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No problem. Here's your screenshot. Hope its what you needed!

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IF you dont mind me asking. What does this mean to you?
I like the techie stuff. For instance, in that screenshot I can see that they're using Band 4 (AWS 1700/2100Mhz), LTE bandwidth is 5Mhz which tells me that the maximum possible download/upload speeds are 37mbps down / 12mbps up in that particular market, EARFCN 2175 means that they're using C block of the AWS spectrum which is 10Mhz slice (5Mhz used for downlink, and 5mhz for uplink).

Most consumers don't care about this kinda stuff, but I do

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Oh wow. Makes sense. Glad I could help and I'm sure this would help others too.

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One quick question, how old is your sim card?

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Its about a 7 months old.

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I would like to give you guys an update on the speeds in my area. Seems to be getting better!

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Nice, keep us updated if you get any higher. Oh and is it reliable, any problems? Can you compare your experience vs hspa+?

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This is awesome!
Can't wait to have this same experience in NYC.

My Nexus 4 is ready!

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