T-Mobile LTE Sightings Abundant In The Los Angeles Area Today

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T-Mobile’s next set of LTE network launches continues to get fine-tuned with the latest group of reports pointing to Los Angeles. According to sightings coming in via @tmonews Twitter, Facebook and my inbox Los Angeles area sightings are happening en masse. As with last weeks sightings in Minneapolis, New York City and Detroit we’re still calling this as “fine-tuning” and testing” but customers can still latch on to the LTE network. Los Angeles is scheduled for a late-May, early June launch with the rollout happening over a few weeks.

Now for the public service reminder that I offered in the post last week: “I wouldn’t jump too far ahead and assume that a LTE sighting means an entire market is live. For the moment, we’re just happy things are progressing and that more markets appear on the horizon.”

Recapping our current intel on the May/June LTE market launches:

In May we’re looking at Austin, Texas; Honolulu, Hawaii; Minneapolis and St Paul, Minnesota; Tulsa, Oklahoma; Sacramento, California; Philadelphia, Pennsylvania; San Francisco and part of the Los Angeles areas both of which will also be spread into June.

The June list of launches is a little longer and includes the continuation of the San Francisco and Los Angeles area build-outs. As we wrote a few days ago, it appears as though two dozen markets will launch sometime during the month of June but here’s a list of the tentative markets so far. Anticipated May launch markets are indicated in parentheses.

  • Atlanta and Sandy Springs, Marietta, San Antonio
  • Austin and Round Rock, San Marcos (May Launch)
  • Part of the Carolinas – Charlotte, Rock Hill
  • Chicago and Joliet, Naperville
  • Cincinnati and Dayton
  • Cleveland
  • Connecticut – Bridgeport, Stamford, Norwalk
  • Columbus and Mentor
  • Dallas and Fort Worth, Arlington
  • Denver and Aurora, Broomfield
  • Detroit and Warren
  • Honolulu and Maui (May Launch)
  • Long Island, New York and New Jersey – specific areas unknown
  • Los Angeles and Pasadena, West Covina, West LA, Metro LA, Burbank, Beverly Hills
  • Oklahoma City
  • Orlando
  • Miami and Fort Lauderdale
  • Minneapolis and St Paul, Bloomington (May Launch)
  • New England – Boston, Cambridge
  • Philadelphia and Camden, Wilmington (May Launch)
  • Sacramento and Arden, Arcade, Roseville, Fresno
  • San Diego and Carlsbad, San Marcos
  • San Francisco and Oakland
  • Seattle and Tacoma, Bellevue
  • Tampa
  • Tulsa (May Launch)
  • Phoenix and Tuscon (May Launch)

 

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  • Roman Nonette

    37 down and 15 up in Sacramento

    • D

      Where in Sacramento?

      • Roman Nonette

        Citrus heights.

    • Kit Pogi

      wow! 37 down? that’s amazingly fast!

  • Guest

    I’m in a pickle. I’ve had Verizon (didn’t like the cdma limitations with call waiting/no surf and talk, etc but phone service perfect) att i just dislike but it worked ok. Love TMO have unlimited data and i don’t have to worry about it, i’d even pay MORE than $70/month to have this feature. LTE is coming along in LA and i’m seeing it BUT i drop to edge even on the TMO iPhone 5 at home, get 1 bar and company wide TMO is out of the cell boosters for months. I took a road trip to San Francisco from LA and edge about 90% of the trip, never had this with att or Verizon, perhaps TMO isn’t ready for prime time and i just jump and return when they get their crap together, agree? Was really rooting for tmo, but some of these issues are very frustrating.

  • Mark J

    Saturday outskirts downtown Dallas Tmo tower 1200 meters from my location data transmission is death !! whole week in and out . Today same, I was hoping weekend will work and nada as usually in and out besicaly death . Thank you Tmo, go back to Zambezi with your technological advantages !!

  • leo

    LTE in san Fernando Valley Sherman Oaks California los angles…..

  • Juliius Caesar Maximus

    I peaked out at 28.37 Mbps Down and 10.42 Mbps Up Ping 48ms. This is an enormous improvement versus what I was doing before the LTE kicked in (South Los Angeles near USC)

    – J.C.

  • Shawn

    They need to bring LTE to the antelope valley already I was just in northridge near csun and also in Valencia and I had 4g perfectly but once I come back up the hill to the antelope valley I’m backing edge

  • Pablo

    LTE in Burbank And North Hollywood CA

  • David Amodt

    waiting for some action here in Orange County. Sitting with note II needing a little LTE love. Guess it’s only going to be in LA. Damn

    • Guest

      Glendale is on LTE blanket now. When is Pasadena going to be released :(

      • Kit Pogi

        Highland park area and Pasadena hope to see it light up soon….I see LTE along Eagle Rock blvd and all over Glendale :-)

        • remister

          I work on the edge of Eagle Rock and Pasadena, nothing yet!

      • remister

        Over the weekend, east Pasadena got some LTE love. Nothing in Old Town and west side of Pasadena. I am still waiting for LTE on the border of Eagle Rock and Pasadena.

    • http://twitter.com/58_doe John Doe

      getting some LTE in RSM, orange county

  • Hula Girl

    Would love to see an update to their lists for updated cities. May is almost over and Honolulu has no LTE…

  • Kit Pogi
  • ilostmycookies

    LTE is showing up in Pomona and Claremont

    • s4nerdx1

      I noticed in Montclair it came on last week :D

  • Frank Alvarez

    My 4G went to LTE today in Palm Springs, CA. 23mbps down 7mbps up!

  • 2010majestic101

    MY GALAXY NOTE 2 GETS LTE IN SAN FERNANDO MISSION 20 MB. DOWNLOADS/ 15 UPLOADS. CROSS THE 5 FREEWAY TO SAN FERNANDO AND IT DROPS TO WEAK 4G.