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4th May 2014, 02:51 PM   |  #1  
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Hey there forum, I just got the newest Consumer Reports and I was surprised to find a small segment about Sprint's Spark. I personally don't know much about it but I wanted to offer up their point of view.
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That talks about simultaneous voice/data. And yes, that's a HUGE drawback. I have a VZW phone for work and I use that all the time.


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I've heard its only like this for now until sprint would launch the new 800 band. Don't know if its 100% true.

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I've heard its only like this for now until sprint would launch the new 800 band. Don't know if its 100% true.

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I sure hope what you heard is correct.. [emoji16] I use my phone quite a bit when I'm on it..

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I sure hope what you heard is correct.. [emoji16] I use my phone quite a bit when I'm on it..

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http://www.fiercewireless.com/tech/s...ort/2013-12-30

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Shoot where I'm located, here in Biloxi Ms I'm lucky to even have LTE. Sometimes I drive to the next town over which is Gulfport and its all 3g. I'm happy with 10-14mbps now where I live. May see thri band LTE in some years here, maybe.. Maybe when im --> [emoji69] haha. Tks for that article. Its from 12/13 but we shall see...We never really know till it goes down you know..

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If the article comments are accurate, then per the FCC it will be after 2/2016 before sprint is using 800MHz for data.

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