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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.
  14. I thought the PRL is only for CDMA roaming like for Verizon? I have a Galaxy S7 and I've tried getting it to roam on T-Mobile by putting it in LTE only mode and disabling band 41 and 26 (how do you disable B25?). I also tried putting it in GSM mode but I'm not sure if it includes LTE. I tried selecting T-Mobile when searching for networks but it wouldn't let me connect.
  15. Why is no one asking about Pual? RIP Pual.
  16. Craig Schieber, Technical Program Manager at Sprint. Works at HQ.
  17. Bad news, Calling Plus is not coming to the S7/edge. Hand-off to LTE from WiFi works as of now.
  18. Also, here's a link to get the map into full-ish screen: https://coverage.sprint.com/IMPACT.jsp?kiosk It's for Sprint kiosks is what I assume it's for.
  19. Does this phone support calling plus?
  20. I was hoping the security update included calling plus. Oh well, maybe next month or in a few weeks.
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