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  1. 4 points
    You might just want to cough up the $3. Then there can be logging (best cell signal per site by band and sector for your carrier optionally showing that specific location). Besides, Mike is fueled by beer money. 🍺
  2. 2 points
    This is the first time that they're admitting they're growing fast and their network can't handle it. If you watch the T-Mobile subreddit, this is something that people have been saying for the better part of 2 years now. T-Mobile already lost their "fastest network" crown to AT&T and according to Ookla, Sprint is either matching or exceeding their average speeds in most markets.
  3. 1 point
    There was a report posted not too long ago that showed who struggled the worst with congestion in 12 major cities. I can't for the life of me remember which company posted it. I do remember though that T-Mobile took the crown for worst congestion during peak time in 10 of these 12 cities. Does anyone remember who created that report? I FOUND IT! It was RootMetrics! https://www.rootmetrics.com/en-US/content/review-of-the-us-mobile-landscape-US-1H-2019 Turns out T-Mobile took the crown for worst congestion in 10 out of 13 cities, not 10 out of 12.
  4. 1 point
    He really is. Mike's pleasant work is in every device on our account that isn't a ToS non compliant router; constantly getting fresh updates. I really enjoy his app.
  5. 1 point
    Ok, just wanted to post and make you aware of the situation, if you didn't already. Thanks love the app Sent from my Pixel 4 XL using Tapatalk
  6. 1 point
    Yes, some of you disagree with me. That's to be expected. Sprint sucks in some places. But Sprint is not only great in my area, but they're actually the best. And in most metro areas, they are perfectly usable. But guess what? T-mobile sucks in many places. And I can tell you here in their home market, they're the worst carrier. Verizon also stinks in places too. I suppose if I lived in a crappy Sprint market, I'd go. But I can tell you I see more and more people who leave Sprint and either come back or even if they don't, admit that the network wasn't as bad as they thought and there was a complete over dramatization in the disparity in networks. Everybody's gotta do what's best for themselves. And if leaving Sprint is best for you, I certainly wouldn't hold it against anyone. I've seen many go over the years. And I still sit here plugging away behind the keyboard. But the one thing that won't continue is the overly negative drumbeat that's happening in this thread. You all are starting to build off each other's negativity, causing the conversation to become one sided and pointless. Don't want to hear ad infinitum the same droll negative grumblings. Especially the same 'ol criticisms and Sprint can't be trusted. Frankly, the drama is not true. Sprint took longer, yes, but it did upgrade its network, and the performance is better. And on the whole, it's better than its ever been. So it cannot be said Sprint didn't do it. They did. So let's stick to the thread discussion, which is the merger. Not on the network performance on Lower Botswana Avenue and your thoughts on changing networks because of your block. Robert
  7. 1 point
    It's been 4-1/2 years, but I am happy to announce we have a new member joining S4GRU Staff. Please join me in welcoming RAvirani in joining the Staff here at S4GRU. Rey has been a key member helping visitors to S4GRU for years. We are grateful to have him join the ranks. It feels like he has been a part of the team for quite some time. Seems fitting and overdue. Thanks Rey for accepting the invitation. You must be a little crazy to agree! Now @RAvirani will have full moderator powers and responsibilities as well. Welcome aboard!Robert
  8. 1 point
    Forgot to post this the other week. This is from JFK Terminal 5 Sent from my SM-G975U using Tapatalk
  9. 1 point
    can anyone comment on the unlocking of the device? the face unlock makes me a bit nervous. With fingerprint, i can quickly unlock it with one hand close to my lap, while driving and not even be looking down at the device. i have a hard time believing the face unlock stuff can be as quick and easy as a fingerprint...am i wrong?
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