08-02-2012 10:54 PM
08-14-2012 8:58 PM
08-26-2012 2:54 PM
Do hurry. I have your HTC Titan II and it only performs properly under LTE. Under 4G, it won't maintain cellular data connection for more than a few minutes. I'm in Tampa, now (an LTE area) and it runs flawlessly. In Detroit, I have to reboot the phone constantly.
- edited 08-31-2012 7:28 PM by Phil-101
I live in northern Macomb County and nothing here yet either. One thing I have noticed is the fact I used to average 4-9Mb/s and for the last few weeks I am getting under 3 all the time now even after reboots. With my old HTC Inspire I could lock the phone in either EDGE or WCDMA. Since I have upgraded to the HTC Vivid, I can no longer lock the phone into a specific band such as LTE only. Wake up AT&T......Verizon is kicking
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08-31-2012 6:14 PM
08-31-2012 9:52 PM
09-01-2012 7:04 AM
How do you know that? My brother in law had the HTC Inspire "4G" phone and thought it was LTE capable because it was advertised as 4G . AT&T has several models of "4G" phones that only support up to HSPA+. Just saying some people who have those phones might not know the difference. I bet the iphone5 will support LTE but will be released for AT&T,Verizon,and Sprint and from what I have been reading on several forums there will be a lot of people jumping ship and switching to Verizon which I think would be great. Great in the sense that maybe AT&T will bring back unlimited data to draw customers back. I am hoping for LTE by this fall as well and really hoping for network upgrades in northern Mi. EDGE SUCKS!
09-01-2012 9:54 PM
Remember that Wild Banchi... 1993-2010
09-04-2012 10:16 AM
mine says H and H+ because I have a SIII with a CM Rom on it. I was in Chicago this weekend, and 4G all day (love it, worked even with a huge crowd at the festivle) can't wait for 4G in more places!
09-04-2012 8:42 PM
Wild Banchi wrote:
Network upgrades in northern Michigan would be very nice. I'm in Traverse City now, but occasionally go to Prudenville/Roscommon County on weekends. There is absolutely little to no signal at all in that area (mostly due to dense forest) and I feel like I'm wasting my service when I'm not able to use my phone as I'd like to.
On the bright side, I guess it is conserving battery life...
Great areas. The nothern service areas was actually bought by ATT a few years ago. I forget who the carrier was but their coverage was pretty good compared to other carriers at the time. Roscommon, if I recall correctly was not too dense relative to people. I do recall having my signal come and go depending upon where I was on the Forest Dunes course. Very spotty....