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Originally Posted by elosogrande7076 View Post
So there is no LTE in the DC/MD area? I thought there was....dang. Ill be up there this weekend on vacation and was hoping to test it out
Just got a little taste of 4g in Maryland near hunt valley
no signal 5 mins away at my home though
Anyways here's some screenies from my gnex

Pissed there's no signal at home though my so called Verizon high speed internet is only 3Mbps
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Just called sprint today because by my work on 290 and beltway 8 this morning had full bars the no bars then it was going to 3g to no data too roaming. So i called sprint and they said they were glad i called about this area because if i never have called they would have never know there was a issue over here. And i also noticed a Cellphone tower right by job since he told me. And the person that helped me put this as a urgent matter and was sending support out to fix this problem ASAP and in order to escalate the problem i had to speak to his supervisor. All in all i was shocked to hear how sprint was quick and courteous they were to resolve the problem. Maybe that's what we need to do as a customer of sprint is to report these problems ...? ..
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I made a small donation to S4GRU and now have access to the interactive maps. I'm not premier which allows upcoming dates of when towers will be going live etc.
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Got some of LTE last night and this morning. Goes in and out here and there. Can't post screenies yet but it was fast. Got the best signal downtown.
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Cant blame sprint for the baltimore delay. That derecho storm screwed it up

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I live in San Antonio tx and I get spotty 4g around town. I went tire C.C. TX this weekend and on the way back on 37 north I got the best 4g ever except it was by Poth which is like 40 minutes out firm S.A. in the middle of nowhere...Click image for larger version

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Denver Colorado--Sprints official answer between 2 months and 2 years. So there's a possibility that at worst I will already be up for a new upgrade before LTE is even usable...

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