yes, but they wont tell anyone- they are going to be more aggressive now though.
Nowhere I can find this supposed schedule?
Connecticut has a good signal.
Looking forward to having a newer smartphone that loads webpages fasterrr...
This forum needs more life in it. . .
That statement makes no sense
it made plenty of sense- i can use my phone anywhere i go (using my T-mobile Blackberry Z10 and Hotspot)
You just nailed it on the head when you said that you need a Hotspot. The reason I am still with verizon is because my phone just works. I want to make sure I can actually make calls and not have to worry about using a hotspot for anything. As I said internet speeds are secondary to me
I am saying that i am having no issues with both. I had the hot spot first to use when either 1. my home fios isnt working outages etc.. which there were or 2. on the go or 3. anywhere else
the Blackberry Z10 is because i wanted to have the phone and works wonderfully. I can also use that as a hotspot but i dont need to.
The reason why i dont get rid of the hotspot is because i use it for that extra mobile functionality and i have a ton of data to be used.
again, perhaps try to understand what i wrote. could yield you some better opportunities instead of getting blasted in my retort back to you ;)
Official Tmob annoucement:
Looking at that link does not show my city listed in the Modernized markets. Wonder if they are testing it here now.
I believe LTE-capable phones will show LTE instead of 4G, but that is my assumption. An app similar to "network signal info" is probably a better source of connection type than the notification graphics.
I've had my **S4** for a full month as of yesterday.
I saw an article predicting the S4 might sell 80 million handsets!!! WoW!!!!!!
If there's MetroPCS LTE covera in his area, most likely It will be enabled soon (and withouth any advice) for this guy if his phone support that specific LTE band.
T-mobile's HSPA+ network is fairly quick and suffices for most daily tasks (Is faster than ATT's HSPA+ not as fast as ATT's LTE)