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12th August 2012, 08:22 PM |#11  
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Originally Posted by IAmSixNine

I made the post Prior to our PM..

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13th August 2012, 02:57 AM |#12  
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Getting good speeds in Raytown MO. About 20 minutes from the Sprint Headquarters.

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13th August 2012, 03:28 AM |#13  
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No signal in Richmond , TX .

However, signal seems very strong withing the 610 loop (UH-main campus, Buffalo Speedway&610)
13th August 2012, 09:27 PM |#14  
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Near boston. I was in Nashua Nh And 4g kicked in (weird). I didnt get to run speed test I just bought the s3 but the internet was flying. I will test when Im there again.
14th August 2012, 03:40 AM |#15  
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I was getting some pretty good speeds today in Lowell, MA... 25 miles outside of Boston. I'll have to try Nashua as I live in the town over, but it's a no go at my place

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14th August 2012, 03:00 PM |#16  
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makes me sad that baltimore was the first Wimax City (or at least one of them) yet we havent seen nor heard a word about LTE. WIsh they would let us roam with LTE because verizon's LTE in baltimore/washington is beast.

I take that back, apparently we are getting in in September... Should be good then. Ill update as it comes in.
14th August 2012, 06:13 PM |#17  
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Hopefully the DC area will be lit up soon. Getting the phone hopefully by the end of the month and 4g should be popping up
15th August 2012, 07:35 AM |#18  
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I'm in DC also... I've been waiting since day one.. I can say that all the DMV tower are ready for LTE. They did a test run last week in NW. Every phone is switch to 3g only with you first get it. I switch n saw a one bar signal. I walked to the sprint truck n ask she how was it going with the test run? She said Great. Fixing the Wimax tower. I told her really, it looks like the LTE is on and running. It was on for 45min. It like I was on my WiFi. Sprint don't Fail me like wimax.
16th August 2012, 03:59 AM |#19  
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Well South Carolina has yet to taste the sweet nectar of WiMax and LTE. Sprint has never attempted to roll out some WiMax here and I'm not even looking forward to seeing LTE ever come here either.
16th August 2012, 07:36 AM |#20  
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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
16th August 2012, 06:13 PM |#21  
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Originally Posted by elosogrande7076

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
Pay no attention to server crap on speedtest its wrong
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