Tag Archives: LTE

T-Mobile Voice over LTE live in Seattle

Only recently we’d heard reports that Voice over LTE was on its way to T-Mobile. What that means is that instead of your device dropping to an older network technology to connect your calls, it’ll instead use the LTE network. Which is pretty fantastic news, especially considering the areas currently being refarmed from EDGE to LTE, and the fact that T-Mo is going to be killing off its 2G network over the next … [read full article]

LTE spotted in Cabo Rojo, Puerto Rico and Lexington, SC

We live hearing news of T-Mobile’s LTE network growing, and often it’s a case of users picking up tasty high-speed connections on their mobiles before T-Mo officially announces it, or updates its list of covered areas. Today we bring you news of LTE being spotted in two different areas. First up: A reader from Puerto Rico informed us that LTE has just gone live at Cabo Rojo city: Using SpeedTest.net’s app, they pulled … [read full article]

RootMetrics: T-Mo LTE scores joint 1st place with AT&T and Verizon in Las Vegas

I know, I know, John Legere and T-Mobile don’t like referencing RootMetrics results. Calling them out for being out of date and not based on real user testing. Still, they can give a decent portrayal of the network quality offered by the US’ top carriers. This time out, it’s showing T-Mo in a favorable light. In its most recent test in Las Vegas, T-Mobile’s RootScore matched the big two: 1 – Verizon (95.4) 1 … [read full article]

Fastest Mobile Networks 2014 is happening, get testing your T-Mo phones with Sensorly

Every carrier likes to claim that it has the best network around. And John Legere likes to point out that most claims are based on old, paid-for “independent” testing, and that in real life use, T-Mobile has the fastest LTE network. Data from Ookla’s SpeedTest.net would suggest that Magenta users have it good, and it’s only going to get better. But now’s your chance to contribute to an official survey to find out … [read full article]

T-Mobile 4G LTE lights up at Coamo, Puerto Rico

We never get tired of hearing about T-Mobile’s network getting bigger and better. Today one of our readers got in touch to let us know that 4G LTE has just gone live in Coamo, Puerto Rico. Submitting a speed test yielded results of around 23Mbps down and 6Mbps up. Not quite the speeds of Dallas, but, you still can’t beat the feeling of upgrading from 3G/HSPA to LTE. As always, we love hearing … [read full article]

T-Mo opens pre-registration on Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1 2014 edition, ships in June

Whatever way you look at it, Samsung has a knack for making product names long and lumpy. Samsung Galaxy Note 10.1 2014 Edition certainly doesn’t roll off the tongue, but if looks are anything to go by, this could be one of this year’s toughest iPad competitors. Sammy’s impressive S-Pen equipped tablet features a beautiful 2560×1600 pixel LCD 10.1-inch display, Cat4 LTE, an 8MP rear camera with 1080p video capture and a front … [read full article]

Unsurprisingly, Verizon’s unhappy with FCC’s plans to make spectrum auctions more competitive

Sprint and T-Mobile are doing the best they can to push the FCC in to making a decision on airwave auctions that would see the system changed to be more favorable to the smaller guys. Both carriers have increased lobbying budgets and contacted regulators over 24 times this year. Putting as much time and money in as possible because the upcoming spectrum auction could be the largest we’ve seen in the U.S. since … [read full article]

15+15 LTE going live in Minneapolis

T-Mobile’s made no secret of the fact that its building up a strong, and fast LTE network. And quickly. That was made clear when it announced that it had gone from 0 to 220 million people covered within the first twelve months of the network going live. But covering a wide area isn’t the only measure they’re concerned with. It’s also committed to boosting networks up to 10+10, 15+15 and 20+20 MHz LTE … [read full article]

T-Mobile closes 700MHz A-block deal, announces plans for expansion

In a blog post today, T-Mobile’s Chief Technology Office, Neville Ray announced that the company has now closed the deal to acquire Verizon’s unused A-block, 700MHz spectrum. This news comes just a few days after the FCC gave the purchase the go ahead, and signals the beginning of a major plan to improve and expand T-Mobile’s existing LTE coverage. A-block spectrum at these … [read full article]