San Diego, CA
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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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Sweet. Hope you are right.
San Diego, CA
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.
Could have fooled me if there's saturation on their AWS band in NYC. Works great for me via SIMPLE Mobile.
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--