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If you live in Southern California then YOU (and others like you) would be the source of any new band 26 reports.  So we are all looking to you SoCal residents to let us all know when and where it begins to pop up. Everyone knows you guys really need it and everyone knows what all is in play and why it's been such a long and exhaustive process. But as this site is not at all related to nor sponsored by Sprint nor Softbank then all we (and you) can do is simply wait for it to begin showing up. 

In the meantime I would suggest a Verizon or AT&T MVNO like Straight Talk or Cricket until Sprint is a better contender in your area.  Instead of getting frustrated,  just use a better service. I think they call that "voting with your wallet."

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