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Discussion in 'iPhone' started by sundog925, Sep 27, 2015.
San Francisco Bay Area.
6S Plus 128
Damn. 73? Insane.
On T-Mobile you can easily get 130+ on Band 12, here's an image from the other thread.
Hrm, Fido in Vancouver. Not that great.
T-Mobile LTE Band 4 Seattle by Shaun, on Flickr
iPhone 6+ S
T-Mobile Band 4 LTE
Suck it AT&T and Verizon!
Haha, these speeds are amazing! :O My home internet connection speed is: 165Mb down, 12Mb up.
When your iPhone 6s is connected to LTE Advanced does it show anything next to the carrier like "LTE-A" or "LTE+".?. Just wondering
Getting 150Mb so very happy.
Why are t-mobile's LTE speeds faster than Verizon wireless.
I think you mean band 4. Band 12 is their 700MHz spectrum and is similar to Verizon's band 13 which tops out around 40-50.
Because while T-Mobile is spotty, when you do get reception it's great. Also Verizon is overrated.
I disagree that Verizon is overrated. I drove from New Orleans back home for 5 hours and never loss Verizon connection. My radio died in my car so I played the radio through tunein
Well overrated doesn't mean bad. Verizon is quite good, but too many people act like it's crap doesn't stink.
Sprint LTE <---
Okay. Yes they do have some issue. Like it northern east Texas. My father had two dropped calls with Verizon.
Then the other day there was an data outage and when I called to report it. I was the first one to call in about it. It was turn back on quickly.
Why my t-mobile 6s speed is lower than my 6? Maybe i have to take a new sim card to benefit the better speed?
6s on 2 bars AT&T outside Milwaukee. In a building at work so not the best signal.
Jesus Christ that's faster than my WiFi @ Home
6S 128gb...? is there any other info that is relevant?
Edit: checked again at work; much better...
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