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SlideshowSprint Promises 180Mbit/s 'Peaks' in 2015

pcharles09 6/24/2014 | 9:38:32 PM
Re: They need this sooner rather than later... I agree. I've stood in the same spot (maybe moved about a step or 2) & watched my coverage flip-flop between 3G & LTE. One 'works', the other doesn't. It's extremely annoying.
DanJones 6/20/2014 | 7:27:52 PM
Re: They need this sooner rather than later... Its going to take a while whatever, you don't do this big of an upgrade in a few months.
KBode 6/20/2014 | 9:02:13 AM
Re: They need this sooner rather than later... I spend so much time traveling around the country I just can't rely on Sprint or T-Mobile's network just yet since coverage in many places remains abysmal. I'm stuck on Verizon for now (begrudgingly given their closed and locked device policies). Happy to jump to Sprint if they can get the network up to snuff. 180 Mbps isn't as important to me as overall coverage and signal reliability.
pcharles09 6/19/2014 | 10:00:59 PM
Re: They need this sooner rather than later... So much for the NOW network. I feel like it's the waiting network. I had better speeds when I'm roaming on Verizon's network.
KBode 6/19/2014 | 10:54:44 AM
They need this sooner rather than later... They need this sooner rather than later. The LTE network they have continues to lag in all big four LTE speed and latency tests. With Sprint, it feels like the kind of network everyone wants always feels indefinitely around a bend....
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