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Discussion in 'iPhone' started by osofast240sx, Apr 26, 2013.
In in Times Square right now in the train station. Nice. I'm at least 2 stories underground
Woohoo! Thats great!! I get my phone Monday. Waiting to experience those speeds as well.
Anyone knows when Miami will go live?
Unfortunately it's not "live" as in officially available to everyone, but definitely well into testing and has a large percentage of tower work done. Should be good to go soon!
glad to hear about service underground
AT&T hasn't worked for me.
Thanks for posting OP.
Thx, I'm waiting for LTE here and wonder if I should upgrade to the unlimited plan in case tmobile discontinues ulmt in the future.
Here's the latest on potential markets to go live in June.
It might be part of the initiative to offer cell service and WiFi in certain subway stations. AT&T should also be able to get service at Times Square, with Verizon/Sprint in talks to offer service as well.
Here's the announcement and list of stations service is available at:
I've been getting a full 4G signal on the number 1 2 3 line at 72&96 street stations.
when the metro PCS merger will help t-mobile LTE market? is it months?
Hope they also get some low range 700MHZ spectrum from FCC, otherwise they never will compete against VZ and ATT, Sprint.
Might be a sign
T-Mobile claims before the ink is dry.
Why is this? Why do we need 700 MHz?
The metro merger likely wont have any affect on existing Tmobile customers until sometime in 2014.
heard that the lower frequency penetrates the building/wall where as the higher frequency do not ...
so metro PCS customers will be using t-mobile infrastructure almost immediately? i heard one or other will immediately benefit from the merger - in terms of infrastructure point of view
no love for the 4,5,6 lines?
Neither side will see benefits until next year. Tmobile has to repurpose the spectrum they're getting from metro to use on their network and they're planning to shut down metros CDMA network completely sometime in 2015 so I'm guessing they will probably offer some type of program to get Metro customers to buy or trade for Tmobile phones.
I have been wondering this same question.
Most of metro customers are not on LTE.
Yes lower frequency penetrates objects better but not by much. Higher frequencies will have greater network capacity.
To be clear, what people are seeing here is Transit Wireless supporting T-Mobile LTE on the subway. There have been some sightings of regular T-Mobile LTE in NYC but it is only in testing phase for now.
Where exactly in Time Square?
There is AT&T and T-Mobile at all 14th streets stops on all of the trains. There is also AT&T at 34th street on the F train.
As of earlier this week I can get AT&T and T-Mobile at 47 Rockefeller center stop on the F & D trains. All of them are 4G.
down on the subway station 1, 2, 3, & 7
I have Metro and my phone says 4g. It nevers says lte. I dont think it would even if I was on it. If im not on 4g which is almost always, Im on 1x if reception is terrible.
Monday is only 3 days away#
Lol.. Its not that bad when you dont know whats great. I get 2 up and 2 down but if I see 8 and up Ill be like "whee thats fast!" Lol. Im just hoping its faster and better than Metro where I am. The plus I do enjoy is free tethering which I figured out yesterday.
Not really. It's def. testing though. Tons of reports of that on HoFo