Jump to content

cyclone

S4GRU Premier Sponsor
  • Content Count

    244
  • Joined

  • Last visited

  • Days Won

    1

cyclone last won the day on September 22 2018

cyclone had the most liked content!

Community Reputation

147 Trusted

About cyclone

  • Rank
    Member Level: 1x Advanced
  • Birthday December 8

Profile Information

  • Phones/Devices
    iPhone X 256GB
  • Gender
    Male
  • Location
    San Antonio
  • Here for...
    4G Information

Recent Profile Visitors

2,572 profile views
  1. I hate to be pessimistic, but good luck fighting for a nearly decade old plan put together by a company that no longer exists. Just going to have to prepare for the inevitable...you're going to lose that plan eventually
  2. Has anyone downloaded the iOS 14.5 beta to see if this has been enabled? This update is also bringing dual-SIM 5G
  3. Are these the chips provided under TNX? Are iPhone's given access? I have a 12 Pro and haven't seen SA 5G or even N41 in San Antonio or along the way from here to Dallas when I traveled for Thanksgiving and Christmas. The iPhone Field Test Mode now has a section called Radio Access Technology in which is a field called kCTCellMonitorDeploymentType. Mine is currently populated with "5G NSA (1)" and I am connected to band 66
  4. I should have clarified that I was already on ROAMAHOME since late September. Wouldn't I already be accessing all of T-Mo's towers? So far I haven't noticed too much of a difference, but I also have only been in strong 5G signal areas
  5. Went to a T-Mobile store today and did the TNX SIM swap. Ran into an issue with my phone not getting any service after getting the SIM swapped and confirmed in the system. The lady helping me had to call some support number to try and figure out why my phone showed to be activated on T-Mo, but "no service" was showing on my phone. After doing some digging, apparently Sprint had not been updating my devices the last few years. Was told that my "current" device was an iPhone 6s. Now, I've done annual upgrades since then and always activated through Sprint's website with no apparent issues. Could
  6. Probably just a nationwide release of T-Vision instead of a few metro areas as well as doing away with the required box fees
  7. Sprint's homepage discusses the trade-in deal and if you hover over the info radio at the end of the text, you'll see a popup with the following:
  8. My concerns with using the iPhone 12 launch as a mass migration to the T-MO network are being forced to give up my current Sprint plan or being stuck with a CDMA iPhone variant yet forced to function on a GSM network. At work (and various places around town) I am unable to get a decent midband signal so when I make phone calls, they are VoLTE only and consistently choppy or simply drop being unable to use any GSM or fallback network
  9. where in my account do I go to see? I have only been able to see T-MO bands since yesterday and I went looking around and don't see it mentioned anywhere
  10. I just noticed my phone is not connecting to my magic box. Went to field test mode and saw my phone is bouncing between B66 and B2. My phone does still show Sprint at the top and I don't see anything about the addon to my services enabling the use of T-MO's network
  11. Maybe because I already had the basic free version enabled?? I still get a notification about every other day telling me to open the app so that the database can be updated. Thought that was a premium feature, therefore something we should now all get. Just was wondering if anyone else was having this issue
  12. So uh what was the point of saying we are getting free upgrades to the premium version of Call Screener if it's still going to be required that we open the app every other day for a data update? Wasn't background updates a premium feature?
  13. With network upgrades being 5G centric as well as Sprint subs being left off the T-Mo network unless no other Sprint signal can be found, will result in an even smaller footprint. Yes this is assuming that majority of the redundant sites torn down being that of Sprint's network. Until there is consistent network sharing, Sprint subs will be weaned off the network through 5G device upgrades or through leaving due to shrinking service.
×
×
  • Create New...