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About jasonsteele

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    iPhone XR, iPad Air, Netgear Zing 771S
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    Peoria, AZ
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  1. I had an issue yesterday on my iPhone XR. I’m in a Walgreens in an area that is in between cell sites, usually Band 26 outdoors. I usually drop to EVDO or even 1x in the store, but found my phone roaming on what I believe to be AT&T LTE (MCC-MNC 310-410). Left the store and drove 10 miles to a laser tag venue, Sprint cell site across the street in plain view. My son’s iPhone XR was pulling 175 Mbps on band 41, my phone was still stuck on AT&T roaming until I reset with airplane mode. I’m guessing my phone was stuck on stupid? Another issue, my phone was also stuck on 1x driving home from work the other day for at least 10 miles before I reset with airplane mode. I’ve had the phone for 2 months, just rejoined Sprint after 3 years with AT&T. Strange. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk Pro
  2. Nice work! There are a few Mobilitie sites in the LA portion of Harbor Gateway as well, I can’t verify them because I don’t live in LA anymore and I only have an iPad on Sprint. I remember one on Carson one block west of Normandie... Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk Pro
  3. I was finally able to log in, so far so good. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk Pro
  4. Tapatalk logged me out when upgrading and now it won’t let me log in using the forum username and password. Tried deleting and reinstalling, nothing works. I’ve never had a problem until now.
  5. I’m using Tapatalk Pro, latest update, and had no problems on iPhone 7 Plus on AT&T or WiFi. Also, Tapatalk Pro on Sprint iPad Air no problems. Sent from my iPhone 7 Plus using Tapatalk Pro
  6. I can honestly say I've never had my a****** l***** by a fat man in an overcoat. But as they say, "don't knock it 'til you've tried it"... Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk Pro
  7. Give me a five dollar billAnd an overcoat too A five dollar bill and an overcoat too A five dollar bill and a Florsheim shoe. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk Pro
  8. I actually saw one way down south on Carson Street just west of Normandie last month when I was in town. LA city strip between Torrance and Carson. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk Pro
  9. Only overloaded a couple of times so far that I've noticed in the past two months, a Saturday near Arrowhead mall and a weekday near Sky Harbor...but even so it was usable for what I needed (around 4 Mbps). Otherwise no problems, and I'm all over the place from Peoria to far east Mesa. Not once has music streaming skipped or hesitated while driving. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk Pro
  10. I moved to Phoenix four months ago from Orange County, switched to AT&T because I could only get 1x at work and EVDO in my neighborhood. So far, AT&T works very well in the valley, rarely drop LTE due to B12. Will jump back to Sprint eventually if B26 helps out and they decide to deploy small cells. The move to AT&T was never meant to be permanent for me. Sent from my iPhone using Tapatalk Pro
  11. I'm moving to Phoenix October 1, wife and kid are already there. I'll be traveling from West Hollywood to Phoenix and back every weekend in September, I'll be on the lookout [emoji102] Sent from my iPhone 6s Plus using Tapatalk
  12. Yes, as a matter of fact I had unbroken LTE from West Hollywood to just past Wiley's Well...220 miles. Didn't drop to EVDO once. I was streaming iTunes Match the entire time. Up until Blythe, that is. That's a first, usually data was mostly unusable on that stretch of the 10 through the desert. Even checking email didn't work. So things are indeed still improving. I would of mapped if I didn't have an iPhone. Sent from my iPhone 6s Plus using Tapatalk
  13. B25 LTE switched on the towers between Indio and just outside Blythe on I-10, nice long stretch. Cactus City rest stop, Chiriaco Summit, Desert Center, all the way to the Wiley's Well rest area have usable data now. Blythe to about 10 miles east of Tonopah still EVDO and 1x, until Buckeye when LTE kicks in again. Sent from my iPhone 6s Plus using Tapatalk
  14. Free Sprint WiFi at Sky Harbor. Band 41 working as well at the Southwest terminal. Overall a great experience. Sent from my iPhone 6s Plus using Tapatalk
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