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For a device to work well on Sprint's network, you want to see the following:

 

CDMA Band 1, 10

LTE Band 25, 26, 41 (B12 would be great for future RRRP/CCA partners, but isn't a must)

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For a device to work well on Sprint's network, you want to see the following:

 

CDMA Band 1, 10

LTE Band 25, 26, 41 (B12 would be great for future RRRP/CCA partners, but isn't a must)

 

You really want CDMA Band Class 0 too.  Not having any Cellular band roaming would be tough.

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You really want CDMA Band Class 0 too. Not having any Cellular band roaming would be tough.

Wow, can't believe I forgot that one [emoji15] [emoji15] [emoji15]

 

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You really want CDMA Band Class 0 too.  Not having any Cellular band roaming would be tough.

Now that I think about it, didn't Sprint get an 850 license in Wisconsin with the USCC deal?  I think i remembered reading that they deployed native cellular coverage with that.

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