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About rmfebles

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    Dillon, Colorado
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    Sprint, 4G LTE, 5G, Skiing, Road Biking, Writing, Wireless Technology
  1. Big question on my mind is when are they going to update the main Sprint coverage map over at coverage.sprint.com? Seems like they would want to show areas of new native Sprint coverage, not try to cover them up. This would go leaps and bounds from a marketing perspective to showing that the Sprint network is as far behind Verizon & AT&T as some would believe.
  2. Is summer 2016 the true rollout deadline for project cedar or is it just a rumor? Sprint has been pretty mum on any specific details and seems to be playing this card close to the chest.
  3. Are there any plans to expand the Sprint coverage footprint in the central Colorado mountains, specifically around Leadville, Kremmling, and Fairplay/Alma areas? These are feeder/bedroom communities to the ski resort areas of Summit (Breckenridge, Keystone, Copper Mountain, Arapahoe Basin) and Eagle (Vail, Beaver Creek) where many of the workers in these communities live. With Sprint being the official telecommunications provider of Vail Resorts (owners and operators of Vail, Beaver Creek, Keystone, and Breckenridge ski resorts) it has surprised me that they haven't made a move to expand coverage to these surrounding communities. These communities are the "suburbs" of the ski resort communities where the workforce lives and commutes to the ski resort communities for work. A unique dynamic, but not unlike any city, with the resort communities being the economic hub of the area and the more affordable towns being where a large percentage of the workforce lives.
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