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 02-12-2018 05:39 AM
 webOSfan
 
I have an HP Veer that's actually been on T-Mo for a while now, but I've recently lost the H+ icon for the big E only. I've asked in the t-mo subgroup for input on that change.

But my question to this subgroup is,

Is anyone over here still receiving H+, from either AT&T directly or through an MVNO?

All i can find anymore is LTE ads, so I'm a little hesitant to sign it up anywhere without confirmation from a satisfied user.

Thanks for any direction to an H+ service provider for this fun little device, if i have to switch.
 
 02-12-2018 05:43 AM
CircuitSwitched
 
Yes. My car that runs on AT&T drops down to HSPA+ all the time.

Sent from my PH-1 using HoFo mobile app
 
 02-12-2018 02:31 PM
 quagmire
 
Originally posted by CircuitSwitched:
Yes. My car that runs on AT&T drops down to HSPA+ all the time.

Sent from my PH-1 using HoFo mobile app


Ditto for my iPhone on AT&T Postpaid.
 
 02-12-2018 02:35 PM
 ecs0013
 
Yep - there's a few LTE dead spots where I live and my iPhone goes back to "4G" (I can also turn off LTE and receive it), as well as the DAS that AT&T installed at work.

I think T-Mobile is refarming a lot of their 3G/4G spectrum into LTE in a lot of areas, leaving a very minimal amount of 2G/EDGE available for legacy IoT and old devices. That might be what you're seeing in your area on the HP...
 
 02-12-2018 03:58 PM
 baayers
 
4G is alive and well here in the Tampa Bay area. In the speed testing that I have done I have seen results between 3-15 down. As the other poster above mentioned T-Mobile is in the process of taking a lot of their 4G that is on 1900 MHz and converting it to LTE. I know our area for example was converted last fall. AT&T has mentioned nothing about converting or shutting it down and I have noticed new towers that came online as recently as last December have had it added to them so it looks like it will be good for the foreseeable future.
 
 02-12-2018 04:17 PM
bobdevnul
 
Originally posted by webOSfan:
...Thanks for any direction to an H+ service provider for this fun little device, if i have to switch.


Any service provider that uses AT&T. Freedompop works if you want to try something for free*. FP is not real cell service for voice and text. It works using data with their app. Data is data. It works fine.

*Free, but requires a $5 deposit to get to free.
 
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