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Support WI-MAX availability


  1. ajore22

    ajore22 Well-Known Member

    Hi there,

    Will Wi-Max be available on day 1? Or will we have to wait until Sprint gets LTE in our market? Or worse, we have to share Wi-Max with sprint :eek:?

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  2. agentc13

    agentc13 Daleks Über Alles VIP Member

    If it is in your area already, it will be available. If it isn't there already, it won't be. I don't think they plan on expanding to new areas, just fleshing out the ones they already have it in.

    All the Sprint phones with WiMax will be using the same stuff as well. But I think many of those users will be upgrading phones in the future.
  3. Virginmobileguy

    Virginmobileguy Well-Known Member

    AgentC: U get my pm? also how can I check if I will have availability here in California? for 4g mainly Los angeles
  4. agentc13

    agentc13 Daleks Über Alles VIP Member

    No, I didn't get one.
  5. Nate456

    Nate456 Well-Known Member

    Try sprint's coverage map or clearwire's map
  6. TheBritton

    TheBritton Resident Galaxy Cat Guide

    By "fleshing out" do you mean they will not be building any new towers in new areas but they will likely be improving the towers already existing?

    (I have very strong 4G signals 60 miles away in the city. Here in the suburbs I get "glimpses" of it. I guess I'm hoping for a miracle in that it might reach my way a little more LOL!
    Realistically I know that's not likely at all.)

    However, on the local news they were telling how LTE will be heavily added and will have constant coverage between here and Dallas. Although that isn't relative to this topic, I thought it was cool how LTE is the new 3G and will be available even in the most rural of areas.

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