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By VIIRU§, Senior Member on 6th June 2013, 04:00 PM
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LTE WENT LIVE IN NJ @ 7:19AM AND ITS CRAZY FAST. NYC SHOULD BE NEXT IF THEY HAVEN'T ALREADY WENT LIVE.

I WAS doing some coding on the new AIDE app and I lost service for a sec then LTE kicked in. I been on it all day.
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6th June 2013, 04:11 PM |#2  
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That's equivalent to Verizon's LTE I was getting in New Brunswick, NJ. Out in East Brunswick I would occasionally get 50 mbps on Verizon's LTE and my ex would get the same on AT&T's LTE, now that's crazy fast but still this is pretty damn good. Apparently we have it here too in Mount Laurel, NJ because the other night just for the hell of it I switched the network mode to LTE/GSM/WCDMA when I was home in Vineland just to see if I could get it and was still on HSPA. I was wondering why my signal kept dropping out on my morning commute, I just looked now and it's because I'm connected to an LTE tower but there isn't an IP address. So they weren't bull****ting 2 weeks ago when the T-Mobile rep said that we'd have it soon in NJ, even though Verizon has been telling me for over a year that my city would be getting LTE "soon".
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Looks like T-Mobile is on a roll...

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7th June 2013, 03:41 AM |#4  
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Does the bar show LTE when in an LTE area or still indicates 4G?

(I'm in Linden NJ)


(Never mind .... found a photo in another thread with the answer)
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