, RedSpark said:

Soon!

No upload speeds in either.

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13 minutes ago, dkyeager said:
 

 

No upload speeds in either.

This is the upload speed achieved during a 5G drive test in Overland Park...

 

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Looks like initial 5G coverage is very very impressive...

 

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2 minutes ago, nexgencpu said:

Looks like initial 5G coverage is very very impressive...

 

 

Indeed. That’s a great start.

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I hope we get an update on official VoLTE support at some point soon.

Forgive me, but it seems a bit ridiculous that Sprint’s talking about launching 5G when VoLTE isn’t officially available nationwide or on popular phones like the S9/S9+/Note 9/Pixel 3 series, etc.

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I hope we get an update on official VoLTE support at some point soon.
Forgive me, but it seems a bit ridiculous that Sprint’s talking about launching 5G when VoLTE isn’t officially available nationwide or on popular phones like the S9/S9+/Note 9/Pixel 3 series, etc.
People have said they have gotten it on the Pixel 3.

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I hope pcmag bas great results in their testing. The upload...well...


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I hope pcmag bas great results in their testing. The upload...well...


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Upload and coverage is why I support the Merger. TMO has the available BW for great uploads

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25 minutes ago, RedSpark said:

I hope we get an update on official VoLTE support at some point soon.

Forgive me, but it seems a bit ridiculous that Sprint’s talking about launching 5G when VoLTE isn’t officially available nationwide or on popular phones like the S9/S9+/Note 9/Pixel 3 series, etc.

What's also funny about this is that VoLTE is required to be enabled on the phone to use 5G.  (according to their website FAQ:  https://www.sprint.com/en/landings/5g.html?INTNAV=TopNav:Shop:5G#faq-09)

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This is the type of good press that I was expecting to see and I'm glad that Saw is setting the right expectations for their network.

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11 minutes ago, Paynefanbro said:

This is the type of good press that I was expecting to see and I'm glad that Saw is setting the right expectations for their network.

Yes. Agreed. This speed test shows the stark difference between LTE and 5G: 

 

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5 minutes ago, RedSpark said:

Yes. Agreed. This speed test shows the stark difference between LTE and 5G: 

 

109 Mbps is basically LTE speeds which are not impressive for 5G.  This is the problem of having only 60mhz dedicated to 5G. I think Tmobile strategy of dedicating the 120mhz 2.5ghz spectrum to 5G now looks great.

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109 Mbps is basically LTE speeds which are not impressive for 5G.  This is the problem of having only 60mhz dedicated to 5G. I think Tmobile strategy of dedicating the 120mhz 2.5ghz spectrum to 5G now looks great.
Sprint actually has been running 40mhz

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John Saw and the crew have really been making the rounds today!

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46 minutes ago, NYC126 said:

109 Mbps is basically LTE speeds which are not impressive for 5G.  This is the problem of having only 60mhz dedicated to 5G. I think Tmobile strategy of dedicating the 120mhz 2.5ghz spectrum to 5G now looks great.

The fact that its 30x faster than LTE in the same location says a hell of a lot! If i hit those speeds in low signal areas id be ultra happy!

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The fact that its 30x faster than LTE in the same location says a hell of a lot! If i hit those speeds in low signal areas id be ultra happy!

That had to be edge of b41


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