Tag Archives: LTE

Two T-Mobile Mobile Virtual Network Operators Confirm LTE Network Support

With T-Mobile’s LTE network set to begin rolling out any day now, at least two MVNO companies are confirming they will offer support for T-Mobile’s LTE network once it launches. Executives from both Ready SIM and Solavei told FierceWireless they expect to offer LTE speeds as T-Mobile turns the network on. Emir Aboulhson, senior vice president of business development for … [read full article]

Upcoming Launch Date Calendar Includes LTE Hotspot, BlackBerry Z10 And Galaxy S III LTE

Oh how I love nothing more than starting off our week with some upcoming release dates, especially when I see the letters “LTE” appear on the page. The newest T-Mobile handset roadmap dated as of today includes a new T-Mobile Sonic 2.0 Mobile Hotspot with LTE capability, the Samsung T599 Galaxy Exhibit, Galaxy S III LTE and BlackBerry Z10 release dates. All things considered, it looks like March 27th will … [read full article]

Nokia Lumia 810 To Receive Software Update Enabling LTE? Signs Point To yes

Lumia 810 owners take note as an upcoming software update will enable hidden LTE capability according to a new report from Engadget. While rumors have swirled for some time that the Lumia 810 did in fact contain hidden LTE hardware, T-Mobile has never acknowledged it. Engadget reports that T-Mobile confirmed a software update was forthcoming, but wouldn’t discuss a timeline. T-Mobile has already stated a similar scenario will take place with … [read full article]

T-Mobile Press Release, Sign Up Page Indicate Blackberry Z10 Will Be LTE Ready

Just moments after its announced that all four carriers will carry the upcoming Blackberry Z10 hardware, T-Mobile releases a brief statement on availability. Unfortunately, the release doesn’t offer specific details for price or availability, what it does tell us is that the Z10 will arrive on T-Mobile LTE ready. Yup, let’s hope it’s just the first … [read full article]

First T-Mobile LTE Speed Tests Spotted In Kansas City?

T-Mobile’s first LTE markets of Kansas City and Las Vegas are set to go live within a matter of weeks, and now at least one XDA Developer user is seeing signs of life. The very first LTE speed test we’ve seen for T-Mobile’s LTE network, at least of the public variety shows around 10Mbps downlink and 5Mbps uplink. The speed test itself was taken in the Kansas City, Kansas area with … [read full article]

T-Mobile Quick Ad Spot Highlights Monthly4G Unlimited Data

T-Mobile’s march toward wireless domination saw yet another boost with the introduction of their new Unlimited Nationwide 4G data plan for Monthly4G customers. The introduction of the plan itself combined with T-Mobile’s goal of 200 million LTE pops by the end of 2013 should have the competition taking notice. T-Mobile might be the nationwide underdog in the US, but their fighting spirit … [read full article]

T-Mobile’s LTE Launch In Las Vegas Will Be Followed With Kansas City

Kansas City represent as T-Mobile’s Chief Technology Officer Neville Ray has indicated that the company will launch the “City of Fountains” as its second LTE market after Las Vegas. These two markets are generally the first to go live with network enhancements and fall in line with my own thoughts back in the days prior to CES. In fact, we expect that the LTE market launches will follow a similar pattern … [read full article]

T-Mobile’s CEO Talks Unlimited Data, Price Points For Future LTE Network

As we wait for official T-Mobile word that Las Vegas is live as their first LTE market, there are plenty of lingering questions regarding any LTE announcement. Perhaps the most important of these questions are — will T-Mobile charge more for data on LTE and will they continue their unlimited plan? According to this interview with The Seattle Times, the answer … [read full article]

T-Mobile Roadmap Includes Blackberry 10, “Value Plan Only” Launch Dates

Say hello to T-Mobile’s newest roadmap and while it devices launches are always a little thin at the beginning of the year, there are a few notable aspects to this image. The first is the March 27th launch of the “Blackberry Lisbon,” better known as an upcoming Blackberry 10 device. On the heels of T-Mobile confirming their intent to carry Blackberry’s upcoming new OS comes this roadmap and a determination of … [read full article]