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The Signal we receive is of type LTE which means 5 than all the 3G speed data.If your mobile network provides only 4G, but your phone does not have LTE feature, then you will not get any signal in your phone.
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MBNL is a RAN sharing arrangement that only covers 2100MHz UMTS, EE have that as 5 as 1800MHz 5 and 800/1800/2600MHz LTE which 5 independent of 5 sharing other than site co-location.

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A continuation of the old "What happened to the Orange TMobile 3G share?
As the discussion no longer fitted the title and it's New Year I thought I'd effect a change.
The discussion lives on here.
Have asked for old thread to be closed.
Old thread here: First.
And to protest I do not like this thread's existence.
Long live the old Рукав Ш (VIII) 25-38 мм (10 Атм) ГОСТ 18698-79 />And happy new year.
If we going have a new thread It should be a MBNL thread not just for EE with separate threads for EE 4G and Three 4G.
At least till end of next year 5 the 3G will have been fully upgraded.
EE thread is more appropriate I think as the title details they have 2G, 3G and 4G services across the UK.
For 4G customers there will be differences in coverage and 5 quality and there is also the small matter of the GSM fallback which still accounts for the widest coverage across the UK on all the networks that provide it.
That's not entirely true.
They're not simply colocating 4G equipment.
While the cabinets are un-shared, that's about it, all other equipment remains shared between the two parties - including, or so I'm told, the backhaul, mast itself, and more importantly the antenna, splitters, combiners and amplifiers.
In many I'd even say based on my observations, most cases, EE and 3 continue using the same single set of antennae on their sites for both networks' 3G2100 and EE's GSM and 5 1800 services - they are using wideband antenna covering 1700-2200Mhz.
There is no separate equipment for 4G other than the cabinets.
For 4G customers there will be differences in coverage and signal quality and there is also the small matter of the GSM fallback which still accounts for the widest coverage across the UK on all the networks that provide it.
Supposedly, by the time EE's network upgrades are done, they'll only have around 20 non-3G transmitters in the whole of the UK.
VF+O2 claim "98% indoor 2G 3G and 4G" coverage target, how they'll achieve that I haven't a clue.
Probably the same as the Americans are using for their детальнее на этой странице AWS band services now that I think about it.
Explains why they look so "American" as well!
Probably the same as the Americans are using for their 1700 AWS band services now that I think about it.
Explains why they look so "American" as well!
You forgot about 5G to make the thread more future proof 5G i only just got over the fact that 4G is out as vodafone says powered by you really?
The 4G coverage in Belfast can be quite spotty, even though the coverage maps basically cover the whole city Still no sniff of 4G near my parents, looking at the coverage maps it seems to be just the mast that covers their area, all the ones around have 4G, seems strange to miss out just one and 5 a gaping hole in the coverage!
Old T-Mob mast has been removed as it was on a building that is about to be demolished however there is an Orange mast still in operation where I seem to be getting 3G from, anyone in know, know if they'd be upgrading that Orange mast for 4G?
Supposedly, by the time EE's network upgrades are done, they'll only have around 20 non-3G transmitters in the whole of the UK.
And I bet one of those is in Blaenau Ffestiniog Still 5 sniff of 4G near my parents, looking at the coverage maps it seems to be just the mast that covers their area, all the ones around have 4G, seems strange to miss out just one and leave a gaping hole in the coverage!
There's one like that in my town, 4G arrived in August, and there is this "hole" in the coverage.
Its also by the M3 motorway, so I expect it to be fixed.
There was a lot of roadworks going on in that road, so it probably prevented the MBNL people getting to the mast to upgrade it, and they've moved on to another town.
Hopefully they'll come back and upgrade them soon!
And I bet one of those is in Blaenau Ffestiniog Very likely as imagine there is no Fibre where you live.
Though suppose it could be microwaved in if there is a nearby place which has it.
Though with you might be involved in welsh BDUK which would allow the networks to get fibre to your local mast.
Think this fits here as well as anywhere.
I received a new T-Mobile sim as a replacement in November.
Normally this wouldn't bother me but I have a Moto G which displays the network name in the status bar all the time, making less room for notification icons.
Is there anyway to force a sim update so it will say EE instead?
EDIT: Never mind, found it as soon as I posted this thread.
Had to text yes to 2121 to force the update.
I'm going to leave mine displaying the old network names.
In a nerdy way it's interesting to see the spots where t-mobile mbnl fades and old orange infrastructure takes over.
Hopefully these orange base stations will нажмите чтобы узнать больше />Hopefully these orange base stations will remain.
Sadly no, in most places an old Orange 2G and sometimes very slow 3G mast is turned off when an MBNL mast nearby will be, or has 5, upgraded.
Unless there isn't an MBNL ссылка на страницу, in which case the Orange mast is upgraded to MBNL spec.
After upgrade they gain EDGE and 4G for EE.
Many also seem to provide EDGE support as a free benefit 5 the newer equipment supporting 2G.
I think he's talking about areas where there are no MBNL masts anywhere nearby.
There are plenty of places in the rural countryside where an Orange 2G mast is the only mast of any kind for a dozen kilometres usable by EE or 3.
I think he's talking about areas where there are no MBNL masts anywhere nearby.
There are plenty of places in the rural countryside where an Orange 2G mast is the only mast of any kind for a dozen kilometres usable by EE or 3.
Yes, that's what I'm on about I think he's talking about areas where there are no MBNL masts anywhere nearby.
There are plenty of places in the rural countryside where an Orange 2G mast is the only mast of any kind for a dozen kilometres usable by EE or 3.
Gotcha Sounds like the area DevonBloke knows?
Very likely as imagine there is no Fibre where you live.
Though suppose it could be microwaved in if there is a nearby place which has it.
Though with you might be involved in welsh BDUK which would allow the networks to get fibre to your local mast.
I still struggle to believe it myself, but 5 village was actually fibre enabled in September of last year, and I believe almost every cabinet is now live.
Trying to think where the nearest cab is to the mast in question though?
Suppose when I see them digging up the road nearby I'll know somethings going on lol.
Only that the EE network should have upgraded all the old приведенная ссылка masts by end of 2014.
This might be daft but I thought BT fibre in the area had no bearing on mast upgrades - I thought in areas without fibre they'd lay ethernet from the exchange or use microwave backhaul.
My understanding of how they get bandwidth to the transmission site is limited, only that its delivered either by fibre, ethernet or microwave relay.
Our 2G Orange site is microwave 5 />Can't believe researching the UK fibre rollout in general that we are fibre enabled, and I can have 80mbps delivered to my door, but theres not a sniff of 3G about lol - I'll be doing a speedtest indoors and get 80mbps over wifi, step outside and get 0.
I still struggle to believe it myself, but the village was actually fibre enabled in September of last year, and I believe almost 5 cabinet is now live.
Trying to think where the nearest cab is to the mast in question though?
Suppose when I see them digging up the road nearby I'll know somethings going on lol.
I've asked about this mast several times before, to anybody and everybody in the know, and I can't get a even a rough date estimate as to when it'll be upgraded.
Only that the EE network should have upgraded all the old 2G masts by end 5 2014.
This might be daft but I thought BT fibre in the area had no bearing on mast upgrades - I thought in areas without fibre they'd lay ethernet from the exchange or use microwave перейти на источник />My understanding of how they get bandwidth to the transmission site is limited, only that its delivered either by fibre, ethernet or microwave relay.
Our 2G Orange site is microwave relayed.
Can't believe researching the UK fibre rollout in general that we are fibre enabled, and I can have 80mbps delivered to my door, but theres not a sniff of 3G about lol - I'll be doing a speedtest indoors and get 80mbps over wifi, 5 outside and get 0.
Hmm reason I mentioned BT Fibre is that it helps a lot if there is already infrastructure in the area when they are sorting the backhaul out for mast upgrades.
Likely that mast 5 not be microwave relayed then when it is upgraded if fibre backhaul is present like you say.
Nice to see rural areas getting it done though.
Completely agree with you about mast upgrades it is far тока Лоток кабельный проволочный DKC FC1060INOX 100 х 600 х 3000 мм then it was now though nearly get same coverage as my friend gets on EE these days.
Still waiting on some main roads in Cheshire to get mast upgrades though I expect blackspots on a нажмите чтобы перейти of those roads will not get filled in till 4G 800MHz is used.
Just found another place in central Edinburgh that has перейти service from EE or 3, except via an old Orange GPRS micro.
I hope they don't get rid of that, or else we'll be left with just O2 and Vodafone 3G.
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