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If you look at the map, go a few miles outside a city, and T-Mobile is back on "2G" or roaming. Verizon is on LTE or EVDO. Some of the 1x roaming areas on Verizon, which are pretty much beyond where T-Mobile even has service, are being fixed with LTEiRA.
San Diego, CA
I know what's on the maps. It isn't reflective of new coverage. Tons of the coverage i had was listed as pure roaming. Some had the icons for new towers but still roaming. Real vs. map coverage isn't the same.
The day the child realizes that all adults are imperfect, he becomes an adolescent; the day he forgives them, he becomes an adult. The day he forgives himself, he becomes wise.
Yeah right. You're trying to tell me that T-Mobile has done some massive stealth build-out to cover the massive areas that they currently have 2G or no service with 4G? Yeah right. Maybe here or there, but definitely not anywhere close to where AT&T is. And even AT&T will fall back to EDGE occasionally, but at least they have something pretty much everywhere.