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T-Mobile appears complicit in stating 'coverage' where none is physically possible, and has been confirmed by their engineers.They've gone so far as to consider themselves as the ONLY carrier with LTE in this area, while it has none.Sadly, their engineers will acknowledge the lack of service, but T-...
In a handful of areas, I notice TMobiles speeds vary wildly, even with plenty of spectrum, and what I would expect to be few users. Case in point, a 'rural’ LTE on B4 with 20x20 on a colocated site will push 160Mbps alone. TMobile sites in my area that are not on Colo or not on a building typicall...
It has literally taken 5 years for T-Mobile to ‘properly’ update their coverage maps to showing service that actually is .. vs service that looks good for sales. I have been covering this with a quite a few tickets, and a handful of calls through BBB and T-Mobile’s ‘Office of Executive Management’....
T-Mobile has recently upgraded many areas with ‘5G’ on 600MHz (n71). In a specific area, T-Mobile launched 5G on n71, along with LTE on B71 (15x15MHz) Add in its existing LTE on B4 AWS (20x20MHz), B2 (15x15) and B12 (5x5), one would expect some decent speeds. At home, with ~3 bars, B4 20x20 + B2...
Article Band 2 handoff issues in SoCal
Just to add this to the overall community thread - I have been having an issue with the newly added band 2 handoffs in my area.About 2/3 of the sites now have band 2 (10x10) active, added to existing band 4 (20x20) and band 12 (5x5).Quite often my phone will 'camp' on band 2 as its primary. In most...
I know that in Canada, carriers can roam on each other in some places (ie. Rogers can roam on Bell in Sask, and Bell can roam on MTS/Rogers in Manitoba). The question that I have is... can T-Mobile roam on TBayTel in North Western Ontario (eg. White River, Sioux Narrows, etc).
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