Topics started by yobyot
I was just in Sarasota, FL where TMO is heavily using Sprint frequencies. I’ve noticed that even in line of site conditions, my iPhone 14 Pro Max connects via LTE on band 41 then switches to (usually) band 2. During this period, the iPhone has slow/no connectivity. Sometimes the phone never connects to 5G. In my home area - MetroWest MA, the device initially connect on band 66 and, lately, has been switching to band 71. It never stays in LTE mode — at least perceptively. No settings were changed between the two locations. Asking the clowns who call themselves “experts” in customer support will yield no useful info. I’m hoping an RF geek here might educate me a little on how TMO’s network works.
Does anyone know, definitively, if one can have two TMobile lines on an iPhone 14? Today, I have an iPhone with a physical SIM and and eSIM. Both are TMobile lines — what Apple calls “cellular plans”. I had to return an iPhone 14 because a TMobile store could not transfer both lines to that new iPhone. The support site is (as always) confused and out of date. “Experts” I contacted online are anything but. I’m surprised that TMobile hasn’t has enough time to consider this use case and provided details to customers and staff on if, how and when this can be done — or if it’s not possible.
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