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I am reporting that work has begun in southwest Florida region. Speeds are increasing greatly from 100-200 KB per second to 1-1.5 MB per second. Also signal has being getting better in a variety of locations around the region. The final reason I can confirm this is that near my house workers are updating a tower replacing legacy equipment with newer equipment. The other day I stopped by the site and asked if they were updating Sprint's equipment and the worker said they were installing LTE equipment. The worker said the network should fully be up in running in Southwest Florida with in six months.

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I am reporting that work has begun in southwest Florida region. Speeds are increasing greatly from 100-200 KB per second to 1-1.5 MB per second. Also signal has being getting better in a variety of locations around the region. The final reason I can confirm this is that near my house workers are updating a tower replacing legacy equipment with newer equipment. The other day I stopped by the site and asked if they were updating Sprint's equipment and the worker said they were installing LTE equipment. The worker said the network should fully be up in running in Southwest Florida with in six months.

 

Doing a quick glance, I do not see any escalation to the schedule in South West Florida market. However, backhaul and equipment deliveries, and setting of NV equipment cabinets occurs in advance of market deployment. Respond with Site ID's of the sites you noticed work at and I will check them out for you.

 

Robert

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Can you say which cities this falls under?

 

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What cities does what fall under?

 

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