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Groovy indeed but still extremely expensive.

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I did pick up band 66 in broomfield Colorado the other day.  I'm on sprint.  

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I did pick up band 66 in broomfield Colorado the other day.  I'm on sprint.  
That's good that shows that roaming with T-Mobile is active with Sprint

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Band 71 expansion sighted in South Jerseyae7669579734cf7c1f966ccea6b2cb8d.jpg416eb36d0ba4a9fcc54efa3606737c8b.jpg

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I push terabytes of upload via cellular. For 15-20 bucks a line I can cover several locations and a car or two with cat-12 goodness for 120 a month. Each use case is different and pricing plans vary so much but ya can't knock people for getting online the best way they can fren  
Terabytes of upload via cellular? Sheesh don't let Mr. Shepherd get wind of that!

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T-Mobile is delaying their 5G launch until the second half of this year because phones with the X50 modem don't support 600MHz 5G, only mmWave and some sub-6GHz bands.

https://www.theverge.com/2019/2/25/18239670/tmobile-5g-launch-delay-second-half-2019

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T-Mobile is delaying their 5G launch until the second half of this year because phones with the X50 modem don't support 600MHz 5G, only mmWave and some sub-6GHz bands.
https://www.theverge.com/2019/2/25/18239670/tmobile-5g-launch-delay-second-half-2019
I'm not concerned about 5th generation coverage. For 1 all I care is that my phone has a consistent usable connection. I don't care about millimeter this millimeter that speed this speed that. The only thing I care about is it consistent reliable connection where I live and work and play the most. Speed is meaningless to me to an extent. All I care about is being able to do the stuff I do on my phone with a reasonable time frame.

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12 hours ago, danlodish345 said:

I'm not concerned about 5th generation coverage. For 1 all I care is that my phone has a consistent usable connection. I don't care about millimeter this millimeter that speed this speed that. The only thing I care about is it consistent reliable connection where I live and work and play the most. Speed is meaningless to me to an extent. All I care about is being able to do the stuff I do on my phone with a reasonable time frame.

While T-Mobile could have awesome mmWave 5G in Ohio, the  more important 5G story is the 600MHz nationwide.  It is believed they have been saving half of it for 5G, which should basically double speeds at the edge.  Even more if they CA it with 4G.  So rather than a few people in the heart of major city downtowns benefiting, those inside buildings and at the edge of service should benefit the most.

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While T-Mobile could have awesome mmWave 5G in Ohio, the  more important 5G story is the 600MHz nationwide.  It is believed they have been saving half of it for 5G, which should basically double speeds at the edge.  Even more if they CA it with 4G.  So rather than a few people in the heart of major city downtowns benefiting, those inside buildings and at the edge of service should benefit the most.
I don't disagree with you. I totally agree with you 600 megahertz plays a very key role with T-Mobile's 5th generation Network. I've seen many documentation of where the millimeter wave petered out very early and with little trivial things like rain and leaves. So yes I do agree with you once again that 600 megahertz is mission critical for the future for T-Mobile.

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Found this on r/tmobile. 
 
Seems PCS HSPA services is turned off. Seems like there pulling that capacity to LTE.7262ae88aa1b99804a123a5b8e114da8.jpg

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Found this on r/tmobile. 
 
Band 71 is live in East Brunswick. And band 66 which is great 9f15544db23404afd8b16b285886bd91.jpgc0e79b5d03494c6be86c7442ae713e6a.jpg

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The first one is a band 4 speed test the other one is band 66 speed test as noted by the engineering menus32eb373cb7e7b70e4dcf323f438e18d4.jpgc6afe8e1247b481dbce24236814ba3c3.jpg6566b0e4c70c27617ca73cf7bfda3ccd.jpgfdc0b39f52a4aed3c5fab8833829cc73.jpg

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58 minutes ago, danlodish345 said:

 

Hey DanLodish345. I had the same thing come up the other day on my embedded router.
Check out those earfcns'  You are seeing some sweet MFBI fren. 66736 is the band mask translation for 2140MHz,  2250 refers to the same block, 2140MHz just when detected as Band 4 by your handset, that indicates blocks D(5MHz) + E(5MHz) for 10MHz FDD. It just kicked on here, hopefully AWS-3 capacity is coming.
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The best part, I was roaming on Sprint :D Top is L66, bottom is band(s) L4+5+2 aggregated. It was the first I had seen of it as well. See how the math is exactly the same as yours?

We scored band 2 installations EOY 17,  5MHz is LTE on rural sites, city builds at 10MHz started appearing last summer so the rest should turn over soon, our whole market was modernized over the last year. Those speeds are really fast! Have a great day.

 

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