T-Mobile’s Reaction To Verizon’s LTE Announcement

With the 4G Wars heating up after today’s announcement of Verizon’s new LTE network  bringing impressive speeds to the table, T-Mobile shares its reaction to the announcement.  T-Mobile welcomes Verizon to the “4G world”, claiming that T-Mobile subscribers have been enjoying “America’s Largest 4G Network” for a while now and love it.  Magenta also states that it is still on track to cover 200 million people by the end of 2010.  Compare that to Verizon which is expected to cover only 110 million people by the end of 2010.  In addition, T-Mobile plans to offer 42 Mbps theoretical speeds in 2011.  Furthermore, when asked what T-Mobile thinks of Verizon calling its new LTE network, “The most advanced 4G network in the world”, Magenta responded that it stands by its latest marketing campaign, “America’s Largest 4G Network”, offering more 4G devices in more places compared to competing 4G services.  Even more interesting, when asked how T-Mobile’s HSPA+ 4G network compares to Verizon’s LTE network in terms of latency, T-Mobile responded that the experience in real-time applications will be virtually the same as Verizon’s LTE network.  Hit the jump for all the FAQs on T-Mobile’s reaction to Verizon’s new LTE network!

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  • Gregorydewaynehill2003

    first.

  • Gregorydewaynehill2003

    first.

  • la_resistance28

    That’s awesome, T-mo. I love how they responded calmly and confidently to Verizon’s LTE announcement by highlighting T-Mo’s strengths (# of users covered, devices/actual PHONES, path for future growth) and subtly pointing out their competitors’ drawbacks (Verizon and Sprint included).

    It’s fine to pick fights wisely, especially when Verizon and Sprint seem to have pretty competent marketing and PR, and have actually launched 4G networks. Save the scrappiness for those fools at AT&T, haha. They’re always bumbling when it comes to marketing and getting picked on by Verizon, Tmo, and just about everyone else in the wireless industry. =)

  • It’s me vern

    T Mobile rocks. I have been working there for over 12 years and still love my job. Its a great company for both consumers and employees alike.

    • I hear ya

      Best value for your buck hands down!

    • I hear ya

      Best value for your buck hands down!

      • Anonymous

        Sadly, however, LTE bests HSPA+ in all areas besides theoretical speeds, which are nothing like actual speeds. T-mobile will not hold the “largest 4g network for long”, because of Verizon’s endless pockets and their love of providing a stable and broad network, they will cover more people soon enough. They may only cover half of T-mobile, but they are doing it in less than a month! T-mobile’s had a while to spread their 4g network…

  • GrammarNazi

    “Magenta also states that their is still on track to cover 200 million people by the end of 2010″. Please check your usage of the word their.

    Example:
    Their network is fast, but they’re not going to have coverage there.

    • Rsimmons37

      Fuckin douchebag

  • http://tmonews.com David

    Welcome to the wonderful world of creating buzz.

  • http://tmonews.com David

    Welcome to the wonderful world of creating buzz.

  • Ccoltrain

    They might have LTE up and running but how many handsets do they offer that can utilize the technology. T-Mo has several devises already in their lineup that can take advantage of the HSPA+ technology. Even phones that are not HSPA+ capable experience faster download speeds. My HD2 will ping 6 mps quite a bit over a large geographical area.

  • http://cosmicbreeze.tumblr.com/ DtheArtist

    That’s the T-Mobile spirit, T-MOBILE!, lol

  • blah

    obviously TMO has nothing to lose which is while the are carrying on like it this, its downright embarrassing. ATT has and is deploying the exact same thing, NOT calling it 4G, and not making a big deal about it and patronizing the other carriers…. Its almost downright childish. Anyway Great news for Verizon this we what I have been waiting for. Likely wait til this time to make the move as I just got the MyTouch 4G so I will enjoy HSPA+ goodness while its still competitive in the short-term.

    • Derpdeplume

      That’s because AT&T is NOT deploying the “same thing”. They might have the same ping speed to the tower but NOT past that. They don’t have the ability to backhaul the bandwidth to get to 42Mbit that T-Mobile does.

      AT&T should be embarrassed. And so should anyone who defends them.

      • Ramiro9448

        I don’t think he was defending AT&T as much as he was using AT&T to make a comparison. I love T-Mobile but it is very annoying to see or hear their commercial saying that they’re “the largest 4G network”. They may reach near 4G speeds, but HSPA+ is NOT a 4G network!

        • Yancy Perry

          LTE is not a 4g network Either. LTE Advance is a 4g network by global standards! Not one company has a true 4g network in the United States as of right now.

        • Anonymous

          And… Neither is LTE nor Wimax so what is your point?

        • blah

          Thank you, thats my point. I actually detest ATT with a passion since before cingular and never have and never will use them. Sprint was my first love but broke my heart and moved to tmo. To the two responses below, LTE and WiMax use 4G technology. Period. You cannot argue that. Not being the definition of ITUs definition of a 4G network, DOES NOT mean its not using 4G technology because it is. 4G is a technology.

      • blah

        So you guys clearly pull these stats out of nowhere…

        http://www.globaltelecomsbusiness.com/Article/2724662/Sectors/25202/Were-faster-AT-Ts-Stephenson-tells-GTB.html

        ATT chooses not to deploy 42mbit HSPA because by that time they will move to a real 4G technology. HSPA they are using is the exact same technology as ATTs so claiming they do not have the ability to increase the bandwidth is ignorant at best.

    • Shmog1

      AT&T is only 14.4 mbs theoretical speeds Tmo has 21 MBA and 42mbs next year and they’ll have the largest coverage and fastest speeds,I think its safe to say T-Mobile has the right to brag

    • Grammatica di Polizia

      Your post is “downright embarrassing.” Here is where you went wrong, corrections in caps:

      “OBVIOUSLY TMO has nothing to lose which is WHY THEY are carrying on like this (delete “it”), IT’S downright embarassing. AT&T has and is deploying the exact same thing, not calling it 4G, and not making a big deal about it and patronizing the other carriers…. IT’S almost downright childish. ANYWAY, GREAT news for Verizon. THIS (delete “we”) is what I have been waiting for. Likely WILL WAIT (delete “til this” and add “will”) to make the move as I just got the MyTouch 4G so I will enjoy HSPA+ goodness while IT’S competitive in the SHORT TERM.”

      • blah

        Im typing on my MYTouch4G and the text prediction sucks monkeys balls, if the software didnt suck so bad there wouldnt be so many typos, now spin that one….

    • Rsimmons37

      Fuckin douchebag

    • Rsimmons37

      Fuckin douchebag

    • Anonymous

      HSPA 7.2 is NOT HSPA+ the only reason they don’t claim 4G while t-mobile does is because AT&T has 7.2 and only plans to go 14.4 HSPA of which IS NOT the same network as HSPA+ because HSPA+ is designated as 21mbps in the bare minimum. If anyone believes AT&T claims they are fools.

    • Anonymous

      To combine words in order like this: “which is while the are carrying on like it this” and “news for Verizon this we what I have been”… “its downright embarrassing.”

      • blah

        Im typing on my MYTouch4G and the text prediction sucks monkeys balls, if the software didnt suck so bad there wouldnt be so many typos, now spin that one….

  • Him

    ummmmmmm….I love my job too, but REALLY!??! A leaks a leak…don’t worry so much about it.

  • janine

    havent been with the company long i see.. there there, calm down, this has been going on for a lonnng time and its going to stop.

    • http://tmonews.com David

      It’s going to stop or NOT going to stop? It’s good for the company, it’s good for all of them, just ask the readers if its helped them make a buying decision, that’s reason enough.

      • janine

        ha! meant to say NOT going to stop. good ol typos :-) tmo employees having nothing but love for site.

        • http://tmonews.com David

          And we (most importantly I) have quite a bit of love for all that T-Mobile employees do, for those who read the site and those who don’t, it’s all appreciated!

        • http://tmonews.com David

          And we (most importantly I) have quite a bit of love for all that T-Mobile employees do, for those who read the site and those who don’t, it’s all appreciated!

        • Drew

          So much for “Internal Use Only” =P. I guess as long as it’s not something that becomes the wikileak of T-Mobile, it’s okay. Thanks for the appreciation, David! We appreciate you helping our wonderful customers see where we stand in this 4G war… and that’s on top! :)

      • janine

        ha! meant to say NOT going to stop. good ol typos :-) tmo employees having nothing but love for site.

      • janine

        ha! meant to say NOT going to stop. good ol typos :-) tmo employees having nothing but love for site.

    • http://tmonews.com David

      It’s going to stop or NOT going to stop? It’s good for the company, it’s good for all of them, just ask the readers if its helped them make a buying decision, that’s reason enough.

  • Anonymous

    Loving it. T-Mobile indeed has the largest 4G network to date. They also have the largest selection of 4G devices to date. Now whether HSPA+ is just a software upgrade or not, T-Mobile has found a way to minimize effeciency and costs to still offer major, major 4G speeds. A lot of these customers wont care about the technology behind it; they care about the experience and T-Mobile is offering major 4G experience and major speeds. You gotta be smart in business. Next year the speeds gets even more sicker. If and when T-Mobile ever goes to LTE and using similar “software” on LTE will even make for even more ridiculous speeds. Personally I’m up for it and all out behind Magenta. Let’s go!!

    • http://www.facebook.com/MatthewSki Matthew Kalinowski

      if they do go to lte they wont do it till its lte-a and i think lte-a is worth waiting for and with hspa+42 or maybe even hspa+ 84 to fall back on when they are rolling out lte-a t-mo will have the best network

      • Anonymous

        I say T-mobile should take HSPA+ all the way to 168mbps but thats probably at least 5 years from now.

        • http://www.facebook.com/MatthewSki Matthew Kalinowski

          i think they should go with both hspa+ and lte-a because lte can broadcast signal through cement better

        • Anonymous

          Yeah I can agree with that. Have LTE-A and then have HSPA+ as a fall back network or vice versa.

      • Anonymous

        lte-a? that’ll be sa-weet!! good things are, and will be coming to t-mobile.

  • SaggyBalls

    I think this 4G war is, overall, a positive thing, but should be taken with a grain of salt. This article by Matt Buchanan really puts things into perspective.

    http://gizmodo.com/5703627/do-you-really-need-a-4g-phone-right-now?skyline=true&s=i

  • SaggyBalls

    I think this 4G war is, overall, a positive thing, but should be taken with a grain of salt. This article by Matt Buchanan really puts things into perspective.

    http://gizmodo.com/5703627/do-you-really-need-a-4g-phone-right-now?skyline=true&s=i

    • Ali

      Right, but where the market is clearly headed is not cell phones, but mobile broadband.

      The major carriers are all interested in investing in this gold mine which is why they are pushing hard for it and each of their newest “4G” networks are given to us first with a datastick as their 4G device. Throw in the iPad, Galaxy Tab & Playbook to go along with those useless netbooks they’re all trying to give away, and you can clearly see, the wireless industry is out to put a dinosaur like footprint in the broadbad market and try to completely overtake it within the next few years.

      So, yes, the typical user probably won’t need it for anything more than getting the hippest phone available as well as having the 4G as a little luxury…But for those who are putting money into some sort of broadband device…It’s incredible for them as it basically gives them the same speeds of broadband at the same price, but is also portable…You know, as long as you don’t need to split the signal/bill w/someone

  • 4G OR NOT TO 4G

    Employee, prefers to let Verizon, Sprint and AT&T out propaganda T-Mobile, with T-Mobile sitting on the side lines, watching all the customers run to the other carriers…then he will be out of a job…actually maybe he doesn’t deserve this job to begin with:)

  • GinaDee

    Good answer but I wonder why T-Mobile is being so mum about any plans to expand their network past 200 million Americans.

    Instead I fear they will leave the rest of their coverage are without any new fiber backhaul and stuck on GPRS. ;-(

    I seriously hope they are not claiming victory now. Too many 4G areas where our phones still bounce to EDGE (outdoors) and 45 Kbps speeds in a 4G area is unacceptable.

    2011 should be the year that they upgrade the rest of their native network to accomodate 21 Mbps HSPA +; not because the cows need it; but because it’s going to lay the foundation for future LTE upgrades.

    T-Mobile dragged their feet for too long. They were not aggressive with acquisitions and did not participate in bidding wars to win previous 700 MHz spectrum like ATT and Verizon did. That strategy backfired on them and the reason why in the downed economy their largest peers and smaller peers continued to do well while T-Mobile widened their losses.

    They can redeem themselves by re-entering the market much bolder. They need to insist on investing heavily in CAPEX even at the dismay of shareholders. Again this investment will serve them well as the foundation for at least the next 10 or so years.

    And by God. Advertise your 4G network as something powerful, modern and exciting with edge. Carly is cute and the current Apple vs PC ads are not terrible but they don’t do anything to excite the user nor will they convince anyone wanting an iPhone to drop their plans and go for the MT4G.

    • http://www.facebook.com/MatthewSki Matthew Kalinowski

      yeah they do need to expand there 3g(4g) foot print but i think they should b4 they role out the hspa+ 42 but maybe there plan is to in some areas skip the 3g and hspa+ 21 and go strate to hspa+42 every where that might not even have 3g yet idk but right now im loving the speeds im getting on hspa+21 on my mt4g and even my behold 2 thats i no longer use and right now the most advanced 4g network ad is not enough to make me want to pay more and lte was not tested under high traffic yet and if its one thing Verizon has its a lot of network traffic

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  • Nerdlust

    Things are starting to get very interesting!

  • http://www.facebook.com/MatthewSki Matthew Kalinowski

    by the time Verizon has an lte phone t-mo will have hspa+42 and hopefully the nexus s and (not a big deal to me but maybe to other ppl) the iphone 4. im not saying they are getting the iphone 4 but they might get it t-mo already has it in Germany

    • Anonymous

      Nah I don’t think its the iPhone 4 any more. I believe its the iPad 2 because that makes more sense plus Cell Phone Signal(an alternative t-mobile news site) did an article on it and it matches up and explains a lot. We could however still get the next iPhone 5 being that all carriers is what is happening to iPad 2.

      • http://tmonews.com David

        As usual he presents information with absolutely no believable source. There is NOTHING that says a future iPad will run on T-Mobile 3G and more to the point, T-Mobile received microsims to accomodate current iPhone4 customers running on their network. He’s reaching for the sky as usual by presenting misleading information that has no support in reality.

  • Grammatica di Polizia

    This 4G “war” does not matter to me. This is because even though I do not have a 4G superphone, the signal on my phone is plenty fast. YouTube videos play fine, web pages load quickly and I can download files fast enough.

    Besides, most of the time I am using WiFi, either at home, a café, or while waiting for and using transit. That’s why I don’t mind, except on principle, TMobile’s 5GB cap; this is because if I am at an airport or train station I am using WiFi, to watch, for example, TV broadcasts. Using WiFi I cut way back on my data usage.

    If the TV signal lagged or if YouTube videos were choppy, then I would have a complaint about TMobile advertising the largest 4G network and 4G speeds.

    To me, unless we are running speed tests ten times a day, do any of us really know which carrier’s 4G speed claims are accurate? Yes, all carriers’ signals will fluctuate and suffer degradation, but I am not an expert and can’t tell if my 4G speeds are at the lower or higher end of the 4G spectrum and nor can I determine the validity of speed claims by the carriers.

    And since I get faster speeds than in areas without 4G, I don’t care what’s going on with the other 199,999,999 users.

  • Grammatica di Polizia

    This 4G “war” does not matter to me. This is because even though I do not have a 4G superphone, the signal on my phone is plenty fast. YouTube videos play fine, web pages load quickly and I can download files fast enough.

    Besides, most of the time I am using WiFi, either at home, a café, or while waiting for and using transit. That’s why I don’t mind, except on principle, TMobile’s 5GB cap; this is because if I am at an airport or train station I am using WiFi, to watch, for example, TV broadcasts. Using WiFi I cut way back on my data usage.

    If the TV signal lagged or if YouTube videos were choppy, then I would have a complaint about TMobile advertising the largest 4G network and 4G speeds.

    To me, unless we are running speed tests ten times a day, do any of us really know which carrier’s 4G speed claims are accurate? Yes, all carriers’ signals will fluctuate and suffer degradation, but I am not an expert and can’t tell if my 4G speeds are at the lower or higher end of the 4G spectrum and nor can I determine the validity of speed claims by the carriers.

    And since I get faster speeds than in areas without 4G, I don’t care what’s going on with the other 199,999,999 users.

    • http://www.facebook.com/MatthewSki Matthew Kalinowski

      i said something like this in an older thing its going to get a a point where the speed is so fast that the only way to tell its gotten faster is to test is i think anything over 21 -35 nobody will be able to tell the differences

      • Anonymous

        Except maybe when downloading movies

    • Anonymous

      I say the speeds are a great bonus but they should only go faster if the price remains the same. For right now T-mobile’s primary concern should be the HSPA+ footprint and not 42Mbps HSPA+.

      I judge my data speed preferences on my YouTube performance as well and my regular old 3G Vibrant buffers HQ video faster than the actually play back so why would I need 42Mbps?

      Web pages load beyond reasonably fast, Pandora(when working right) doesnt skip a beat, Just last night I downloaded Angry Birds Seasons which was like 11MB and only took seconds and I had a flash back of when downloading a 3MB .MP3 would take a minute or so. To download an 11MB file in seconds is fast as anyone should need it to be (opinion).

      Downloading a movie from Blockbuster or Samsungs Media Hub on the other hand is probably the biggest reason to have the super speeds and I can completely understand that. Streaming Netflix can be as easy as streaming HQ YouTube with 5Mbps.

  • Tyrone M Jackson

    Given what a poor job T-Mobile has done so far at pushing out Android 2.2 to it’s myTouch line and other Android phones, who cares about “4G”? They should be devoting resources to take care of their present customers before their customers switch carriers out of frustration, rather than push technologies that are not well defined and not needed.

    • Android Fanboy

      2 out 3 myTouch products are 2.2, if you are using a myTouch slide then you have 2.1 and the grass is not greener on the other side, OS updates are problematic for all carriers as they are not in control of when / how that occurs.

      Sorry Tyrone, switch it up grab yourself a G2 have some fun with 4G, oh and it is 2.2 and will get gingerbread faster than the myTouch series because its Vanilla no extra software to update other than the OS.

    • Stm121184

      Sorry Tyrone, the manufacturer controls when the updates are released, not the carrier. The reason it can be time consuming is due to the Sense UI being quite different on the slide compared to the “original.” Please review your material before posting objectional content where other customers may mistakenly take your fiction to heart. It’s not TMo’s fault! Post this on an HTC blog why don’t ya!

    • http://twitter.com/DJMikenas Michael Williams

      Stop crying i have a G1 with 2.2 stop being lazy if you really wanted an update you would do it yourself there are plenty roms out there . My vibrant is 2.2 also !!!!!!

  • Patrick

    I wanna know where the 5gb average speeds are….I don’t get any more than 3(MAYBE 4 peak) on my G2 and 500-600kbps upload speeds…and yes I live in an hspa+ area(indianapolis)

    • Misterr Markell

      Sterling Heights, MI is where …. I downloaded a 150 mb file in less than five minutes while sitting in my car at walmart lol

    • Js_carter127

      I average about 4-5mbps in Memphis,TN.

    • Vinyl Future

      You have a G2, so you wont ever receive 5GB speeds , its fine that your in an HSPA+ area but you dont have an HSPA+ compatible phone. So you may have seen a slight benefit in speed when your market went live, but to take full advantage of the new network you need a new phone.

      • Anonymous

        Wasn’t the T-Mobile G2 the first 4G phone on T-Mobile’s network? I think you are mistaken sir.

      • Cubanito151

        Tmobile G2 is hspa+ compatible i got speeds up to 7gb speeds in Wasgington D.C

      • Cubanito151

        Tmobile G2 is hspa+ compatible i got speeds up to 7gb speeds in Wasgington D.C

    • Stm121184

      Houston. My Peak has been 7.2 download so far just south of the Woodlands.

      • Eric

        Try 17 peak downloads in Houston on LTE……..

  • Wilma Flintstone

    Yeah, I’ll believe people have been enjoying Tmo 4g (if thats what they want to call 3.5g) for a while when I can average above 3. Verizon on the other hand, I can believe because their 3G coverage swamps Tmo’s. All the people I know with Verizon have great speeds when online (at least great 3G speeds soI’m sure their LTE will be somewhat similar once they get things rolling). Hopefully Tmo can get another tower in Atlanta to help with that. I’ve heard that they have been trying to but they’ve been having to go through hoops in order to get this far. Hopefully they can get that rectified and add more towers down here.

    • Grammatica di Polizia

      Very nice comment Wilma, but I wonder how many people are willing to pay so much extra for the difference in speed. I know that for the perfromance between 3G and 4G it’s not enough for me to pay Verizon’s rates, almost double what I pay at T-Mobile.

  • Misterr Markell

    Little do most people know, you never use that entire bandwidth of 21 mbps to load a typical web page honestly about 1 mbps is plenty fine for doing that….they only time you use alot of bandwidth is when doing a download of some sort, and that still depends on the speed of the server thats supplying the information to you, so in theory you still wont be using all that speed to do those tasks…don’t get me wrong the speed increase was much needed esp. when doing downloads cause thats all i really needed it for :)

  • What ever

    Hey T-Mobile good for you, but how about filling the holes where and when you decided not to roam with AT&T across 100 markets in the U.S. Lost over 77000 customer in just that last year! How many people do you tell when you are happy with something? How many people do you tell when you are UNHAPPY? I bet there are more people unhappy than pleased. speed is great but coverage is better!

    • Stm121184

      How funny… The grass is always greener on the other side isn’t it?

      “T-Mobile’s commitment to customer satisfaction and quality has earned “highest ranking” status in multiple awards this year from J.D. Power and Associates, the leading conductor of independent customer satisfaction and product quality surveys. ”

      Yes, this includes ranking either number 1 or 2 in more than half the nation on Call Quality this year! No one else came close. This is based on consumer responses and is irrefutable due to the tens of thousands involved…

      If it is just your phone having issues, go to the store and they can help. If it is a specific area, call care and put in a ticket! The more people let TMo know there is an issue the faster it gets fixed! You think they want you to be unhappy? They like winning awards. I promise.

  • thereugo

    4G, 4G, Blah, Blah, Blah….Just give me a decent phone that can have execellent phone call reception, and a few apps that I need to get by. Ohhhh of course current updates with the OS and I’m cool.

  • Anonymous

    I have the Nexus One. Getting between 3.2 and 6.5 mg on Download and around 1.4 on the upload. Those are kick ass speeds. I am not paying no 10 extra bucks a month either. Verizon will also being charging a rediculous freight on their 4G network. T-Mobile is number one in my book, best rates kick ass speeds (My Nexus One is smoking it’s so freaken fast) What a monster this thing is.
    THANK YOU T-MOBILE

  • http://www.travel-ascending.com Av8torfl

    I’m holding my breath for 5G….

    LOL

    dj

    • http://www.facebook.com/MatthewSki Matthew Kalinowski

      5g is so last month im waiting for 6g

      • Grammatica di Polizia

        You guys are so behind, I am waiting for 1H.

      • Grammatica di Polizia

        You guys are so behind, I am waiting for 1H.

    • http://www.facebook.com/MatthewSki Matthew Kalinowski

      5g is so last month im waiting for 6g

    • Giovannipaolo

      you are in 5G with tmobile that’s all you tha data you can use

  • VenueProUser

    Who’s paying for Verizon’s wonderful new network? You are. The Washington Post disclosed in an article today that, amongst other ‘too big to fail’ companies, the Federal Reserve picked up debt issued by Verizon twice, totaling $1.5 billion. When inflation starts to really kick in the next few years you can thank that idiot Ben Bernanke, Verizon and GE if the cost of your next phone is above what you’d expect because the dollar is worthless. Let them fail for overextending.

    • Djkdawg

      right on point!

  • Brian6784

    Please we are still waiting for decent 3G on Tmobile in Chicago and Detroit! Don’t talk about tmo and 4G. Two huge cities there barely have passable 3G coverage! I leave my Blackberry on 2G ’cause the 3G is so weak I drop calls!

    • Djkdawg

      thats the whole problem, your in two huge cities, it will cost a fortune to update their networks there because the local government wants a big paycheck first. so cities like that get put on the back burner.

  • davis

    Yea I’m done with T-Mobile. Buying out all 5 contracts. I love the speed but it doesn’t work anywhere. Tmibile told me to write down the places my phone wont work and tell them. I’m not trying to work for my cell phone carrier. Ill just pay for a carrier that does its own work. And Jesus tmobile how pathetic “our latency is virtually equal to Verizon’s Lte” T-Mobile is basically allowing that Verizon is the measuring stick. T-Mobile is the cheapest and you get what you pay for. Their phones suck too, including my buggy vibrant with its obsolete software. Just give up T-Mobile, its painful to watch you barely treading water and its embarrassing to admit youre my carrier. Its like saying I drive a Kia.

    • Landmarkcm

      Hey I feel ya Tmobile does not have the best Coverage. Im a Sprint guy myself. But had to comment lol aint nothing wrong with the newer Kias I never thought id get one but the newer models have improved. Too many stereotypes in the world.

      • Djkdawg

        sprint sucks in dallas

        • Ontopofthegame

          Not in San Antonio or Houston. Sprint is the Best! Also phonescoop.com just did a test in dallas. Sprint came in second only to Verizon and they beat the crap out of tmobile and att. Sprint is better than u think tmobile is the one that sucks! Drop call here… drop call there…

    • Djkdawg

      never lost connect in Dallas with t mobile, but Verizon network sucks here in downtown dallas.

    • Djkdawg

      never lost connect in Dallas with t mobile, but Verizon network sucks here in downtown dallas.