I'm trying to see what the deal is with the 600 MHz Towers in the South Florida market? Because for approximately a year now I've been getting told by T-Mobile 611 that the 600 MHz Towers we're already being deployed for this market. I've even had a chat with 611 specifically about certain towers near my house, or near one of my good friends houses. They told me that those towers specifically were going to be completed in January. But the tower I speak of near my good friends house is acting very crazy and I'm only getting 0.01 Mbps, which he lives there so he gets that day in and day out since last November. But they claim that the upgrades for the modernization/600 MHz is already done. But I've been having the same problems in general throughout my whole market which was already established by local engineers and tickets, that it's a market wide issue(if you pull up my account and look from last November till today, even corporate got involved and I spoke to them once).
But I haven't seen any signal improve on any band yet yet. I've also done a Google map look up of the 600 MHz Towers, which it shows you the information on Google Maps from T-Mobile as of February of this year. Which not a single place in my state has 600 MHz supposedly according to Google Maps via T-Mobile information. But for some reason small markets like Wyoming has the 600 MHz, I would think they would try to bring it to the bigger markets first and then the smaller markets.
Know I probably need a 600 MHz phone to take advantage of this, if it's really up and running. But I did preorder the Galaxy S9+, which according to UPS I should be getting it today 4 days early. But nonetheless when I get the phone I'm going to test it, and see if anything improves and see if I am picking up the 600 MHz band. Maybe it's not officially deployed my market yet, but certain individual towers could have it.
But nonetheless, I want to see what's going on with the modernization and if you have any information of when it's going to be deployed in my market?(wspecially after approximately a year I'vebern told this) , and so far I haven't seen any improvements in signals. Actually the service as a whole has been getting worse, to the point that corporate got involved. Which they told me an 11 year customer, to switch carriers and leave multiple times. That's how bad it's getting, because they realize and completely acknowledge it(even at the corporate level), but they're not doing anything to fix it. They just refuse to fix what they acknowledge, which is a market wide issue. So I'm trying to see, maybe the 600 MHz with the Galaxy S9+ will fix all this horrible service I'm getting market wide.