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    Default Sprint LTE speed tests

    Looks legit to me.

    [YT]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8xihFQBwqfc[/YT]
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    thats exciting!!!! Hope Austin gets it by july 2013.
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    I saw another video of the same guy almost hitting 50MB Down. wow!
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    Quote Originally Posted by knotsure View Post
    thats exciting!!!! Hope Austin gets it by july 2013.
    Sprint will lose a lot of customers in Austin if they wait that long. Since Dallas, Houston and San Antonio are already LTE, Austin should not be that far behind. Verizon and ATT already have LTE in Austin....so customers will say goodbye to Sprint.

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of..._by_population (Austin #14 and growing)...better not wait too long.
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    How long do you think it'll take to get LTE in the #55 city?
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    All i know is that when i saw this i was like this............
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    Lmao!!! I do believe my reaction was something similar. That's why I need my Nexus Now!!!

    Sent from the greatest HTC EVO 4G ever made!!!
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    If this is true, i can't wait for the galaxy nexus

    Sent from my waterproof element
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    That would be a huge improvment over the average download speed I'm getting of 0.28Mbps. It's getting pretty frustrating to pay for "Premium Data" but not get premium data.
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    Is there a list yet of when cities will be getting the lte?

    ***Disregard any and all typos as my large thumbs cannot fit the keyboard correctly***
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    Quote Originally Posted by DeputyDipshizz View Post
    Is there a list yet of when cities will be getting the lte?
    No, there's a website.

    ANNOUNCED AND DEPLOYMENT UNDER WAY 2011 (8):
    Atlanta/Athens
    Houston
    Dallas
    San Antonio
    Baltimore
    Kansas City
    Chicago
    San Francisco

    ANNOUNCED AND DEPLOYMENT TO BEGIN IN 2012 (7):

    Boston
    Washington, D.C.
    New York City/Westchester
    LA Metro (Los Angeles)
    South Bay (San Jose)
    West Washington (Seattle)
    West Michigan (Grand Rapids/Lansing)

    NYC, LA, Chicago, Houston - America's 1st, 2nd, 3rd and 4th largest cities are listed - the nation's 5th largest city isn't. There's a special section in hell for people like Dan Hesse.
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    I haven't heArd anything about Austin yet. We already have Wimax here so I figure they'll make us wait. I can't up until 6/13 anyway so whatever.
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    Quote Originally Posted by knotsure View Post
    I haven't heArd anything about Austin yet. We already have Wimax here so I figure they'll make us wait. I can't up until 6/13 anyway so whatever.
    New announcements, March 5th.

    ANNOUNCED AND DEPLOYMENT TO BEGIN IN 2012:

    Oregon/SW Washington (Portland)
    Austin
    Charlotte

    The fine print:

    Second round markets start based on First Round markets completing before them. There is a lot of variability of when Second Round markets start, between May 2012 and December 2012. It will all depend on how quickly the First Round market deployments go. Some preliminary work is being done in advance in these Second Markets as well. It's possible that if delays begin to occur in the First Round markets, NV OEM's may hire up additional subcontractors and get some key Second Round markets going. Stay tuned to S4GRU.com for updates.

    Still no Phoenix - rot in hell Dan Hesse.
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    You know its funny, if Sprint would get their 3G up to snuff we could have speeds like this all the tike. Unfortunately they have had such an explosion in new customers they are having trouble keeping up. Here are the speeds I get in the middle of the night when most people are asleep.

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    Awwww there's isn't ANY city in Ohio slated to receive lte yet. This state sucks, don't live here... lol

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