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!