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Neville
CTO at T-Mobile.
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Neville 2h
Replying to @opensignal @ATT and 2 others
Meanwhile, per , " still feeling the pain of Unlimited" - all while has stayed on top and continues to gain. Looking forward to OpenSignal's full report!
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Neville 2h
Replying to @TMobile
The Duopoly doesn't have a nationwide, multi-band spectrum, mobile 5G story to tell & if they acknowledge 5G isn’t coming until ‘19 they have no talking points to combat their lost network advantages. but is serious about real 5G & we call BS as we see it.
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Neville 2h
Replying to @TMobile
Consumers deserve better!! And they’re going to get something better from . Real 5G will be mobile AND nationwide, much more than a speed boost, will work across all spectrum bands, will be standards-based & will start showing up in 2019.
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Neville 2h
Replying to @verizon
But the real BS comes from . They said they’d be first with pre-standards fixed wireless 5G in 2018. Because they won’t be using 5G industry standards, that means it won’t scale or work with most 5G smartphones. Not that they’re interested in mobile 5G?
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Neville 2h
Replying to @TMobile @ATT
After launching last year, ’s now over here announcing 5G will come in 2018 – with zero details and no meaningful or tangible path. What about the spectrum band, geography, device format?? All unanswered.
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Neville 2h
Lots of 5G talk coming out of CES. And no wonder why - has been winning on speed and performance and has all but closed the coverage gap. So the Duopoly's desperate to change the subject!
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Neville 19h
Replying to @asanaty1
Yes, we have a new LTE site and L700 upgrade coming end of summer
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Neville 19h
Yes, we look at as many sources as we can to analyze coverage and improve customer experience
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Neville 19h
Replying to @bradsevy
Yes, CA on B4+B2 are active
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Neville 19h
Replying to @catssbest1
We have plans to increase capacity and deploy more LTE Advanced sites to the area this year!
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Neville 19h
Replying to @cdaniel731
Yes, we constantly collect signal data from our sites, as well as 3rd party signal data, to determine ways to improve our network
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Neville 20h
Thx for the kind words. We have 1000+ site improvements in 2017 - including new LTE upgrades, new sites and small cell deployments
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Neville 20h
Replying to @wasilewski1017
Way too early to answer that but you can always check in with Apple
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Neville 20h
Glad to hear that. Stay warm!
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Neville 20h
Currently the LG devices supporting 600MHz are the LG V30 and V30+. You’ll need to reach out to LG for info on future devices, thx!
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Neville 21h
Of course customers use the most data of any network. Our LTE network is built for Unlimited!!
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Neville Jan 16
Replying to @TMobile
And as the Super Bowl's coming soon to Minneapolis, there's just one thing left to say.....
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Neville Jan 16
. boosted the Twin Cities with PERMANENT coverage & capacity upgrades - and it shows!!
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Neville retweeted
Braxton Carter Jan 15
Today we remember Dr. King’s messages and fight for equality. At we also stand to . Love to see our teams volunteer for the MLK Day of Service and participate in the MLK parades!!
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Neville Jan 12
Puerto Rico will for sure see 600MHz service in 2018!
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