Jump to content


S4GRU Member
  • Content Count

  • Joined

  • Last visited

Community Reputation

1 Neutral

About Kinolay

  • Rank
    Member Level: Smoke Signals

Profile Information

  • Phones/Devices
    EVO 4G LTE
  • Gender
  • Location
    Columbus, OH
  • Here for...
  1. If they completed the tower and antennas with no back haul that's exactly what you would experience. Not the norm though. Speeds should be in the five to ten meg range. What's your ping time of you don't mind me asking...? Ping was around 60 ms. It was really disheartening to see such slow speeds. On the plus side, before I left, the speeds in Grove City were back to near normal. I had commented in this thread a couple of weeks ago that Grove City speeds were practically nil, but before I left for San Francisco, they were up around 0.5 - 1 Mbps up and down. Sent from my GT-P5110 using Tapatalk HD
  2. I'm out in the San Francisco area for the weekend, and I'm getting 1 meg down and 2 megs up on LTE. Are those the kinds of speeds we're expecting after NV is complete? I used to get equivalent speeds on 3G IN some areas before they started tearing up the network.
  3. That's weird. Until about three months ago, I was always impressed with the speeds I'd get, especially just south of 270 on Broadway. In any case, I hope it's a sign of upgrades happening.
  4. I haven't been able to get reception in Grove City near 270 and Broadway in two days.
  5. Yeah, I never really leave Bio Sci. I'm really interested to see how things are once we start to see the benefits of Network Vision.
  6. I've never been able to get good speeds on campus. Sent from my GT-P5110 using Tapatalk HD
  7. I've lived in Grove City for about four years, and I was always amazed at the great speeds down here. . . Until Sprint announced Network Vision. Now, the speeds are abysmal, and I lose any call about 90% of the time while traveling on 70 near Frank Rd. It's all really strange timing. I expected things to get better, not worse. It's good to hear some of you saying that you're seeing improvements! Maybe these are just growing pains down here. Sent from my GT-P5110 using Tapatalk HD
  8. I think the GS3 and the EVO LTE are remarkable pieces of hardware, but the GS3 seems to have fewer hardware issues and received the JB update first. Everything's all topsy turvy. I got the EVO because my OG EVO was always at the forefront and was essentially impeccable hardware, and the Samsung phones were rife with GPS and other problems that come with cheap plasticy phones.
  • Create New...