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  1. Looks like Sprint and T Mobile have been active around my house. I see at least 3 new small cells that have going up in the last 2 weeks and are active. I can pull a band 41 signal from 2 of them... the 3rd I'm assuming is Sprint or T-Mo? I'm not sure what the T-Mobile small cells look like. Its very good to see progress. Does anyone know if the small cells can broadcast more than one frequency? Ie... if the merger is approved and T-Mo turns band 41 into 5G... then I assume I will not be able to pull that in with my Samsung 9+?
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  2. T-Mobile is renovating its Bellevue HQ in anticipation of the merger: https://www.t-mobile.com/news/new-hq-remodel $160 Million over 3 years. Good times over T-Mobile....
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  3. I figured out that we can connect to the Passpoint Secure wifi network by manually specifying AKA as the authentication method. I'm assuming the same works for any other Hotspot 2.0 provider that Sprint has a partnership with. Sent from my Pixel 2 XL using Tapatalk
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  4. arj6 Nov1 sec. Sent from my SM-G965U1 using Tapatalk
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  5. Post on the Sprint reddit. Someone there will probably be able to take care of it relatively quickly.
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  7. As you guys are all excited to find a 10mhz carrier, I found a small cell popping up in the storage room at my office. They replaced the power panel the other day and brought in fiber. Today they are putting the hole in the roof (and patching the leak around the boiler.) Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk
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  8. The way I think of 5G in layman's terms is by following the history of "cord cutting". Cord cutting allows the user to stop using an expensive wired connection in exchange for performing the same or similar function over a different wire or over a wireless connection they are already paying for thereby saving money. Many years ago, people started to realize that they could get rid of their wired home telephone and its associated charges and only use their mobile phone or Voice over IP (VOIP) for voice calls. This "telephone cord cutting" movement was primarily caused by the mobile phone
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  9. The coverage map was updated today and it includes T-Mobile roaming as Extended! Take a look: http://coverage.sprint.com
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  10. Welcome! Maps are generally "theoretical" based on a whole sleuth of what came by summed up as black magic (RF is weird) so it's always a YMMV. The biggest issue is the essential phone you got only exacerbated what issues as it has one of the worst if not worst RF performances on any devices I've ever experienced. If your old signal was weak already then it' may just be non existent with a worse RF performing device. In that case your only alternative is using WiFI or getting a LTE Femto Cell (Magic Box / Airave 4) in a few weeks when they become available.
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