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  1. Right now I'm tethered (via the official Sprint Mobile Hotspot app; I bought the 2GB data pack last week) to Sprint LTE via my GSIII in central Fort Worth, specifically 1709 E Hattie St (yes, bad part of town...it's a mission trip). I also have LTE on my iPad on Verizon, plus HSPA+ (not sure if it's dual-carrier) on my T-Mobile ZTE Rocket 3.0. Over the next few days, when I find the time, I'll be pounding all three carriers' networks with speed tests, traceroutes, etc. and will post with the results that I find. Results have been encouraging so far...I've been able to hit 27 Mbps d
  2. Situation: My friend has Verizon and is using an old blackberry. They were about to update and get a RAZR Maxx but I told them to hold off, its not the time to update. Email is very important, but using the internet on the blackberry has been frustrating. User also uses a lot of minutes, sometimes over 1,000 minutes per month. They need to sync email, contacts, and documents between the computer and phone and have everything available in the cloud/backed up locally. He doesn't like the iphone, he'd rather not follow the herd. He's old school but educated, so he's concerned about th
  3. A short term, cheap solution for those who need LTE service ... EVERYWHERE. http://www.verizonwi...ceCategoryId=13 Plans are a little $, but not outrageous, especially since no contract is required. This will be my summer travel device to OBX for sure (where they are lighting up LTE this week). Please don't consider this an AD or SPAM... just cool to know someone actually came out with prepaid LTE in the united states.
  4. Danny Bullard Sprint 4G Rollout Updates Thursday, March 23, 2012 - 1:15 PM MDT I'm sure you know Sprint offers unlimited data, but what about the other wireless carriers? Well that's a totally different story. Out of the Big 4 carriers in the United States, Sprint is the only carrier to offer "true unlimited data." Verizon killed off their unlimited data plan just last year, leaving their heavy data users in the dust. AT&T on the other hand killed off their unlimited data plan in June of 2010 also leaving their data users in the dust. The 4th largest carrier in the U.S., T-Mobil
  5. It appears today that Verizon's network is experiencing widespread data issues. This seems to be a regularly occurring issue at Verizon over that last several months. I know 4G LTE is a relatively new technology for everyone, but VZ seems to be having issue after issue with data outages. What gives? Phandroid.com: http://phandroid.com...ef-data-outage/ http://www.androidcentral.com/verizon-data-struggling-morning-sound-here
  6. Nice to see them getting together to fight this... Source: http://www.engadget.com/2012/03/06/t-mobile-sprint-and-directv-file-with-fcc-to-halt-verizons-aws/ Also: http://www.slashgear.com/verizon-faces-lte-fight-as-t-mobile-and-more-fight-aws-cable-deal-06217021/?utm_source=feedburner&utm_medium=feed&utm_campaign=Feed%3A+slashgear+%28SlashGear%29 And here: http://ruraltelecomgroup.org/wp-content/uploads/2012/03/Joint-Ex-Parte-re-Redactions-2012_03_06.pdf
  7. So Verizon wants all phones with locked bootloaders.....ya dont say. lol Source: http://www.droid-life.com/2012/02/29/letter-from-verizon-to-fcc-details-their-stance-on-bootloaders/#more-63166 also on Engadget: http://www.engadget.com/2012/02/29/verizon-lets-loose-its-stance-on-locked-bootloaders-in-letter-to/
  8. Both AT&T and Sprint have also hinted in the past that they will eventually offer such plans (with "buckets of bytes") but the question for many I'm sure is when... (via www.dslreports.com)
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