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djdanska
Rudie32
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reply to wadewood

Re: my phone now worthless?

said by wadewood:

OK, I'm with T-Mobile in Houston and have a HTC Sensation. From what I know about my phone, I don't think it works HSPA+ service in the 1900 MHz band. Does this mean my phone can't connect on higher speed HSPA+??

No, they are still keeping it's current AWS network running. Nothing should change for you.
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Network Guy
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Sweet. Hope you are right.


djdanska
Rudie32
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The PCS HSPA+ network is overlapping its current network. Its a slow gradual shift. T-Mobile is making sure all new phones work on HSPA+ (they have started this before the at&t merger).

If anything, Im thinking as more and more users start using the PCS HSPA+ network (they won't know or notice anything), it will lighten the load on the aws network.

Network Guy
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Could have fooled me if there's saturation on their AWS band in NYC. Works great for me via SIMPLE Mobile.


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I am a new t-mobile customer coming over from Verizon. I have to say in my area it has been very solid. I have zero complaints so far.

Speeds on my Note 2 are the same as Verizon at my house. Speeds around town are a little slower but not much. In a strong signal area I see 12 to 19 down and 1 to 3 up. That is right on par with Verizon
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