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It appears network Vision is ACTUALLY progressing in NYC. I just got great speeds from a tower where I normally get 600-800kbps. I can see the panels from my window, but I never noticed anyone changing them and I can't remember if there are any new ones. Do any of these look like NV? I think the two big huge ones (lower) might be new. This is at the corner of 70th and York Avenue, a tower that was supposed to go live this month.
Sprint launches 41 new "markets," and 59 new cities July 30, 2013. Fremont, CA Hayward, CA King City, CA Oakland, CA Salinas, CA Daytona Beach, FL Deerfield Beach, FL Deltona, FL Fort Lauderdale, FL Homosassa Springs, FL Jacksonville, FL Ocala, FL Ormond Beach, FL Palm Coast, FL Pompano, FL Port Charlotte, FL Punta Gorda, FL Kokomo, IN Morgan City, LA Fitchburg, MA Leomister, MA Springfield, MA Worcester, MA Big Rapids, MI Cadillac, MI Flint, MI Grand Rapids, MI Greenville, MI Holland, MI Saginaw, MI Fairbault, MN Northfield, MN Columbus, MS Greenwood, MS Tupelo, MS Chapel Hill, NC Durham, N
While commuting to work this morning on MetroNorth, the railroad put a copy of their monthly newsletter on all the seats. Interestingly enough, they officially stated that cell service is coming to the Park Avenue tunnel. This tunnel is the main artery between Grand Central and the outdoor world, and all MetroNorth trains travel through it. Interestingly enough, the big carriers have contracted Ericsson to provide the cell coverage throughout the tunnel and public WiFi in the terminal. AT&T, Sprint, T-mobile, and Verizon are all funding the project and it will take up to two years to c