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So, I find this interesting.  I work on Buckley AFB in Aurora, CO and I have noticed that while I have B25 and B41 I never get B26.  I have followed this to Thornton, CO where my home is with the same showings.  B25 and B41 with 3G.  I am wondering if B26 is not turned on in those areas.  I have to say, they could certainly use is as I do drop to 3G a lot.

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So, I find this interesting.  I work on Buckley AFB in Aurora, CO and I have noticed that while I have B25 and B41 I never get B26.  I have followed this to Thornton, CO where my home is with the same showings.  B25 and B41 with 3G.  I am wondering if B26 is not turned on in those areas.  I have to say, they could certainly use is as I do drop to 3G a lot.

 

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