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  1. Both my phones stopped crashing after I turned off battery optimization for SCP. Haven't had an issue in a couple weeks now and my AT&T phone had been crashing multiple times a day before that. I don't think I ever came back and reported that.
    3 points
  2. I expect them to use it; they paid above what VZW did to grab some in a ton of major markets. Dish is 100x more likely to just sell their lone license. Interestingly, TMo only got 20 MHz in Little Rock, Rochester, and SYracuse, but 60 MHz in Albany...40 literally everywhere else. We'll find out what their strategy is on March 11, but my guess is still that n77 will provide a distinct set of freqs for a small cell build out, probably CA'd with 24 GHz, allowing for islands of extra capacity that'll interfere with neither the macro network nor, for the most part, themselves.
    2 points
  3. Figures, I check every day to see if the LG V60 has an update and the one day I didn't an update is issued. Lol Thanks, updating now. Will check signalcheckpro to see if any info is missing on my end.
    1 point
  4. Hmm that looks like NSA 5G with LTE information missing, since there is no 5G cell identity info.. but who knows. Send a diagnostic and I'll see if it's hiding anything good behind the scenes!
    1 point
  5. SA 5G on LG V60 after today's update? (Sprint SIM card)
    1 point
  6. https://www.lightreading.com/5g/c-band-auction-maps-and-charts-who-won-what-where-and-how-much/d/d-id/767682?
    1 point
  7. I'm more of the opinion that they're going to keep the license and pay off whoever is squatting on BRS/EBS licenses. The license covers far more than NYC - the entirety of Rhode Island, a good portion of New Jersey, all of Long Island and the Hudson Valley, and a sizeable chunk of PA. Unless they plan on partitioning the license, it's probably worth more to keep it. Plus, it lines up well with their holdings in Philly and Boston. Additionally, they've previously demonstrated that they're very willing to shell out for licenses in key markets. Even if it's going for far above market value.
    1 point
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  9. Ugh.. new beta coming very soon, not sure if I've solved anything but who knows.. still no crash info coming in.
    1 point
  10. The real question is whether they intend to use this n77 spectrum or trade it for more n41 when the EBS auctions off later. Of course there was no WISPs or cable in this and barely any Dish, all of which could compete for EBS.
    1 point
  11. T-Mobile n77 licenses by location: Location - Block Albany, NY - C2 Albany, NY - C3 Albany, NY - C4 Albuquerque, NM - C3 Albuquerque, NM - C4 Atlanta, GA - C3 Atlanta, GA - C4 Austin, TX - C3 Austin, TX - C4 Baltimore, MD-Washington, DC - C3 Baltimore, MD-Washington, DC - C4 Bellingham, WA - C3 Bellingham, WA - C4 Birmingham, AL - C3 Birmingham, AL - C4 Boise City, ID - C3 Boise City, ID - C4 Boston, MA - C3 Boston, MA - C4 Brownsville, TX - C3 Brownsville, TX - C4 Buffalo, NY - C3 Buffalo, NY - C4 Cape Cor
    1 point
  12. I found a running list of street light and utility poles that have been reserved for 4G/5G small deployment in NYC and turned it into a map. I haven't found a way to share it but I can zoom in on any area and post a pic if you'd like! Just taking a look at my own neighborhood it looks like a light pole at one corner of my block has been reserved. I also came across the proposed design for new small cells in NYC. Lots of info here.
    1 point
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