Change providers. Depending where you are located in the city will determine who is best for service. I frequent the Northside and some of the surrounding suburbs and I can hit anywhere from 80mb-350mb on T-Mobile. Also Xfinity is an MVNO, meaning that in terms of speed it's not the same as a Verizon postpaid customer.
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So it seems that it sometimes takes you wiping cache in the recovery mode after applying all these settings. I kept going on between Samsung Messages and Google Messages because I wasn't getting everyone's text messages. Google was more reliable but in the process of doing this I guess I changed IMS settings too often and wasn't able to enable RCS with either application. Google wouldn't let me activate or disable, and Samsung Messages showed it was active but I never got any of the features. Both were like this for a week so I missed out on a lot of messages. The Google page to disable RCS trying me to contact my carrier which I did, after working with them and engineering they said everything looks fine, just be on Google's side of things. This is where I gave up and seriously contemplated getting an iPhone. RCS won't be a hit unless everyone is on board. The fact that us unlocked users have to go through this just to activate it with the default messaging app on their phone. Also the fact that iphones will drag their feet to implement it into iMessage just has me disappointed. I finally got RCS to activate on Google Messages and although I prefer Samsung Messages, this is probably going to be my set up for the foreseeable future.
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