probably because sprint is trying to pull of this upgrade in just over 2 years...it took roughly 4 for V and ATT..
Just to be clear I have tested my 4G LTE in multiple locations all over Fort Worth, Keller, Grapevine, Southlake.
The closest to a tower I have run a test would be about 200 feet.
Only once have I ever gotten over 10Mbps and I immediately retested to see it again (I was in shock) and the speeds were down below 2Mbps the next time.
I dont know what is going on. Why were Verizon and ATT able to deploy and have great speeds from the get go but Sprint cannot??? Why is everything so difficult for Sprint?
GOOD BYE GUYS
i have recently gotten off the phone with sprint and i have canceled my service
VERIZON LTE HERE I COME
The Premium Data add-on is a way for Sprint to continue to provide smartphone users the value of unlimited data on the Sprint network while still giving them the data experience customers have come to expect. As we all know, a smartphone gobbles data just like your home computer. Bandwidth costs money and Sprint has to recoup that money. Once Network vision is fully implemented you will be able feed your device all the data it can eat.
Bingo. DING DING DING.
Here's a cupie doll.
OT, heres mine just a few minutes ago.
i got the highest 3G speeds i have seen in a LONG time on my way home..900kbps up with a 433kbps down...its been a long time since i have seen the download speeds higher than the upload speeds lol..backhaul and speed upgrades for the win..now if they can only start working on the ones closer to my work lol
Yeah, I'm just glad they finally started doing work in Ca. towards Network Vision.
yah you guys down south are getting it...up north here noooooot so much lol..most we can look foreward to is possible backhaul upgrades lol...sacramento might be getting something going on there...but nothing rumored so far..san fran is getting NV upgrades..so i guess THAT could be considered northern cali