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    4g denver?

    As of the last three days I'm seeing 4g light up on my Admire 2. No roaming, just 4g. It doesn't hang in there very long, and goes back to 3g being indicated, and running speedtest while 4g is lit doesn't show any data speed improvements over 3g, but, yeah...any word on this? I do know that Leap is going to be rolling out LTE soon(ish), but haven't heard a peep about the Denver area.

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    Ahh this forum is helpful. :-/

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    I think their is some on the highways of i-25 but with the att merger i think that the 4g expansion is on hold for markets that have not done a full buildout yet. Think of it like sprint with wimax in indianapolis indiana were their is only a select area of the city that has wimax 4g

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    Cricket support is clueless on this, and the web site shows zero coverage in Denver. I get this 4g indicator quite frequently in the northern suburbs, but speeds are not 4g.

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