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  1. That's weird as I checked the latest information available to me that the BYOD unlocked version would work with the BYOD SIMOTA kit and the alternative SIMOTA 406's. The postpaid version only takes the 406's. When bringing devices capable of BYOD Sim kits, always get those first as they're considered primary sim cards and would work. I've also split out the Moto Z3 postpaid and byod now so people won't make the mistake of trying the BYOD KIT sims on postpaid devices.
  2. Root + NSG as it'll show you information from the modem info. This was verified using that and the official internal Volte supported device list. Sent from my Pixel 3 using Tapatalk
  3. Eph1 uses calling plus which uses the same codecs as Volte (amr/amr-wb 12.65/23.85). Sent from my Pixel 3 using Tapatalk
  4. No. A cable company buying out Sprint or T-mobile would be very likely better for the consumer as they'd have an incentive to compete and gain subscribers. It's only the natural path forward if one looks at how Comcast and TWC (Spectrum) is setting up things. They've already began building the infrastructure of supporting wireless users and triple play integration based on their MVNO setup. The next step would fully integrate those wireless users into their entire network top down instead of piggybacking off say Verizon. They can leverage their long haul fiber and last mile hybrid fiber coaxial networks to provide dedicated full speed backhaul to their own cell sites and new ones they can leverage using their own telephone poles and right of ways. It's one of the reasons why Shentel land is so amazing. Full vertical integration.
  5. Off topic posts have and will be moved to Tmobile / Sprint discussion thread. Sent from my Pixel 3 using Tapatalk
  6. Do not underestimate a motivated Cable co with full vertical landline and wireless integration that wants to stick it in the face of other cable cos and wireless carriers. Sprint and tmobile is not a threat to Verizon and ATT. Comcast or TWC getting their hands on a nationwide wireless carriers network to combine with their cable and fiber holding is scary. Sprint has for years considered that possibility a significant threat. Sent from my Pixel 3 using Tapatalk
  7. I see nothing in his tweet that suggests it's for tmobile + sprint. The frequencies listed covers the almost the entirety of every frequency in use today in the US outside of B71. Most antenna manufacturer models are configured as such as they're agnostic to carrier entity. Sent from my Pixel 3 using Tapatalk
  8. Project cedar was abandoned. Casualty of budget cuts. Sent from my Pixel 3 using Tapatalk
  9. No. Sent from my Pixel 3 using Tapatalk
  10. It was a Korean OEM model who Samsung partners with. You've probably see plenty of their sector antennas and 800 MHz Rrus (ALU rebranded) around. For the AAHE it's B41 TDD. B7 is paired 2500-2570/2620-2690. It's just interesting to note as usually sprint gear is set to B41H (2618-2690) or B41L (2506-2570) and then you have an AAHE that's just out there above the typical BRs high range. Sent from my Pixel 3 using Tapatalk
  11. Thank you for making me double check the vendors equipment and past statements about it and 120 MHz is stated for at least the Nokia AAHC M-MIMO. I eat humble pie today good sire. Looks like I saw the specs for a 2.5 GHz M-MIMO from another related (non-Sprint) vendor which did have a 100 MHz IBW and applied it to the rest for some reason. Please correct that if you see it posted elsewhere by informing others or reminding me to cross out the inaccurate information. I do see NR C2PC's for the Nokia and Samsung units and a brand new Ericsson M-MIMO filing using another FCC ID. Fun Fact: Did you know Sprint / Nokia uses 2 M-MIMO Models? AAHC = Full Band 2596-2690 while AAHE is 2630-2690.
  12. I just received information regarding compatible sim cards for the G7 Power BYOD. SIMOLW516TQ 760492044714 760492044707 CZ4114TLWQ 854798005224 SIMOLW416TQ CZ2114TLWQ 19962041648 SIMGLW416TQ
  13. Shentel land, running ALU-Nokia equipment, is 15+10+5 in some places.
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