T-Mobile 95% done refarming 1900MHz spectrum; carrier delayed by Sandy
0. phoneArena posted on 01 Nov 2012, 11:26
Despite Hurricane Sandy getting in the way of T-Mobile's crew, the carrier has completed 95% of the refarming of its 1900MHz spectrum to HSPA+ according to CTO Neville Ray, who spoke at the 4G World trade show...
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11. Nadr1212 posted on 01 Nov 2012, 21:39 0 0
What a snitch bitch Neville ray is!
I'd like 2 see some1 do that to Neville and see how he likes being as hated as she is at work rite now
12. richardyarrell2011 (banned) posted on 02 Nov 2012, 07:08 0 0
In the great city of New York Tmobile pimp slaps all carriers..
13. archangel9 posted on 02 Nov 2012, 10:09 0 0
Impressive. Tmobile not playing with you guys .HSPA+ is as fast as Verizon,ATT and now is the only one getting service in NYC after Sandy. Wishing well for everyone up there inc.friends of mines in NY.NJ.
Glad to be on Tmo..
3. gwhyte01 posted on 01 Nov 2012, 11:46 1 0
A merfer is strange word derived from the English author ADRIANIS F-ICUS. 1IN 1862....na just kidding...its just a mistake merfer.
4. k1ng617 posted on 01 Nov 2012, 12:17 0 1
Hmm still only getting Edge on my Galaxy Note in Boston...
7. cptbeatstix posted on 01 Nov 2012, 13:00 3 0
The hurricane did a lot of damage to towers out in that area and they may have taken a precaution and still shut down the HSPA+ towers so they won't get overloaded. Also, TMo and AT&T have joined forces to open up their networks to share roaming for everyone for free. Be glad you still have cell phone service, there are a lot on the east coast that don't.
5. gwuhua1984 posted on 01 Nov 2012, 12:28 4 0
Hm... 95%... Really...?
T-Mo should create a coverage map for their 1900mhz.
6. cptbeatstix posted on 01 Nov 2012, 12:58 1 1
Since your comment leaves little info on what you think they mean by 95%, let me esplain(best spainard accent). They are 95% COMPLETE with the roll out of the refarm. There really isn't any extended coverage. Just bolstering areas already widely used. The plan is to make it a great experience for our iPhone users and to also make the transition a little easier for MetroPCS ones. Hope that clarifies it!
8. gwuhua1984 posted on 01 Nov 2012, 13:06 3 0
I understand that there isn't any extended coverage.
I think it's in iPhone users and unlocked phone users' interest
to know where 1900 mhz will be available to them.
15. derFunkenstein posted on 08 Nov 2012, 12:03 0 0
I agree. My wife has an iPhone on T-mobile and in our area she's still on EDGE. She's not unhappy but it'd be nice ot know if that means that pretty much everyone who is going to get 1900Mhz already has it or what.
It'd also be nice to know if pentaband phones that suppord both AWS and PCS will just join the less-congested network automatically or what.
10. Hammerfest posted on 01 Nov 2012, 14:44 3 0
San Antonio T-Mo spotty at best...
Then again, for an AT&T sponsered area (the arena's and sports centers), there are plunty of spots where AT&T doesnt get s**t for signal
14. JunitoNH posted on 02 Nov 2012, 11:16 0 0
TMobile spotty everywhere. I live in CT, all four carrier present, and not in a rural area. Certain areas reception is great; now navigate a mile Noth or South, you get only edge. I tolerate carrier, due to its lower price. But is true what they say, you get what you pay for. My SGNx for the most part voice is pretty good. Just in case, I keep a basic phone with Verizon, and glad I did during the storm.
16. tmobile3960 posted on 13 Nov 2012, 23:06 0 0
Just had some H+ showing up on my unlocked Galaxy Note 2 in San Diego!!
Very exciting. Download tests between 6 and 9mb and upload about 1mb. PHone is only capable of H+21 not 42 so I am very happy with those numbers. Hopefully this wasnt just testing and this is live for real this time!