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Showing content with the highest reputation on 04/02/2021 in Posts

  1. The salesperson at the store gets a commission. Make certain it is the strongest signal where you need it. They don't really want you to change back -- ie get a free line first with a t-mobile sim if you need to test).
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  2. T-Mobile may be gearing up to take 2538.2 MHz (20Mhz B41) off of Sprint small cells onto their macro network. The vast majority of Sprint small cells I found had 2538 on them, with only a select small cell around Nostrand Avenue and President Street having 2523 (10 MHz) and 2538. Now, all the Sprint small cells I have passed recently only have 2523 instead of 2538. In Nokia markets, T-Mobile has 2538 and 2558 (20+20 MHz) on macros with n41. Its possible they may be trying to do the same thing in NYC now, especially since the 6449 Ericsson panels can do the entire band.
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  3. A test reaching speeds near 400Mbps can use over 500MB of data. If you're getting faster than that, easy to pull 1GB of data per test.
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  4. I always thought it was smarter for T-Mobile to partner with one of the existing streaming services instead of trying to create their own. I'm glad they chose YouTube TV since I already use it and it integrates well with Google Home and the Chromecast with Google TV if you're in that ecosystem. Also pretty beneficial for both Google and T-Mobile since it could potentially draw customers to both services.
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