LTE in Michigan! I stopped by Howell this morning to confirm what i've seen on Sensorly. This was done pretty close to the tower, i was in the Lowes parking lot.
Now if sprint could only activate more than 1 tower in mi
I picked up 4G on my Evo in Metairie, LA near Veterans and Williams. It's about time.
I'd add proof, but I didn't think about it at the time.
31% coverage in la county. New towers in Monrovia & pasadena
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31% of the total square miles in Los Angeles County?
31% of their planned deployment?
31% of their customers?
And by useless, I was referring to their continuing to change their expected deployment month (6 for LA so far). Why bother? Maybe they never heard the story of the boy who cried wolf.
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I'm right in between LA and Orange County, so... 2014, huh? Almost 2015. Likely 2015. My contract will be up by then...??? Kind of sad that most people who purchased an LTE phone on Sprint will have their contract expire before LTE is even live in their area. Meanwhile I went from fast 3G speeds to slow 3G speeds, and now from slow 3G speeds to 1X everywhere I go... if I get a connection at all.
I wonder how many of us in LA / Orange County are getting HORRIBLE data rates.
This wait is killing me, my once good 3G has been getting slower every week. I'm at 300Kbps now from 1.3Mbps avg.
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I'm here with you.... except i live in OC... i stuck with my Epic touch as long as i could for WiMax (but then started getting HW issues) so i got an Evo LTE, and my god i hate it =/ its unbearably slow! >_<
I was NEVER that fortnate to see 1.3 *average* on Sprint haha, ive gotten so pretty highs, but for an average? nope =/
I screenshot 4g in Kenner, no need for proof. Its a couple pages back
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No proof needed at all there.. Sensorly maps show lots of activity there already.
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Memphis needs to hurry then, I can't play ps3 online without fast Internet.
The LTEVO says hello!