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Sprint reveals Kankakee as an LTE market


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Well. There hasn't been an official press release from Sprint so I wouldn't say its official yet. Its no secret that Sprint has been using Kankakee as a LTE market testbed. I don't know what the basis of the Fiercewireless article is all about.

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S4GRU announced the Kankakee cluster a long time ago. It has also been on our Network Vision maps for a long time too. However, one of the things that many people don't realize is the Kankakee cluster is east of the city of Kankakee straddling the Illinois/Indiana state line. It doesn't actually cover the city proper of Kankakee at all.

 

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Wow this article is way far behind..

 

those were my thoughts too. lol. They just posted this on Phandroid. I commented, "This is reallly old news for anyone who has been to www.s4gru.com"

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those were my thoughts too. lol. They just posted this on Phandroid. I commented, "This is reallly old news for anyone who has been to www.s4gru.com"

 

Meanwhile, we are posting LTE coverage maps of Olathe, Kansas and Atlanta, Georgia around here. And they will talk about that a long time from now as if it will be new news.

 

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those were my thoughts too. lol. They just posted this on Phandroid. I commented, "This is reallly old news for anyone who has been to www.s4gru.com"

i love their android forums but their writing at Phandoid sometimes leads me to say what the hell. I was going to reply but you beat me to it and I really cant stand that disqus sign on using a phone. On a pc it works fine.

 

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