T-Mobile Teases LTE Speed Sightings On Twitter With Instagram Pic, Crazy Fast Speeds

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Oh T-Mobile, how you tease us with all these LTE sightings popping up lately. Is that why you’re teasing us on social media with this Instagram image showing speeds that are unlikely to be found in the real world, but intriguing nonetheless? As the tweet itself mentions, speed sightings are showing up every day and we’ve already seen more than a dozen cities pop up with plenty of supporting material and location analysis to know that this is more than just fine-tuning. With that in mind, I’m hopeful the UNCarrier has an announcement tucked away in its back pocket ready to hit the internets any minute now, but until such news comes to pass…we’ll get to enjoy this Instagram pic and our own plethora of sightings.

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  • Oscar Alvarado

    I would love to get these kinds of speeds at home. (Latency speeds, I’m slightly indifferent on downlink and uplink.)

  • Richard Yarrell

    Tmobile is doing major work definitely

    • Oliver Jackson

      Faster than ATT and Sprint and more powerful than Verizon.Look up in the sky it’s a bird,its a plane it’s …SUPER MAGENTA!!

  • I saw that Post! Magenta’s paying attention David. ; )

  • Joey

    I’m getting really slow speeds here in hoffman estates ,il :/

    • XMAGUSX

      I’m in Schaumburg bordering Hoffman and got 28/12 the other day o.o

      • bisayan

        I was just in schamburg around 6 today and I clock it at 27/16 :)

        • zSaVaGeX-

          yeah but there’s still even a few places in Schaumburg road where your stuck on edge they need to update that

  • Qbancelli

    Please give me half of those speeds here in NYC.

    Can’t barely break 10Mbps. Pathetic!

    • Jay

      24Mbps download today in Brooklyn.

    • melon3531

      Got 24 down, 11.5 up at 99th and Lexington two days ago….

    • Jose Hernandez

      Those are better than a lot of isp’s. Should be plenty for just about anything you want to do.

      • Qbancelli

        I was getting 20 mbps on HSPA+.
        This is not what I waited for.

        • Jose Hernandez

          Something is not right then. What phone are you using? If they are still working on the towers, then this is to be expected as the work they do will have an impact on the service. Once they have released the market as Live, contact T-Mobile and let them know. I had similar issues by my home in Detroit, and some of the towers in the area had gone crazy with issues that they did not know about. Service is back up and running great after they fixed the issue.

    • rcarlosnyc

      I live in Harlem and work in midtown and the fastest I have seen in Harlem was 17Mbps down. Usually I barely break 10Mbps. Same for midtown. usually 10Mbps.

  • Billy

    I get 25 down/10 up in Boston. I’m pretty happy with new LTE!

  • Graham Blackadder

    Wife got 36 down and 12 up here just north of Detroit last evening on her iPhone 5. Me I’m still happy with my hspa+ speeds and my nexus 4.

    • Dre

      You could get LTE on your Nexus 4 look it up theres some instructions online to get it.

      • Graham Blackadder

        Yeah I know but from what I’ve read on alot of forums enabling the LTE on the nexus doesn’t improve speeds significantly enough to do it yet. Plus I’m not familiar with the having and rooting process yet still researching and learning

        • basarab

          I have Nexus 4 with Lte, its very easy to enable. Check out XDA Nexus 4 General thread and find a toolkit. There is LTE in pretty much in all the major parts of Metro Detroit

        • Graham Blackadder

          That’s cool. One thing I can’t figure out. Is it a complete root of phone or just ahack to enable the LTE radio and settings? What speeds are u hitting with LTE on nexus 4 and what is battery life like compared to the hspa+? Any info is appreciated.

        • Zero0

          To get LTE, you need to:
          Unlock the bootloader (wipes the device)
          Root
          Install a custom recovery
          Flash an old radio/baseband (.33 or earlier)
          If you tether, you also need a script to change the firewall and allow LTE to tether.

          It’s actually fairly easy, but takes a decent amount of time.

          I did it and download speeds are worse than HSPA+ from what I’ve seen, upload is better, and ping is better. No idea on battery, as I’ve only been using LTE for a little bit and it isn’t worth it with these speeds yet.

        • Graham Blackadder

          Yeah I’ve seen alot day the speeds stent worth it yet. Thank you for the info. It’s appreciated.

        • henry

          Or if you are still running 4.2.1 or lower than you can just enable LTE by dialing *#*#4636#*#* –> Phone Information –> Change WCDMA to LTE/GSM/CDMA auto. You would have to do this every time you restart the phone.

  • Jason Walker

    I’m not on LTE and I’m getting 15-18 down. Loving T-Mo

    • Trevnerdio

      Steady 14-15 here, nearly every test (generally closer to 15)

      I can definitely live with that.

  • wyatt

    Moto X can’t come sooner. I love my Nexus but I also love LTE.

  • TheCudder

    I top out at 5Mbps down on HSPA+ In Alabama. I had 1 bar of 4G LTE on my HTC One a couple nights ago and pulled 7 Mbps down, 3 Up…pathetic

    • edward_2k1

      Which city are you in?

      • TheCudder

        Madison

  • vinnyjr

    LTE is very close, live in suburb out of Boston, I get LTE when I go into Boston and in some areas it is blazing fast, just when I turn off the Mass Pike and start heading towards my house I start loosing the LTE coverage. It’s getting very close and I am happy. Tons of work on my local towers so I know it’s just around the corner. Been with T-Mobile for a very long time, I can remember being on EDGE with my first SmartPhone, the Blackberry Pearl, Yikes. T-Mobile was just getting their very slow 3G service up and running. Just look where they are now. I get sick HSPA+ speeds now so I’m very happy, LTE will be great to have.
    Thank You T-Mobile

    • Dre

      Getting 23 Mbs around Jamaica Plain all the way to Cambridge on my One x. I’m glad unlocked phones work with T-Mobile’s LTE

  • Irfan

    Bandwidt increase can cover the lost of signal , load and many other stuff and boom u can get pretty much fast speed I was getting 30 to 28 mbps in Virginia 5 months ago at night but now hardly I get 18 mbps over hspa+ after one am this is because those factors and as well as t mobile running couple of virtual network operaters is well over its own system .

  • TechHog

    I’m still getting LTE speeds even though my data should be throttled. lol

  • milanyc

    60Mbps speeds are easily achievable in 2x10Mhz markets, especially on an unloaded LTE network like T-Mobile’s. I’ve been seeing reports from San Jose with even higher download speeds on T-Mobile: http://i.imgur.com/zjUxSGR.jpg

  • Jeremy

    Seeing a pretty consistent 40mb down/30mb up in San Francisco. Also was surprised to see LTE in Napa and Novato today.

  • Ruff Ryder’s

    LTE in Chicago ill 60639. Download 4 upload 1.5.Kostner and Palmer. Cicero and Fullerton. On a IPHONE 5. 3G is faster to bad we are always stuck on Edge. 60641 No LTE No 4G only Edge. On my fiancé Samsung Galaxy S4. :-(

  • scb1898

    T-Mobile has been working on their LTE network in OKC. Speeds are not blazing fast, but I see the speeds improving!

    I ran ten speed tests, and I got an average of 9.75 Mbps down and 3.5Mbps up.

    • kawkaw

      those look like hspa+ speeds…but if you say so

      • eddydrizzle

        My speeds were like that at first here in Sacramento, but when I have LTE I pull constant 35+ and 20+.

      • scb1898

        I agree, but my phone says LTE. They must still be deploying it. I did get bursts of 14 Mbps.

  • Paul Rodgers

    Off n on in delray beach fl cant wait

  • Ej30188

    Got 38mbps down and 21mbps near the la fitness in Roswell, ga.

    • noc007

      Thanks. I work near by and I’ll be switching next week.

      • AndroidProfit

        Up in Kennesaw and LTE is spotty BUT definitely see an increase in speed on my Note 2.

  • melon3531

    Well those are just crazy speeds. Of course it’s in T-Mo’s backyard…

  • Aurizen

    I get bad speeds at the moment I hope it improves. i get 3-4 down 2-3 up in my Philadelphia area.

    • Geek Man

      Your phone must support LTE.

      • Aurizen

        iphone 5

    • Nash

      I got like 9.36 down and 2.5 up in Chicago (60634) on my iPhone 5

  • noc007

    I hope they can keep that up with all of the customers getting on it. If so, it’ll be faster than my home internet.

  • Seriously?!

    Umm…I’m totally on T-Mobile’s side but seriously now, do they really expect people to believe those speeds?! At least make the numbers look a little more realistic!!!

    • RobotChupacabra

      You might want to move out of under that rock. Or google “LTE”. I mean, seriously?! You’re actually shocked by that? You’ll be amazed by this thing called the automobile.

      • henry

        we all know what LTE is capable of but those speeds are not realistic. When you factor in network cogestion and distance from the cell tower etc

        • RobotChupacabra

          Still no. Depending on where one is, speeds close to max can be attained. I live not too far from a cell site in Brooklyn and get up to 30 Mbps download on LTE here where they have 5MHz channels (Max of 37 Mbps); get 25+ Mbps on HSPA+ (42 Mbps max, and plenty of WCDMA phones on the network). Getting 60 Mbps download in a 10×10 LTE location (75 Mbps max) isn’t unrealistic. You can be in a dense city like NYC and still get great speeds if you’re in a good coverage area.

        • henry

          you obviously don’t know what network congestion means so please google it. “Depending on where one is”? I did say distance from the cell tower. And PC Mag conducted speed tests and the highest speed they got on T-mobile was in the south (62.03) and the average was 12 so NO those are NOT the speeds one would expect when using T-mobile’s network.
          http://www.pcmag.com/article2/0,2817,2420334,00.asp

        • RobotChupacabra

          I know what network congestion is. And that still doesn’t mean you can’t get 60 Mbps in areas where 10×10 is deployed. It’s optimistic, but not crazy.

      • Seriously?!

        Bro, I have LTE in my area and I work on cell phones all day…maybe my area is bad, but those numbers say Lying To Everyone (LTE)

        • RobotChupacabra

          1) Using the word “bro” should be grounds for expulsion from the internet for life.
          2) Your answer is in your post: you’re in a bad service area and probably a 5×5 one (where the limit is 37 anyways). Network load and service in your area (and the amount of spectrum used there) will dictate what kind of speeds you get. It’s simple as that. Not a lot of people will get 60 Mbps download speeds, but some will. It’s like when a car ad says “You Mileage May Vary” on the bottom. Seriously, Google exists and you should use it to do some research.

  • Robert Le

    So far the highest I’ve gotten is 36/22

  • Mike

    The best I’ve seen is 39 down/12 up here in Kitsap.

  • Clarkkent113

    Don’t yet have LTE in Tallahassee, but I’ve gotten speeds of 27Mbps down just on HSPA+. But 60Mbps is crazy!

    • Oliver Jackson

      It’s coming bro trust me.Go to my Google+ page and see the speeds I racked up in Miami/FT Lauderdale: O L Jackson.

      • Marcelo_L

        Those are some serious numbers Oli….almost as fast a King James, with the drop shots last night. What ? What?!

        • mat

          King james aint got nothin on kobe

        • Marcelo_L

          Oh please……grow up.

          Haters gonna hate……..

    • jayboi

      its here

  • Ashley

    “7 Cities already lit up & and speed sightings daily” Does this mean that 7 cities have been established with LTE while the other LTE sightings are perhaps not official yet?

    • superg05

      correct

      • Ashely

        So does that mean that LTE signal will be stronger once the city is added to the “official” list ? :)

        • techymexican

          they’ll probably respond to customer feedback and be able to improve upon in. I doubt it would get better when it gets announced, it will get more stable afterwards.

    • Seven cities have been officially announced, were announced back on March 26th.

  • JaswinderSinghJammu

    I got 60 mbps down and 12 up in Cupertino at BJ’s brewery near Apple head quarters… I really think when metro towers are upgraded to t mobile lte, t mobile would kick att and Verizon ass especially places like bay area, Sacramento, LA, Las Vegas, Dallas and other metro markets

  • John

    LOL. 1.2 mbps down. 591K up…Central LA…embarrassing.

    • techymexican

      LOL Santa Monica 25Mbps down 10Mbps up…

      • John

        Crazy #’s. Lucky U.

        • techymexican

          are you even using an LTE device? because the majority of L.A has LTE now. When I am HSPA+ I still get around 10 down 2 up

    • unbearablepleasures

      Echo Park/Silverlake 20Mbps down 11Mbps up

      • In in m with you I’m not seeing speed much over 20 inLos Angeles. Not that I’m complaining.

  • Christopher_McG

    Can’t crack 30Mbps in Vegas and this is a 10x10MHz market!

  • JustinCrouch

    Best I have got was just a hair over 40Mbps in the Seattle area

  • Steven English

    Got as high as 38mbps down in Marysville wa

  • ccnet005

    A blazing 2.9mg down in South Texas! What speed!

    • jawash22

      What city? I’m in Corpus Christi.

  • Marcelo_L

    Finally saw LTE along Miami Dade South Campus, and Kendall Dr. by Town & Country mall ( Damn that place was packed. You’d almost think the Miami #Heat were in the NBA finals. Oh….wait….. ). Got some nice numbers, but transfers in the low 5 digits ( couldn’t crack 12Mbps down/3or4 Up.

    Nowhere near the transfer rates others have been reporting. Got better numbers from HSPA+ for most of last year.

  • Jandar

    Nice! I just ran a Speedtest and hit 60.74/13.83 with a 29ms ping! My previous best was 46.37. This is in Phoenix. The 60 was only obtainable with 4 bars LTE. Now that I’m back down to 3 bars, I’m hitting in the 40s again. Please T-Mo…fix your signal strength!

    • TMOguy

      Keep in mind most towers only have backhaul to a max of 50 MB/S. There are a few towers (high density urban areas) that have more backhaul. Some of that backhaul is used just to run the cell site (i.e. cell site electronics communicating with switch). The limiting factor is not going to be your phone, the signal, or the technology, but likely the backhaul and who else is using the tower at the same time.

      • Are they upgrading the back hall to?

      • milanyc

        The backhaul on T-Mobile’s network has been upgraded a while ago, prior to HSPA+42 launch, and in most cases it’s fiber fed. It’s scalable. They can easily dial in more bandwidth if needed, and it’s done remotely.
        That said, T-Mobile is certainly not under-provisioning their LTE sites.
        Backhaul isn’t the issue.

        • sb

          Actually back haul is the limitation in a market with 10×10 spectrum. 50 Mbps/s is shared between all different technologies per site. IE.. EDGE, UMTS1900, UMTS1700/2100, LTE1700/2100. So how would you expect to reach the theoretical LTE MAX of 78Mbps with 50 Meg backhaul. You would need 100Mbps fiber to get close to the maximum.

        • milanyc

          I have no idea where did you get 50Mbps number, but it’s completely off. And it has nothing to do with spectrum, it’s supplied by local broadband companies or major fiber providers.
          T-Mobile LTE sites are fiber fed, and backhaul is there to support multiple UMTS carriers and multiple LTE sectors per site. We are talking 300+Mbps not 50Mbps…

          T-Mobile’s had Fiber fed cell sites with advanced backhaul since before HSPA+42 days, and even back then 50Mbps per site would’ve been too low in large metros where T-Mobile’s focus has always been…

        • sb

          I was pretty much responding to your response to TMOguy where he said that most sites have 50Mbps backhaul(which is true) and you saying that backhaul was not the limitation on getting close to theoretical max on LTE. Where do you get that 50Mbps backhaul would have been to low for HSPA+42 when the max the theoretical max is 42. Back then it was only shared with EDGE and HSPA+42. since most sites have a couple T1’s(1.554Mbps) used for EDGE/2G 50 Mbps was what it should have been. If you wanted technically every technology on site to have its maximum potential your would need at least 150Mbps backhaul. But now your saying we would need 300+Mbps now when you said backhaul wasn’t the limitation

        • milanyc

          Of course it isn’t the limitation since there are mostly three 120 degree sectors broadcasting in three different directions per cell site, not overleaping with each other. Each sector will get assigned ~75Mbps since that’s maximum throughput in 10Mhz Physical Layer.

          Then you have HSPA+42, UMTS 1900Mhz, and GSM legacy stuff. You do the math.

          T1’s are a thing of past, Absolutely unacceptable in LTE environment, and it hasn’t been T-Mobile’s backhaul of choice for a long, long time.

          That doesn’t mean that Sprint and other carriers aren’t using T1’s….

        • sb

          Tmobile has T1’s that are emulated off of a Alcatel Lucent Router which also has all the other technologies connected to it(1900 HSPA+21, AWS HSPA+42, and AWS LTE) at the site also, which in turn is connected straight to the fiber provider. So it is all being shared on 1 single 50MBps pipe per site. The backhaul will eventually be upgraded for sure but at this time the highest achievable LTE speed will not be achievable until the fiber is provisioned for more bandwidth. So the backhaul at this point is the limitation. Not spectrum. That’s all I was trying to say.

        • Guest

          Still no. T-Mobile doesn’t even use Alcatel Lucent, period.

          T-Mobile is all Ericsson, and Nokia Siemens over the entire LTE footprint.
          T1’s are copper based, they are a bottleneck, and T-Mobile hasn’t used those for half a decade.

          I have no idea if you are a talking about Sprint, VZW or AT&T, but T-Mobile is all about Ericsson RBS 6000 and NSN Flexi BTS.

          This may help you understand what T-Mobile’s been doing over the last 6yrs:
          fiercebroadbandwireless dot com /story/t-mobile-95-our-backhaul-fiber/2012-08-01

        • milanyc

          I don’t even know…
          T-Mobile doesn’t even use Alcatel Lucent, period.

          Their suppliers are Ericsson, and Nokia Siemens Networks, over their entire LTE footprint. It’s all RBS 6000 and Flexi BTS. Release 10 compatible infrastructure. Not ALU.

          Their backhaul hasn’t been bottlenecked by copper T1 lines for more than half a decade, and to better understand this i suggest this:

          fiercebroadbandwireless dot com/story/t-mobile-95-our-backhaul-fiber/2012-08-01

        • sb

          All of my replies have been about backhaul and related to it not Base Station Equipment. They do use Ericcson and NSN Flexi Base Station Equipment. But they also do use a Alcatel-Lucent 7705 SAR-F router which connects to their AAV(fiber) providers. This router has 18 T1 ports(used for 2G equipment and timing for 3G/4G). It also has 6 Ethernet ports and 2 Fiber SFP ports. Everything at the site connects to it(2G, 1900 HSPA+21, AWS HSPA+42, and AWS LTE). 50 Mbps fiber from the vendor runs to one of the Fiber SFP ports and then the router branches it out from there. 2G still uses T1’s that are basically emulated in the router.

        • milanyc

          I still have no idea where do you get 50Mbps number. Maybe in your market? Is it suburban, exurban, rural? Can’t believe it’s urban!

          In NYC metro, I can run three T-Mobile UE connected to the same serving Cell, very late at night, pulling in 31Mbps on HSPA+42, 18.5Mbps on PCS HSPA+21, and another 30Mbps on LTE5 at the same time. That’s basically maxing out all Arilinks at once, and I’m clearly not being limited by backhaul.

          But then, I can also saturate individual links, and they’ll still max out around the same number. So 50Mbps number doesn’t add up. And I’m not even in Manhattan.

  • drklahn

    Curious to see the percentage of download bandwidth is consumed by all these Speedtests. Betcha the T-Mobile engineers freaking hate us!

  • AustineKersey

    I noticed the LTE signal has poor building penetration is anyone else having this problem

    • Chris

      Definitely

      • AustineKersey

        Well that’s upsetting I would love to have LTE inside as well

        • Michael Johnson

          I have the same problem. If I stand outside my front door, I get 3 bars LTE but if I walk into my house, I switch to 4-5 bars of HSPA+? If they are both the same 1700mhz band, why can’t I get LTE inside when I get great HSPA+ coverage?

        • 4X2 MIMO should help!

        • Lagurl

          Switch to att they use 700 mhz band for lte feels amazing having lte deep inside buildings were people on tmobile only get edge.

    • Alex Zapata

      That has less to do with the fact that it’s LTE and much more to do with the frequencies being transmitted.

      • AustineKersey

        True but the LTE band has the 1700 band I got better better building penetration with the reframed 1900 band

  • Chris

    Ok so I have a few LTE questions. I noticed that it doesn’t have as good of range as HSPA+, is this true? If so, does that mean t-mobile has to build more towers for the LTE to cover as much as current HSPA+ is covering? That seems awful to me…I mean I know nothing about building towers, but I’m sure it’s a difficult process, and I know it takes a lot of regulations/paperwork…so am I only going to see LTE when on the highway and in cities, then it’ll just be gone anywhere else? Any clarification would be appreciated. Thanks.

    • TMOguy

      LTE is on their AWS spectrum (1700/2100 mhz). That’s the same spectrum used for HSPA+ (with the exception of refarmed 1900 mhz). The range should basically be the same. Same thing for indoor coverage.

    • Rudy Belova

      I usually get 1 bar, maybe 2 bars max of HSPA+ in my apartment but LTE gets full bars. Not sure why, still can’t make much calls but still.. Much improved on the data front!

      • turtle6988

        LTE is data only. If you make a call you will see your coverage drop down to hspa+

        • Rudy Belova

          I do. 1 bar and the call drops. LOL. I live in a poor coverage zone and i was told by the store they put the LTE site different than the HSPA+ site so LTE hits my place now. I have honestly used like 20 minutes max this month so data is more important.

  • KingCobra

    Woke up this morning to see ‘no service’ on both my iPhones inside my house. Usually it’s 5 bars blazing fast 4G HSPA+ here. Must be working on the towers. It came back on when I got outside my area and seems to be back to normal now.

  • JB

    35 down 24 up in Cleveland, OH

  • Birdsfan

    I live 20 miles outside Philadelphia, PA in a suburban area and T-Mobile still has not upgraded past EDGE…what a *****ing joke. My AT&T work phone has been on LTE for quite some time now in the same area. I love that T-Mo is stepping up their game but when are they going to show some love outside of metro areas???

    • tmofan

      I’m in levittown pa and getting spotty lte coverage also. No worries, it will change soon.

      • Spotty coverage isn’t going to change. They’re not adding towers, that’s expensive and complex requiring construction and permits. Upgrading existing towers is all they’re doing, so if you have service already it’ll be faster. If they don’t cover you switch.

    • Brandon

      I work right next to you in Mount Laurel, NJ (about 20 miles from Philly) and I get LTE because there’s a tower in Deptford, NJ. It’s not that fast though, I’m only getting about 10 Mbps up and about 8 Mbps down, but then again I’m in an office building. Outside of it isn’t that much better, maybe up to 15 down.

    • To me the real joke is why someone would stay on a network doesn’t have good coverage in your area? Why complain? Just switch. T Mobile has never been a suburban / rural carrier and never will be.

  • vission

    Woo Hoo!
    200Kbs Down/ 1Mbps Up, Herndon, VA!

  • mat

    i get full bars of hspa+ but only one or two bars of lte sometimes only in a few locations of my house. that is very annoying.

    • Shahzad Malik

      Same here.. Hope this gets better

  • tmofan

    I pass by TMO’s HQ all the time and I got as high as 68down/35up! Yea but the range isn’t far, hopefully it’s just “not official” yet.

    • milanyc

      Let’s see a screenshot. 35Mbps upload is impossible on 2x10Mhz LTE configuration, so I’m calling a BS.

  • Shahzad Malik

    This would be great if only we could get more than 1 bar of service on LTE!

    • jay jay

      At home I get 2max but one bar still gets my speed up to 20+ up 10+down

  • tech916

    Tmobile is a joke …You will get those speeds if you are in a close environment and your the only one with access to the cell site. Realistically the fastest I seen is 19 Mbps down and 10 Mbps Up with the tower being a block from me

    • Actually check RootMetrics for LA. Pretty amazing Tmo is consistently fastest.

    • kev2684

      speeds depend on how much bandwidth they have for your market at launch. 19mbps down sounds like a 2x5mhz market. the 50-60mbps+ on download is 2x10mhz as far as i know.

  • gentleman559

    Im In Vegas and have hit as high as 43 down 22 up and the whole city is LTE for the most part. I love it how a month ago everyone wanted LTE and now all you hear is people bitching about 1 bar and blah, blah, blah. Come on guys lets keep it in perspective. They are working on it, patience is key.

    • TheCudder

      I’m happy about the 4G LTE, and fine that its one bar. But what I don’t like is the fact that 1 BAR of LTE is still getting stomped by HSPA+ in other place.

  • sidekicker89

    Does anyone know if Dayton, Ohio is a 5×5 LTE city? are any cities in Ohio 10×10?

    • marcus

      here in cleveland on lte clocking in about 27mps

  • Brandon

    I’m in Mount Laurel, NJ and I’m currently connected to the LTE tower in Deptford, NJ but my speeds are nowhere near that good. I’m getting HSPA+ speeds of about 10-15 Mbps down and about 8-12 up.

  • Does anyone know if the 4X2 MIMO stuff is working yet or is that still to come. It’s supposed to significantly boost fringe (and presumably indoor) coverage so I’m excited.

  • Diane

    EH same speeds my man is gettin on at&t over here in san fran we have screen shots with todays date to prove it just dnt kno how to post em on here . 50-60 mbps dwn 20-25 up is a regular over here for att. Anyone dnt beleive me come to san fran . Im on tmobile but going to att soon better signal in buildings,better coverage cant wait to dump tmobile soon hate that when we go to Oakland, san jose which we go a lot for work tmobile coverage is spotty and its edge while att has solid LTE.

    • Lagurl

      Lol @ diane I agree I go to the castro district a lot to visit my brother n his man n wow have I been amazed with how att gets up to 50 mbps with bursts of 60 and 20 up. I live in los angeles and never seen those speeds on att -_- highest I seen in LA on att is 15 dwn 6 up , I guess san fransisco is one of there lucky areas, funny thing how a few years ago san fransisco was considered one of atts problem areas now it improved a lot. And one thing I can tell u its that att in san fransisco fixed there network a lot i had less dropped calls on att than on tmobile in san fransisco and oakland.

      • JJCommonSense

        “to visit my rother n his man” LUVZ IT! LOL

        • Djenni

          hmm i dont see were it says “ROTHER”? AM i missing something??

        • JJCommonSense

          ok so i typo’d and left out the b… but actually since you’re analyzing, the “rother” is actually in the original comment, following a B… contained in the word BROTHER on the first line. Try looking again :)

    • macman37

      You have to keep in mind that if your area is not 1 of the 7 areas that are officially lit up with LTE, your experience will be different than what it currently is. A good thing to wait for will be the results of the 600Mhz auction that takes place early next year; as this will help expand the coverage and improve the in-building penetration. The reason that I see why AT&T has improved their network is due to much of the improved progress at T-Mobile. Having a new GSM iPhone 5 released when T-Mobile became an official carrier will light a fire under AT&T’s spotty coverage and corrupt customer service.

      • Djenni

        funny how u say atts spotty coverage . LOL T-Mobile s coverage is much more spotty than atts in san fran sisco and LA and oakland and texas and vegas and arizona and seattle i know cuz i been to all those places tmobile works good if u on the city go out the city ur stuck on what EDGE? that is soo 2008 while att has at least 3G LOL only thinG i agree with what u said is atts corrupt customer service yes i hate there customer service .. but im sticking with them for better service had tmobile hated being stuck on edge outside the city sure i had unlimited data on em but try downloading apps,gettin driving directions etc on EDGE not FUN AT ALL.. while on att u dont have that problem cuz lets face it att 3G is waay faster than tmobile edge and its available outside the city were tmobile has edge.

  • JL

    Id be happy with a steady 12 up and 5 down at this point, like so many on HSPA+. Because for the looks of it, Cincinnati won’t be getting LTE anytime soon. So all you folks b*tchin about speeds and all that good stuff, be thankful you at least have some form of LTE lol :-)

    • JB45

      I get anywhere from 9 to 13 down in Cincinnati. On east side at least.

  • Lauren

    I’m in the Elk Grove / Sacramento area and the LTE sightings are driving me crazy! At work (Elk Grove, just off I5) I’m now getting LTE in the building and just outside all day. Get on I5, GONE. Get off I5 8 miles up, has it for a brief second then goes out again. Go a tad farther north into the Arden area and it lights up. I sincerely hope that’s not the coverage I can expect once my market is officially lit up!!!

    • jay jay

      I have got 20+ Mbps up and 10 Mbps down.In elk grove

  • Aaron

    30 down and 9 up with only two bars in Dowtown Columbus.

    • Paddy_Tanninger_Caddy_Manager

      buckeyes! #1

  • Dakota

    Hopefully, theyre going to fire their ad agency and start over again. Their current commercials have been terrible in communicating the messages they NEED to communicate about no contract plans, cheaper rates, phone payments etc…They also are doing nothing to reverse their poor brand image…(shoes, icebergs, frankenstein arent a whole lot better than motorcycles – and nothing about how theyre different from others)…LTE will obviously be a plus but consumers already expect that from their other carriers. When most people still arent aware of their plans and Ive already seen 3 instances on business channels where the NEWS ANCHORS and ANALYSTS say “why is tmobile pricing this device so much higher than ATT and VZ?”” they need to do a better job. Even people I know with ATT iPhones dont even know TMobile carries it let alone could be cheaper for them

  • Chris

    The amount of complaining here is unbelievable. There are only 7 cities with officially launched LTE per the company…if you live elsewhere and are seeing SOME form of LTE, be grateful it’s being worked on. They’re rolling it out at an unprecedented speed. Some of you will never be happy.

  • rfgenerator

    Worcester, MA HSPA, lucky to get 3 down 1 up…Just outside of the city still on HSPA 1 down .5 up, a couple miles further and useless GPRS/EDGE.

    • Jarred Sutherland

      Yeah .. same here. I finally had to ditch them. I was hopeful but I doubt our area will EVER see a release from EDGE.

  • Paddy_Tanninger_Caddy_Manager

    60 down?! I wish! More like 30 down is what I’m seeing today in an established LTE area.

    • RobotChupacabra

      Depends on if you’re in a 10×10 (75 Mbps max) or a 5×5 (37 Mbps max) area. If you’re in a 5×5 area like NYC, you won’t see more than 30 or so.

      • tmofan

        How are you able to tell what an individual local area is capable of.

        • RobotChupacabra

          Hard to tell unless they specifically announce. However, if you get download speeds in the high 30s, it’s clearly 10×10.

        • Paddy_Tanninger_Caddy_Manager

          i consistently get 30+ down 20 up in DC metro area, must mean I’m in 10×10. Great

        • RobotChupacabra

          Basically consider the limits (5×5 is 37 Mbps, 10×10 is 75 Mbps) and that it’s a wireless network and you’ll never see the actual max speed and use common sense from there. If you’re at 30 or so, you’re basically near a cell site (I am) and network load is OK.

        • milanyc

          Dial *#0011# if you’re on any Samsung TouchWiz ROM, or *3001#12345#* if you’re on an iPhone 5. Look for DL Bandwidth.

        • tmofan

          Thanks, I had done this before but I am not seeing the dl in the service menu.

        • milanyc

          LTE DL BW : 5Mhz or 10Mhz….

        • tmofan

          Okay, finally saw the DL BW. 5MHZ, what I was doing was checking the service mode while it WASN’T in Lte mode. Thanks for all of your help.

      • sidekicker89

        how is NYC only 5×5? With the spectrum T-Mobile got from Metro PCS shouldn’t NYC be more than that?

        • milanyc

          Will be, but they have to repurpose MetroPCS spectrum first.

          Here in NYC MetroPCS is running LTE on AWS C block, and CDMA on D block.
          In order for T-Mobile to widen their 2x5Mhz LTE which is in E block, they would first have to reshuffle MetroPCS’ CDMA from D onto C block, that way MetroPCS’ LTE moves to D block and becomes contiguous with T-Mobile’s LTE on E block.

          Once that’s done, T-Mobile will be able to MOCN D+E and deploy shared 2x10Mhz LTE for both T-Mo and MPCS user base, similar to what they’ve done in Las Vegas.

          It’s not that straight forward as you can see…

  • scowoski

    Mechanicsburg, Pa LTE sighting

  • Emory

    In case nobody else noticed, T-Mobile’s picture is from the Seattle area, as Condointernet.net is a local ISP exclusively here in Seattle.

  • nerdlust

    I dont have lte yet but im very happy with my current speed on my note2. Everything is so fast. I cant imagine how those speeds must be. Tmobile take as long as you need too.

    • JP

      Lucky you, I’d be fine if we were at least an HSPA+ 42 market, but poor Cincinnati, has no Spectrum, it’s been hogged up by the other carriers lol.

      • Adrayven

        Sadly, I don’t think this will change for a few years. AT&T and Verizon have spent a ton to corner market spectrum. Hopefully the spectrum sharing they are proposing impacts t-mobile and other smaller carriers first.

      • JB45

        I thought we were hspa 42…. I get 12 down and 3 up. Not as fast as I have seen others get but still not too bad

  • xbaer

    Wilmington,DE worked on lte for the last two weeks with hspa speeds. This afternoon it went up to 30/8. What concerns me is that there are already signs that not all EDGE areas will be upgraded. Since there is a lot of EDGE around us I’d rather have hspa coverage 99% than lte as piecemeal.

    source: wakeforestfiber.com – The gentleman there wrote to Lagere from T-Mobile and was told that that location will remain on EDGE.

  • famished

    Max I’ve gotten in L.A. is around 18-19 Mbps down and maybe 8-9 MBps up. Usually averages 13 down and 3 up.

    • tonkotsu

      i’ve seen 30

      • famished

        What part of Los Angeles are you in?

        • I get between 16-21 MBPS on LTE w/ NO latency. This is faster than my home Internet that is ‘fiber’ from Time Warner! Also, as a side note, using the speedtest app eats A LOT of data.

        • tonkotsu

          san gabriel valley

  • dylan

    tMobiles LTE runs on 1900mhz instead of 1700/2100 mhz it is why some people are getting lower bars in areas because instead of connecting to edge your connecting to LTE

    • just me

      What? No it doesn’t. T-Mobile is deploying hspa+ on the 1900mhz band, and lte on the 1700/2100 band. This is in addition to the already existing edge and hspa+ networks, which are having most of their spectrum reassigned to make way for the new deployments. The reason people are setting less signal in some cases is because of that spectrum reassignment, and a couple other factors.

      • scb1898

        I’m getting T-Mobild LTE on my Lumia 920, and I’m pretty sure this phone doesn’t have 1700/2100.

        • just me

          A quick Google search says otherwise. It doesn’t have 1700/2100 for hspa, but it does for lte.

        • scb1898

          Excellent! Always good to learn something new.

    • S4

      TMobile frequency use and services:
      Edge (2g) on PCS (1900 mhz)
      4g HSPA+ on AWS (1700/2100 mhz)
      4g HSPA+ on PCS (1900 mhz)
      LTE on AWS (1700/2100 mhz)

      This is for sure what they are running their networks on.

    • Dylan

      I’m saying this because my iPhone 5 will have 5 bars of 4G I Also have a 3GS which can only connect to 1900 mhz on TMobile 2G say it has two bars on same area as my 5 that has 5 bars of 4G ill turn lte on and also only get two bars. Kind of makes you think it’s connecting to 1900mhz eh?

      • S4

        It also depends on the tower placement. 3GS has PCS (1900) for 2g and 3g. IPhone 5. depending if you got the new updated version or old version. the old version is just like 3GS with certain bands, but the new one has all tmobile bands being used currently.

        In the area i am in, particularly at home. I get 4g full bars on AWS band but when LTE jumps on it has 0 – 2 bars. LTE runs on AWS band also. It depends on where the tower is located and if they updated all the towers in that area.

        • Shahzad Malik

          How is your service on lte with 0 to 2 bars? I have the same issue, full bars on 4g and 0-2 on lte.. I’m thinking something wrong with network… Am I wrong? How can I tell what frequency I’m running.

        • Adrayven

          Most likely it’s not fully deployed. LTE ON T-Mobile is defiantly a work in progress. Just be because you start seeing it does not mean its fully deployed or should be considered complete.

        • kev2684

          if you own a Samsung Galaxy device, you can dial *#2263# and select which band do you want to use.

          here are what you want to select to see T-Mobile’s services:

          WCDMA 1700 = AWS = HSPA+42 “4G” service
          WCDMA 1900 = PCS = HSPA+21 “4G” (market dependent/not all markets have been refarmed)
          LTE B4 = Band 4 = 4G LTE on AWS

          to tell which frequency is your phone connected on (on a galaxy device), dial *#0011#. it will say if it’s LTE or HSPA+ on PCS or AWS. when you do, download something in the background and if it reads HSPA+1, that means it runs HSPA+21 network. if it says DC_HSPA+1, that’s HSPA+42 network. on LTE, it will say how much bandwidth they have deployed in your area, it’s either 5 or 10mhz. 2×5, or 2×10. the higher the better.

      • sidekicker89

        I think you’re confusing 4G with LTE … 4G HSPA+ is running on 1900Mhz in some areas… LTE is strictly on 1700/2100

    • Adrayven

      No. LTE from t-mobile does NOT run on 1900. It runs on 1700/2100 aws. That was the whole point of reframing HSPA OFF AWS TO THE 1900 bands. It was also the reason the merged with metro as metro has LTE on 1700 AWS bands.

  • Noah James

    Just got back from a few day long trip.. No LTE but my areas network perfoference can badly reach above 1mb /sec with 3 bars of HSPA+ something isn’t right here. Called T-Mobile and did a service request,hopefully it gets fixed quickly. Will update when network is fixed.

  • Josue

    I’ve gotten 16MBPS, i wonder where they got that speed

  • OC

    i got 35 Mbps down in Santa Ana,CA

  • petraman

    http://www.speedtest.net/android/491360434.png

    ^LTE in Cleveland, OH… (North Royalton to be exact)

  • Astersion

    This is really not impressive. I am with Verizon LTE and I can get these speeds anywhere in the country while T-Mobile users can’t. My phone is compatible with their AWS bands for speeds even faster then these. I love Verizon and will never switch.

    • Sick

      Verizon is the best quality, but they cannot touch t mobile for price or value or convenience.

      • gentleman559

        Not to mention I can use any GSM phone from anywhere network in the world. Trump that Verizon bitches.

    • kbaer

      I concur with you. While it is nice seeing LTE in cities once again there will be plenty of EDGE spots outside of towns and cities and it appears that T-Mobile has no incentive to upgrade all EDGE areas.

      • Astersion

        Thank you you are right as T Mobile recently confirmed that some markets will remain on EDGE while other carriers have LTE in those areas. At least VZW has nationwide reliable coverage with the latest technology.

        • RobotChupacabra

          Again, not really true since Verizon has to physically upgrade a lot of their LTE sites for 3GPP Release 10 LTE, whereas T-Mobile needs only to push out a software update. Technically, T-Mobile has the latest technology.

    • Sok

      I got friend’s in Dallas with VZW LTE that barely goes over 10 dl..

    • Mr_Vault

      And its wonderful to see a Verizon troll on a Tmobile news site. We’re so glad you’re happy with V. We’re also glad that you’re paying a LOT more than we do. Glad to see someone doing so well in this wonderful economy that they can afford all these things. And actually, you don’t get those kind of speeds everywhere with V. You sir, are trolling.

      • JaswinderSinghJammu

        He loves getting ploughed by Verizon rates as well.

      • Astersion

        You all are jealous of our true nationwide LTE network. I have a friend in Florida who gets 60 down and 13 up. We have 490 more LTE markets then T Mobile. Hows the swag of TMUSA now? Yeah not so good.

        • Mr_Vault

          Shoo troll. I’m glad you’re happy with V. They have a good, maybe great network. We just don’t want to pay the price. We’re just getting started with LTE. Don’t know where you came up with “swag of TMUSA”. You really need to stay on Android specific sites. This site is for Tmo users (tmonews.com, get it???) Go away troll….

        • KingCobra

          Certainly don’t miss the nationwide LTE that you can barely use because of your data caps. Make sure your friend keeps his data monitoring app handy so he doesn’t get bombarded with overage charges. No thanks Verizon.

        • RobotChupacabra

          Not really. I mean, our HSPA+ network gave us great speeds anyways, and we get unlimited everything with zero caps for a lot less than what you pay. There’s certainly upsides to Verizon if one’s job requires travel to more rural areas, nobody denies that. In terms of value though, T-Mobile delivers a lot for a lot less. Not sure how trolling this site is supposed to prove anything.

        • MO

          haha i like that dont forget to mention we backhaul to hspa+ verizon goes down to pitiful 3g speeds smh

        • JackCAL

          Our LTE covers over 99% of our 3G covered areas. That argument is therefore irrelevant. We just got even more spectrum from the federal government. Our speeds and network can’t be beat. Oh yeah by the way, we have LTE all over the world. While your carrier T Mobile hasn’t even gotten close to a nationwide 4G LTE network we are already rolling out a 4G LTE Advanced Network with AWS.

    • KingCobra

      No you can’t. Take that LIE somewhere else. I had Verizon for 6 months and traveled all over the Southeast and the highest download speed I ever saw was 33mbps. Average was around 21.

      • milanyc

        When Verizon’s LTE just launched in 2010, it was easy 50+Mbps all day long.
        12Months after the launch, Christmas of 2011, I was still able to max out sectors at 70+Mbps: hxxp://i.imgur.com/G6oKP.png

        Now it’s much, much slower, but the point is we should be able to see similar speeds on T-Mobile’s LTE in 2x10Mhz markets, on their completely unloaded LTE network.

        • TMOTECH

          Most markets are still only 5X5 and getting up to 30Mbps. Just wait until it is truly unleashed.

        • pbxtech

          I suspect this is the case.

          For one thing I’m only getting 2 bars on the Note 2 compared that to my GS3 (non-LTE device), same cell tower, getting full bars about 4 blocks away.

          I think the LTE enabled cell tower are running half-power.

    • pbxtech

      Caught you in a LIE.

      I have a Novatel 4620L hotspot – don’t even get 30 download.

      I was in Atlantic City a couple weeks ago and I didn’t get LTE signal inside the Taj Mahal.

    • MO

      its funny you say that when i had Verizon LTE in NJ it was garbage and i only had max speeds of 10-12 down total and there 4g sim cards get faulty quick… im glad i made the switch to TMOB

    • gentleman559

      Yeah right. I had Verizon when I lived in Long Beach. I would hit 3MBPS and constantly toggle between 3G. When I moved to Vegas Verizon had NO signal in my house but T-Mobile had 3 bars of LTE. Guess what happened to Verizon?

  • marc

    I’m at the ATL airport right now, I’m getting 35down and 22up on HTC One

  • adam

    Im in tulsa, oklahoma. I barely get 17 down. But my up is 19? Im on LTE

  • adam

    Im also on t-mobile

  • D Velasquez

    Docomo have 100 mbps down and going to 150, if they are not there already, but talking in US speeds these are indeed impressive.

  • Alan713

    does Tmob really have a 15mbps speed cap on unlimied $70 plan? I heard that on forums and comments

    • superg05

      no

    • JaswinderSinghJammu

      Not at all. No data cap either at least for now

      • pbxtech

        No data cap but the post is about speed cap which there’s none.

    • Guest

      No. I get 30mbps on LTE, which is around the max speed possible for my area (Richmond, VA).

      • disqus_WWP8bbR9AF

        i seem to just get max of 26 MBIT in richmond.. hope they can go higher soon

        • Guest

          Looks like Richmond is running LTE on 5mhz instead of 10 right now. I’m not sure, but I think that limits the theoretical max speed to about 35-37mbps. Hopefully they’ll be able to increase the amount of spectrum allotted to LTE down the road.

          Either way, I consistently get 25-30mbps down at different times of day, so I’m pretty happy. Same speeds as my low-tier FiOS connection at home. Now if they’d just spread the love down 360/west so I don’t drop to GPRS when I leave the city…

    • Sok

      I have used 16 gigs so far…no caps
      Got 37 yesterday

    • RobotChupacabra

      There’s no speed cap and there never was (wouldn’t make sense).

    • MO

      I been running 30 down and 15 up in NJ since the LTE hit my phone a few weeks ago,, i hate when other companies hate for no reason

    • cooldayr

      Actually that fast.t-mobile.com APN does have a 15 Mbps speed cap on HSPA+ (LTE is full speed). It is said this is to get users used to speeds on non LTE, soon AWS will be mostly converted to LTE (leaving behind 21 mbps HPSA+ on AWS and 42 mbps DC-HSPA on 1900 mhz).

      So if you have an older phone that does not support 1900mhz or LTE your speeds may slow in phase 2 of the LTE launch and this is just getting you used to it.

    • pbxtech

      NO speed cap. Tested on a Note 2 – a few feet away from the cell tower at full bar – getting 20-25Mbs down with upload 10Mbs at mid-day.

      I suspect that its still under test on those sites that are not officially announce to have LTE even though your seeing LTE on your phone. I also think those LTE enabled site are running at half-power because my GS3 (non-LTE phone) gets 4bars and the Note 2 gets only 2 bars, about 4 blocks away from the tower.

    • kev2684

      no if you’re using the right APN.

    • I think all the confusion here stems from while they’ve been working on their LTE towers, their HSPA has been capped at 15Mbps. Considering they’re taking away spectrum from HSPA for LTE in the AWS bands, it’s completely understandable. LTE isn’t being capped at all and I regularly have been getting 30+ on it. Now if the HSPA 15Mbps is permanent or not, I have no idea but 15Mbps is still very decent for HSPA so I don’t understand all the Whining. Don’t like the speeds, get an LTE device. Simple as that.

      • Alan713

        i don’t even have LTE or need one, but interesting to follow. I’d like to have LTE on Ipad thru Tmo, don’t really see the need of mobile internet on the phone.

    • gentleman559

      No. That is fiction

  • sidekicker89

    I just read this on Verizon’s Facebook page… they have some of the dumbest hardcore fans ever! This is what one said:

    Pam Ferree – “You do not get unlimited with LTE through any company. Not prepaid, not ATT, not Sprint (unless it’s on their towers only) and surely not Tmobile.”

    WHAT AN IDIOT!!!!

    • gentleman559

      Well you know those Verizon people. LOL

  • TMO_Mike

    LTE is picking up in Philly and the suburbs. LTE has been sighted in Bryn Mawr, Wayne & Plymouth Meeting/Blue Bell. The soft launch was May 30th and expansion continues.

    • BlackLighted

      Philly Suburbs is right! T-Mo just lit up West Chester, PA last night (one tower at the University that I’ve found so far) but that site has some massive coverage area around town.

      1900MHz HSPA+ is now up as well for iPHONE 4 users to get 3G/4G.

      Nice setup too, it’s a converted Ericsson RBS 3106 box on the ground, but a 6-pack of Ericsson AIR 21 Antenna Integrated Radio unit’s up top.

      FIBER-OPTIC STRAIGHT TO THE ANTENNAS!!!!

      Mapped a bunch via Sensorly, but their website is buggy, it only shows up if you zoom down to street level.

  • Ian Fong

    Dayton, Ohio has LTE. Just experienced it this past weekend.

  • JayMoney88

    LTE is ALIVE AND WELL IN ATLANTA, GA!!!!

  • Jody Smith

    Been testing the new LTE network. It’s similar to the HSPA+ network: Fast in spots but the same areas that had slow faux G have slow LTE.

    Must be poor backhaul planning for our area.

    If T-Mobile can give me a fast network consistently over a very large area w/o the drops to EDGE or loss of service indoors they’d have more of my business

    • superg05

      You are basing that on them as you say testing the network OK…

    • DetroitTechnoFan

      The LTE rollout seems to be going MUCH better than the HSPA+ rollout ever did. I’m getting LTE in a lot more places than I had gotten HSPA+ and it’s almost universally incredibly fast… also, even directly after a fireworks show I was still able to get a call through. First time that’s happened since I started using cell phones!

  • superg05

    To all the whiners t-mobile is testing the networks they are not launched yet don’t make t-mobile regret giving you a sneak peek cause they won’t do it again

    • Shahzad Malik

      You act as if they are giving us something for nothing…In case you have forgotten, each one of us pays to use this service and T mobile is behind with their LTE roll out. So if anything, they need to put all their cards on the table.

  • sushimane

    is there any sign of lte that’s coming? because in my situation when i did my a speedtest now i been getting 6-7 mbps but like 6 month ago i would be getting 15-17 mbps

    • cooldayr

      This actually happened to me starting this morning where I live, speeds in my area went from 14-15 mbps down to 6-7. I noticed something similar occur in Harrington Park, NJ before LTE flicked on in that location.

      • sushimane

        So this could mean lte or sumthing lol

    • keasycase

      If u hepa+ speeds drops u will be getting lte soon

  • hmm, so is this mean no more cap on speed?

  • Sniper1087

    I have service on AT &T and T-mo and on AT&T the highest I got was 63 down

  • Manny

    In the Phila area last time I did a speed test I hit 54mpbs down and 20 upload.

    • keasycase

      And that’s wen that test 10*10… But imagine wen they get 20*20 up and running its a rap… And wen we get 600mhz more coverage more money we get… The better the service

      • Manny

        I was like, forget using my WiFi, I’ll just use my LTE cause it is faster.

  • keasycase

    Just to let yall kno it is only one place with 10*10mhz of lte and that is VAGAS…. They wanted to test wat happens wen they combine metro and our spectrum… I think certain areas of a town might have 10*10… Like where the headquarters is… But I thing san Jose is 10*10 tho speeds out there r crazy

  • Nick

    I’m a T-Mobile employee, and I had a customer that was getting 50mbps in their house in San Francisco, so I wouldn’t say that 60 is that far off. I get 30 in my house.

    • gentleman559

      Ive been hitting 50 lately here in Las Vegas

  • Philly Jim

    Just outside Philly , Delaware county area to be exact and I’m getting 25 down 10 12 up …………..

    • Manny

      Westville/Deptford in New Jersey, right next to Bridge, getting 54-60 up and 20-23 down.

  • keasycase

    And for all the people saying I get faster speeds on AT&T and Verizon… Is because they did 10*10 rollouts… And they r both doing 1700mhz lte rollouts 2 that’s y they r faster now

  • khalidalomary

    getting bout 22 down 7 up in Nashville,TN

  • bigsammoe

    Here in schaumburg,il right now 6mbps down 4.97mbps up…best ive seen so far is 11up kinda dissapointed in my “LTE”

    • Shahzad Malik

      I can’t get more than one bar in Addison IL