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About bucdenny

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    Samsung S9+ Sprint, Samsung S8+ Sprint/Verizon, iPhone 7 Plus Verizon
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  1. Welcome to San Diego!!!! Finally!!
  2. I installed the update today on the unlocked model and still no VoLTE love. 🤔
  3. I live in SE San Diego where AT&T competes with Cox poorly. We didn't get Gigablast until recently in my neighborhood. I am happy that we finally was able to order Gigablast.
  4. Where is this test being conducted? In the background does not look like Qualcomm HQ. https://newsroom.sprint.com/sprint-completes-worlds-first-5g-data-call-using-25-ghz-and-massive-mimo-on-commercial-network.htm http://wirelessestimator.com/articles/2019/worlds-first-5g-data-call-using-2-5-ghz-and-massive-mimo-made-by-sprint-in-san-diego/
  5. Was connected to 1x800 briefly in San Diego couple weeks ago. Likely testing.
  6. Since I am in San Diego, could I get the update eventhough not a launched market.
  7. Unlocked. I received another one a few weeks ago as well.
  8. SFO Airport B41 at this hour Sprint has no data coverage international terminal.
  9. Will this be the unlocked model?
  10. How to watch Sprint and T-Mobile execs pitch their merger to Congress on Wednesday https://www.judiciary.senate.gov/meetings/game-of-phones-examining-the-competitive-impact-of-the-t-mobile_sprint-transaction
  11. 10x10 along with 5x5 plus B41 being helpful in many area in San Diego. 10x10 is holding up pretty well, most area are usable data. B26 couldn't come sooner, still weak B25 coverage indoors.
  12. What ISP you have? Didn't know they offering more than 1Gbps (100 Megabyte) speeds for home ISP. 600MB/s is fast. We have 10Gbps servers maybe 10Gbps connections will be the new norm for home ISP. I have a 300Mbps (megabits) internet and Cox will be offering 1Gbps soon. Not sure that is even possible to push 600MB/s (6Gbps) on a home Wi-Fi wireless. It is 600Mbps (megabits)?
  13. Those that had invested into S, what are your next moves? Any chance it will be higher than 6.50 a share?
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