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  1. I was at my cities freedom fest tonight which was presented (sponsored) by T-Mobile. They had a booth there and a COW site. During the concert T-Mobile became pretty much unusable for a period of time even with the COW. Does anyone know what these cows broadcast? Are they b66 only?
  2. Just so you know. Once you TNX on the Everything Data 1500 plan, your video will be capped to 480p. With the sprint sim there is no video cap.
  3. If your on an LTE device that’s correct but on a 5g device it doesn’t really matter both will be on the T-Mobile network.
  4. The iphones i believe will support VoLTE once they have the TNX sim. As for getting an s21. Since it is a 5g device it will use the T-Mobile network primarily even on a sprint sim. The sprint sim will connect to non keep sites if needed. I would personally try to stay on a sprint sim on that device unless standalone 5g is important to you.
  5. Has anyone with one of the iPhone 12 models with tna been experiencing periods frequently where your phone will not connect to 5g? I cannot explain it. Sometimes it happens when I lose service and sometimes just randomly. Sometimes I can force the phone to lose service completely and when it reconnects it finds 5g right away, other times I can’t get it to reconnect that way. I don’t think it’s a device issue hardware wise because all four of our iPhones do it. It doesn’t happen with our one device on TNX. It has to be some kind of software glitch with sim provisioning or something. Anyone else experiencing the same?
  6. I knew they would be able to help you. Glad it worked out.
  7. I think they are planning to get all sprint customers to eventually opt into tax included versions of their current plans which will transfer to the T-Mobile system. People on legacy plans like myself on Everything data. I believe they’d like to see us leave or switch plans. Throttling our video on TNX is a terrible move unless they want us gone.
  8. You should email mike.sievert@t-mobile.com. This get you a response from the executive team. It helped me when no one else could fixing device credits.
  9. For most it’s not an advantage. But to me in a rural area at edge of cell it’s the difference between 5 MHz b71 LTE and 15 MHz n71.
  10. I looked at the case on Cellmapper. Said a 40 MHz channel. Is that incorrect? T-Mobile doesn’t have 40 MHz or 66 anywhere do they?
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