Pittsburgh but not Philly, seriously???
If so, that makes upgrading from the GN much less worth it despite the great pricing. But thanks for the info.
No Philly? That's weak... -__- lol.
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You are one of the lucky ones because t mobile is a joke in Atlanta!
They say i should get great coverage here on the map, but I'm almost always having dropped calls, can't get a signal in buildings, distortion, and i really wish i didn't leave Sprint.
This hspa+ 42 never goes ANYWHERE NEAR 42mbps, most i get is 22 and that's in the middle of the night when no one else is in. 21mbps doesn't even go that high nor close to it.
I wish t mobile would stop lying about that
My wife has Verizon, she gets a slightly better signal than Sprint (which was excellent btw) and she is able to talk indoors! I can't with t mobile unless i use Wi-Fi calling. That's gay.
She gets a signal everywhere i go.
Verizon is definitely worth the extra 10 dollar a month
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This is what I'm currently getting in Philly with T-Mobile. Tried multiple tests (also with tethering off) and its pretty much giving me the same results.
I haven't been able to find if Philly has HSPA+ as of now. Any word?
I read somewhere that if I'm getting HSPA+ the H will have a plus next to it?
Philly may have been one of the very first places in the nation to get HSPA+. It was T-Mobile's test market. You've got HSPA+.
And the way your phone reports things in the status bar is entirely up to whatever ROM you decided to install. It's not definitive. Period.
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