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  1. Found my first sprint only site to t-mobile conversion! https://imgur.com/a/reKsIRG wasn't live yet as far as i could tell so must have just been done.
    6 points
  2. A few weeks ago, my company moved its thousands of corporate mobile devices from Sprint to T-Mobile not using TMX but rather a full port to T-Mobile billing. Each user was sent an email informing them that they would be receiving a T-Mobile SIM card in the mail and that they should not replace their SIM card until they received an email telling them when to do so. If they switched early, their device would switch to a temporary telephone number and would stay that way until they restarted their phone after the number port. They had to verify their address and agree to this procedure. Users could opt to go to a T-Mobile store to do this for them at the appropriate time if they chose not to do it themselves. If they did not make the SIM switch after the time listed, their device would stop working. I received my T-Mobile SIM card a few days later in the mail and waited. I received my email and a text message stating that my number was being ported from Sprint to T-Mobile. At the date and time listed in my email, my Sprint iPhone started displaying no service. I powered it down, switched the SIM card and powered it back up. It came up as T-Mobile with my number and my plan was now changed to a T-Mobile business plan. Easy to do.
    4 points
  3. These threads are a joke. 28 upvotes on a comment that says "NYC and east of the city seem to be on a steady decline the past couple of months". Uh, would you like to specify where? There's only 5K+ sites in that area. That's not to say that I haven't been seeing some slow speeds. For example, I stepped out of the subway into Union Sq Park the other day and was only able to pull ~2Mb/s on n41. Or congested (but still usable) service on some LTE-only macros in certain areas of Harlem. Or some congested LTE oDAS nodes in Williamsburg. But this happens on a block by block basis. On the other hand, more often than not I'm pulling 300+ Mb/s. I rounded the corner at Union Sq and was immediately able to to pull a 400Mb/s speedtest. My average speed at home has gone from 200Mb/s two months ago to hovering around 300Mb/s. Etc, etc, etc.
    1 point
  4. Despite the chorus of complaints and the (now weekly) Reddit thread stating that T-Mobile is getting worse and how everything has gone downhill I'm still spotting more and more n41 and still getting super fast speeds. I took this test at a red light in midtown around 42nd St and Second Ave this afternoon.
    1 point
  5. Haven't seen this mentioned anywhere, but it looks like some B48 deployments were mapped in the Bronx back in April/May. eNBs 146589 & 146586 on CellMapper.
    1 point
  6. The Sprint site at 520/202 was decommissioned a few weeks ago. Everything was pulled off the pole.
    1 point
  7. I drove a 5G router I built across the county last week and every site is still 200Mb p/s peak. They did bring up two band 41 carriers in LTE at 20 and 15 MHz and another 5MHz of Sprint's former PCS. There is a lot of bandwidth on air but looks like they will provision more throughput from fiber after they are finished building. Enjoy this 4k video of a 4 sector site that is currently being built on the local campus.
    1 point
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