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JonnygATL

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About JonnygATL

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    Life is decidedly nothing like a box of chocolates. We've all been misled!
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  1. ...and to what end?? It begs the question. I'm assuming to evaluate the quality of one's connection?
  2. What's an echo line? Sorry if I should know but I do not. Thanks in advance.
  3. The more interesting takeaway for me is that they're all fast, all good and pretty on par with each other in terms of speed. That's pretty big for Sprint to be included in that group.
  4. Yeah I never even knew Target had cell phones for sale. Or at least I never gave a f*ck. It's Best Buy or online. No reason for me to look elsewhere.
  5. Exactly. Their network is not ready in most places. They know this. Hence the extremely limited rollout. That's fine..just fix it with band 26 densification and cut off thresholds.
  6. As interesting as this is and even though I live in Atlanta, I can't say that I really care. 4G still has room to grow and is a pretty awesome technology. I couldn't care less about 5G in my city anytime soon. I'll wait til it matures I suppose as early adopting usually (always?) backfires, sometimes tremendously. That said, good for Sprint. They could use some positive street cred.
  7. I've shockingly had generally very good results with their chat bots. In the few instances where the bots couldn't help me, I was transferred to a real person and found resolution there.
  8. This idiot. At least his diatribes amuse me. But, yes, less red tape would be beneficial if we are to extract whatever useful nugget is imbedded therein.
  9. If they didn't enable VoLTE then I would assume they must realize the network still isn't fully ready for it yet. If that's the case then why are some phones allowed to to use it? Whatever the case, there is obviously a clear reason for it. I guess we just aren't yet privy to it.
  10. Speaking of the A, I was at Hartsfield this morning and can attest to the fact that - at least where I was in Concourse D - data speeds have increased tremendously since my last visit to that concourse. I was pulling over 40 megabits per second just before boarding (D38 to be extremely specific as that airport is absolutely enormous). WiFi was NOT engaged.
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