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  1. Coverage map was just updated before these sites went On Air. Haven't had a chance to go around and see in person yet. Asurion Lead Technical Consultant II Sent from my Pixel 2 using Tapatalk
  2. 24 sites just went online yesterday for B26 LTE around Tucson and Sierra Vista. In addition to the 3-4 sites that have been going up each week for 1x800 all over the place. Asurion Lead Technical Consultant II Sent from my Pixel 2 using Tapatalk
  3. GLANCE shows the upgrade date, not necessarily whether it is actively broadcasting yet. That being said, for 2.5GHz upgrades in the area they have been the same date. And the network will move you where it wants to put you. So it may not let you on 800MHz if 1900MHz is fine. There isn't enough room on 800MHz for everyone. Asurion Lead Technical Consultant II Sent from my Pixel 2 using Tapatalk
  4. Well there's been 4 (Edit: 5) 1x800 sites put online across Tucson this week so far, 1 in Sierra Vista, and 1 in Green Valley. And that's just the On-air Notifications from GLANCE which seem to be delayed a bit. They do state 4G 800 has been completed as well but without a date for it. TUCSON: Congress/Stone area Sunrise/Craycroft area Greasewood/Anklam area Park/18th area EDIT: Found another near Orange Grove/La Cholla that doesn't have any date listed, so no On-Air notification. SIERRA VISTA: Busby/7th area GREEN VALLEY: Basically Southern GV area. Asurion Lead Technical Consultant I
  5. Had to come in for an hour or so. It's roughly in the I-10/Congress area. It's not on a major intersection itself, it's a rooftop site on one of the buildings around there. It also lists LTE 800 as completed as well on that site in addition to 1x800 voice. Asurion Lead Technical Consultant II Sent from my Pixel 2 using Tapatalk
  6. Info came from GLANCE, not my device. So it could be a reporting error, but less likely at least here. Asurion Lead Technical Consultant II Sent from my Pixel 2 using Tapatalk
  7. I'll have to look when I get back to work on Wednesday. But from memory it was basically the I-10 and Broadway area. Asurion Lead Technical Consultant II Sent from my Pixel 2 using Tapatalk
  8. Just got an On Air notification for a 1x800 voice upgrade on a site in downtown Tucson. I don't remember seeing any other 1x800 yet that close to the border. Sent from my Pixel 2 using Tapatalk
  9. GLANCE yesterday suddenly updated showing two towers with 2xCA updates completed a few days ago. It also showed those same towers estimated 3 months for B41 though. Both on the outskirts of town, opposite sides. Me being curious, I decided to go take a look at midnight last night/this morning. I figured if they were up and broadcasting that should be a good low usage time for some speed tests. SignalCheck Pro was inconclusive, just said LTE with no Band shown on both my G5 and Pixel. GCI: 6E04E12. SignalSpy on my Project Fi phone (don't have it loaded on the G5) showed "Band 41? (2
  10. It appears it was CDMA international roaming specifically, removal of all remaining international CDMA roaming with the exception of Canada.
  11. Same thing I did before, I'm a Retail Tech. BTW, got it updated. The entire PRL system is much simpler now than it used to be.
  12. Well, now that I'm back at Sprint again, I have access to the matrix I had before. It's a different and less user-friendly thing now unfortunately. I'll try and rework the first post with a new system and keep it updated going forwards again.
  13. Hey, I'm one of the two active moderators over at /r/Sprint. Yeah we've only got two for the place and somehow it isn't burning down. I haven't been very active around here lately, but used to be quite a bit. I'm definitely interested, just send me a PM here, a PM over on reddit, or send a message to the moderators over at /r/Sprint and we can talk about it.
  14. Yes, the 51xxx series is the correct series for all tri-band LTE devices. The Nexus 5 was recently updated to tri-band LTE, so either series technically would have worked the same on it, the network may have been sending 55xxx series to N5 devices by default. Now however, it should be getting 51xxx series. The 51xxx series is intended for devices capable of SV-LTE, since the N5 is not capable of maintaining separate 3G and LTE connections it shouldn't be getting this series. It should instead be getting the 51xxx series. However, it is a fairly well-known fact that Sprint uses
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