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  1. I went into NYC this weekend and every time I lost data service (subway), the only way to get it back was to airplane mode cycle. Not sure if this is a "feature" of the transition. I was also in Phlly and had zero usable service at 30th Street Station, which is a major transport hub.
  2. Galaxy S8 in NJ As of this morning, phone is only showing Tmobile bands. Im on LTE 4 right now. Performance is piss poor.
  3. Thanks for the answer on 71 guys. WTF Sony, if the band is so important, wtf would they release a phone in late 2020 without it? Its the perfect phone too 😰
  4. How important is band 71? I sort of checked out on all this tmobile stuff, and still see the world through the lens of 25/26/41
  5. Hey guys, I have a couple of questions. I recently took the train for the first time since March. This was my daily commute, and it would pass through 2 Sprint dead zones. Well, 99% dead - sometimes I would grab a signal but not enough to even open a simple web page or email. I knew exactly where I was on my commute based on this. I was hoping with Tmobile, that issue would be solved. Instead I got this image. Does it means that Tmobile is even worse in that specific location than Sprint? Also, I am interested in purchasing this phone when it comes out in December. Will I
  6. Up the coast, Ford Bragg, Eureka, Crescent City, with stops at the national parks along the way. So route 1 and 101. I have a Galaxy S8 Active, so I believe no on 71
  7. My roaming on Verizon wasnt as impressive. 0.64 down and 0.69 up. It showed as Ev-DO Rev A, not LTE That being said, it was a rural area, and it let me do what I needed to do, which was open a web page I also roamed on US Cellular, but thats just Tmobile right?
  8. So I took a road-trip in northern (way north) California, and the new combined Sprint/T-mobile network was almost nowhere to be found. In fact, found myself roaming on Verizon most of the time...and even got some very usable data! I can't recall the last time Verizon roaming let me use data. How long do we expect that to continue?
  9. I know its been asked and answered, but I cant find it, so here I go... Sony is releasing a new phone I'm very interested. Like all Sony phones, it doesn't support CDMA. https://www.sony.com/electronics/smartphones/xperia-1m2 https://www.gsmarena.com/sony_xperia_1_ii-10096.php LTE bands: 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 7, 8, 12, 13, 17, 19, 20, 25, 26, 28, 29, 32, 34, 38, 39, 40, 41, 46, 66 I'd be interested in buying it around Black Friday, as its way too pricey at launch. Is it likely that I will be able to add a non-CDMA phone to my Sprint plan by November?
  10. Hey guys. My dad has an older Airave (2 or 3) that has been gibing him a red light and not working. Whats the best play right now? Call in for a newer airave, try and get a magic box, or wait for tmobile boxes?
  11. I did a test that someone here suggested, where I turned off the Sprint bands Only got me onto Tmobile band 12 and speeds were atrocious. Like 0.3 atrocious.
  12. Im a little worried about how the global plans will transfer. I still have Open World which gives me high speed data in all of Latin America.
  13. The developer says I need the newest version of Android. Im on 8.0 and I guess I need to be on 9.0 for this app to work. Ive had bad experiences with Samsung and Andorid updates, so I will continue to hold off.
  14. I get "hidden network settings activity not found on this device" when I push "launch band selection". Do I need to be rooted?
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