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    LG V20, MVNO G2s & accessories, Airave, Magic Box. Also Moto G7 Power (T-Mobile MVNO)
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  1. It is one of the first devices with Wi-Fi 6E (extended), which has the traditional 2.4 and 5Ghz along with the massive 6Ghz spectrum.
  2. I would kick this back to iansltx. It matches what I would expect until a market is converted to a greater degree. Although we are hearing exceptions now, for roaming to T-Mobile (and back to Sprint if you need it) you need to be on Sprint.
  3. Which carrier is billing you and which carrier is providing your primary service?
  4. Just set SignalCheck Pro to display the ip address (plus turn off wifi) then touch the ip adress and SCP will tell you which wireless carrier is being used.
  5. One of the goals of this is to likely get more Sprint users on 5g phones on the T-Mobile network. Typically in mergers unique sites are converted first. Given that I have seen no T-Mobile conversion permits for unique Sprint sites, T-Mobile's goal might just be to cream off the Sprint users that live near their sites or don't care. Conversion of sites could then be determined by profitability and how many people actually leave T-Mobile.
  6. Or tgey could sell the 2.5 to T-Mobile and just use the 3.5
  7. A duverse group of purchasers including cable companies. What caught my eye was 2.5Ghz WISPs like W.A.T.C.H.TV. Maybe the will sell their 2.5Ghz to T-Mobile as part of 3.5GHz plans.
  8. Go a notice about that on Thursday for a Sprint LG G4. Many other carriers version of this phone supported VoLTE. Just another tactic by T-Mobile to get people to switch to their network without doing unique Sprint site conversion work List of phone from above link: The following devices are impacted and will lose Wi-Fi Calling support on October 30, 2020. Kyocera Hydro Vibe LG G Flex LG G Flex II LG G Stylo LG G3 LG G3 Vigor
  9. Given the decades Verizon (and AT&T) and their successors had a monopoly on low band I think this request should be deferred for a simular amount of time.
  10. Really depends on if they keep all the sites. The increased amount of low band should definately help. It also could be an easy first root metrics state win for T-Mobile for not too much money just like Shentel did a couple of years ago.
  11. Low cost 5g phone: https://www.t-mobile.com/news/devices/revvl-4-revvl-5g
  12. One advantage with T-Mobile for 5g: it is like being a new freeway with almost no traffic. AT&T and Verizon use DSS for their non mmWave spectrum so almost no advantage except in a few places. As always, test signal in the areas you need it first.
  13. I believe most users were resimmed and now use T-Mobile.
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