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BucketHead25

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About BucketHead25

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  1. Apple released 12.1.1 beta 3 yesterday. Anyone try it on something lower than an iPhone 8? Curious if VoLTE support is expanding to older models. https://developer.apple.com/documentation/ios_release_notes/ios_12_1_1_beta_3_release_notes
  2. Charter has announced speed increases for several markets recently. http://www.dslreports.com/shownews/Leak-Heres-the-New-Charter-Gigabit-Markets-Launching-Next-Week-140899 This forum has actual results from users in those markets http://www.dslreports.com/forum/r31733904-HSI-Charter-speed-increases
  3. I'm making a trip to southeast KY next month. What's the chances of any native Sprint coverage in Hazard county?
  4. Try driving on Route 80 through Pennsylvania. You can drive east from the Ohio border about 200 miles before you'll find any LTE. My money is on Pennsylvania being last.
  5. I don't view this as a "Rant" He shared some real world observations that others can use to make an informed decision. I for one found this valuable information.
  6. And now, back to our regularly scheduled program....
  7. I couldn't agree more. I get the need for permits, back haul, site owners permission etc. But the fact is there are dozens of sites in and around Columbus with equipment in place (some since August) which implies approved permits are in hand. These same sites are next to major roadways or commercial office buildings which implies fiber back haul is available nearby. Quite a number of these sites have back haul spotted by readers here. If they had no plans on turning all this new equipment on within a month or two then why waste the technicians time installing it then? Send those techs down to Ross county back in September not now. I joined Sprint two months back with my eyes wide open after reading this forum to save money and kick Verizon to the curb. I still believe this was the correct decision. My only disappointment is the priorities that Sprint is choosing and their lack of transparency. Now if I can find a way to kick TWC and their ridiculous "equipment rental fee" to the curb then 2014 is shaping up to be a great year.
  8. Beaver, OH - population 444 Bainbridge, OH - population 856 Jackson, OH - population 6,336 6 towers, 7,636 people and how many are Sprint customers? *slow clap indeed*
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