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notsrealinc

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About notsrealinc

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    Sprint Fan Boy (or Girl)
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  1. Hopefully who ever made this site: https://rf.jwmaloney.name/sprint-coverage.html can link into the 5G ort map: https://coverageort.sprint.com/IMPACT.jsp? so it would be easier to see where there is 5G.
  2. Any url from the sprint.com domain with "ort" is a test site. Newer sites I don't think use ort anymore but many of them are internal meaning you need to be on their intranet. I guess a few of them slip through and this is one of them. I simply used Google. https://www.google.com/search?q=site%3Asprint.com+"ort"&oq=site%3Asprint.com+"ort"
  3. I found this weird coverage map site from Sprint, I think it's a test site: https://coverageort.sprint.com/IMPACT.jsp? The updated date updates every day. I can't tell of any changes though.
  4. I had to one time leave my Magic Box outside two days straight for emergency internet (cable went out) and it did fine. I shielded it with a large Tupperware upside down and drilled a hole for a weather rated extension cord. It even rained a little. Is Jason sending you like a weather resistant case for the MB? That makes sense.
  5. Jason has answered our questions from the Q&A! https://www.reddit.com/r/Sprint/comments/a8e65e/qa_with_g_jason_schnellbacher_responses/
  6. Jason Schnellbacher (Lead Magic Box Sales, Marketing, Distribution, Deployment and Support from Sprint HQ) is taking questions about the Magic Box over on r/Sprint!
  7. It is showing up for me too, but when I sign in, it goes away. I have the ED1500. I wonder why they're showing the option for new customers where there is a subsidy fee.
  8. That toggle has been there since launch. Not sure what it's for in relation to Sprint.
  9. Freshly installed Airspan small cell on Chicago Ave and W Saginaw St: I saw BWL install power on the 24th. Has yet to be powered on. It seems to be backhualed by Ethernet (not relay). Ideas as to the ISP (possibly Lightspeed)? Location: https://www.google.com/maps/place/700+Chicago+Ave,+Lansing,+MI+48915/@42.7409101,-84.5699107,17z/data=!4m5!3m4!1s0x8822ea875eebe707:0x7d7b14ec78f48ad4!8m2!3d42.741052!4d-84.5643317
  10. Here's a link to the FCC Filings from where the coverage map and monopole news is from: https://ecfsapi.fcc.gov/file/1092573429427/Sprint Ex Parte - FULL Dow Draper Presentation - 9.21.2018 - REDACTED.pdf There's a lot of other stuff in here too.
  11. It's not an option to enable/disable in the ##DATA# menu so I don't think it supports it.
  12. I'm thinking that Sprint has made a deal with Meijer to put roof top small cells on their stores because I passed by a Meijer on the west side and went into a Meijer on Lake Lansing and SCP showed small cell each time. My signal peaked at -54dBm at times around the store on Lake Lansing.
  13. I got a little further and was able to set the network mode to LTE/GSM. I then did a network search and picked T-Mobile but I got an error that the SIM is not allowed on the selected network. So LTE roaming isn't activate yet I guess.
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