Update: Yakima, Washington apparently also get 3G today! With the year almost over, T-Mobile must be moving furiously to reach their goal of covering over 200 million people with 3G coverage. Today’s launch news is courtesy of Little Rock, Arkansas which is waking up to all that is 3G goodness and just in time for the holiday’s. Since it’s a slow news week, here are some fun facts about Arkansas: It is illegal to mispronounce … [read full article]
While still “officially” unconfirmed, Louisville is the source of widespread reports of 3G coverage popping up all over the place. Having been teased just 10 days ago with a hopeful launch date, rest assured this time reports are coming in from all over town. Louisville, how are you feeling on this winter 3G morning?
T-Mobile must be working fast and furious as the year winds down and they try to make good on their promise of 200 million customers covered by 3G goodness. Currently sitting at 187 million, the announcement of Cary, Fayetteville and Wilmington, NC will bring that total up a little more. Not to be forgotten of course is Tulsa, OK who after a false alarm yesterday has gotten the official green light today. Sound off below … [read full article]
Update: Tulsa looked to be a false alarm, Grand Rapids you are golden! While the Google Phone may be the dominant story in the days to come, let us not forget that there are other happenings in the Magenta world. Ask the folks in Grand Rapids, Michigan and Tulsa, Oklahoma who have stormed my inbox this morning with reports of active 3G service. No word yet as to whether these are official launches so the … [read full article]
T-Mobile has been on fire recently with its 3G madness, and has added quite a few cities to the 3G bandwagon. With HSPA 7.2Mbps less than 3 weeks away, T-Mobile is making sure everyone enjoys 3G goodness this holiday season. Recapping the recent 3G launches that we informed you about ahead of time, have now been officially blessed with 3G, with the exception of Louisville which seems to be delayed. Congratulations and welcome to … [read full article]
Well now, this sure is interesting. Motorola in an attempt to capitalize on its “we’re back” attitude given the recent success of the Droid is going to take a new approach, solve the homelessness situation, build a radio module capable of working on all HSPA frequencies in the United States. That means 3G devices that are capable of working on both AT&T AND T-Mobile. That’s just damn cool. Unfortunately though, as Engadget points out, Motorola isn’t building … [read full article]
With T-Mobile promising to roll out HSPA 7.2 by years end, and HSPA+ 21Mbps by the middle of 2010, a few lucky residents of Philly have already been blessed with T-Mobile’s ultra fast 3G network. A lucky individual over at jkontherun was kind enough to share his hands-on experience with T-Mobile’s HSPA+, currently live in the Philadelphia area. Using a T-Mobile webConnect USB stick the individual started out and tested T-Mobile’s current 3G network, which … [read full article]
Earlier in November, reports were coming in of a few cities supposedly getting a taste of T-Mobile HSPA 7.2 speeds. Our friends over at AndroidandMe, reached out to T-Mobile, to confirm whether or not the HSPA 7.2 launch date had been adjusted and received a very good response. To summarize, T-Mobile is sticking to its previous statement, which was to roll out HSPA 7.2Mbps by the end of 2009. T-Mobile also states that they will … [read full article]
Finally, Cincinnati residents, you can stop wondering when T-Mobile will grace you with all the goodness that is 3G service. December 10th is the day, that’s right this Thursday is the big day for Cincinnati T-Mobile customers who have been waiting so very very patiently. Not to be outdone however, are residents of Savannah, GA who can expect 3G services starting today!! Fort Wayne, Indiana residents, your wait ends Wednesday, December 9th and finally, Fort … [read full article]
The 3G march continues this week with the newest member of T-Mobile’s 3G network. Residents of South Bend, Indiana can now enjoy T-Mobile’s 3G goodness. Congratulations residents of South Bend! Enjoy the faster 3G speeds and improved call quality (and have the ability to use data and calling features simultaneously). Sound off in the comments! And if you’re still waiting on 3G in your city, we will keep you guys updated!