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Sprint Offers LTE Progress Report

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Top message:  High Frequency first? by johnhr2   Oct 30, 2013, 11:54 AM

Replying to:  Re: High Frequency first? by johnhr2   Oct 30, 2013, 1:37 PM

Re: High Frequency first?

by KOL4420    Oct 30, 2013, 2:11 PM   edited Oct 30, 2013, 2:12 PM

Exactly that is the purpose of the 2.5ghz spectrum and to provide greater spectrum for LTE faster speeds more users faster connections. Compared to the competition if all goes according to plan Sprint will be able to launch HD voice - which it is already testing- and other VOLTE features simultaneously . They are doing great compared to where they were at prior to their merger with Softbank.

Things are looking up. Of course all the jaded Sprint customers and well understandably Sprint haters will be sharing their negative opinion on "how far" they are behind. However they fail to understand the strides they are making and the benefits of vision network. All the other carriers have the advantage because of the heard start and Sprints decision to pursue Wimax at the beginning. However they will catch up and when they do their plans, excellent selection of phones, and new upgrade / installment purchase programs will put them ahead of the competition.

Loving what they are doing however I am not jumping ship until they complete LTE and network vision upgrades.

Right now ill stick with Tmobile and deal with their spotty coverage for now.

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