Tag Archives: LTE

T-Mobile’s First LTE MobileHotSpot, The Sonic 2.0 Begins Arriving In Retail Stores

T-Mobile’s first LTE-ready Mobile HotSpot, the Sonic 2.0 is slowly beginning to creep into company owned retail stores nationwide. Early indications showed the Sonic 2.0 launching on March 27th, but with T-Mobile’s special media event one day earlier, it’s possible we could see an announcement then. There’s no word on cost, but T-Mobile’s new Mobile Broadband pricing … [read full article]

T-Mobile Adds LTE Selection To “Shop By” Options On Website

I can’t really say when an option for “LTE” was added to T-Mobile’s “Shop by” section on their website, but it’s there now. For the moment, just the Galaxy Note II and the “Coming Soon” BlackBerry Z10 show up, but ultimately we’ll see the HTC One and Galaxy S 4 grace this page. There’s really nothing else to emphasize about this option, except that it was only a matter … [read full article]

(Updated) T-Mobile’s LTE Network Gets Official Trial Run As LTE Update Releases For Galaxy Note II

  Update: T-Mobile’s support page for the Samsung Galaxy Note II now includes the latest update.  T-Mobile’s LTE network is beginning to show some signs of life as a number of sites just posted some hands-on results conducted in New York City last week. That means some good news for Galaxy Note II owners as the long-awaited LTE software update finally rolls out beginning today. The tests, conducted by … [read full article]

T-Mobile’s LTE Network Spotted In New York City As Company Highlights 49 iPhone Ready Cities

T-Mobile’s LTE network is still on the slow path to success, but thanks to TmoNews reader @milanmilanovic, we’re getting a first look at LTE in New York City. It’s definitely still in the planning stages and while it’s not nearly ready for public use, we’re just happy to know there’s progress. In order to get on to the network, Milanovic stated that he forced his way on to the network and manually searched with … [read full article]

HTC Announces One Developer Edition, Will Set You Back $650

If you’ve got $650 hanging around, you might want to take notice of the newly announced HTC One developer edition. That’s right, the One can be yours SIM and bootloader unlocked if the price is right. T-Mobile fans should take note that the dev edition doesn’t offer AWS (1700) with HSPA+, so you might want to make sure you’re in an area where T-Mobile has enough HSPA+ coverage on the 1900 band … [read full article]

T-Mobile’s Fourth Quarter Report Discusses First LTE Networks, iPhone, And 1900MHz HSPA+ Launches

While T-Mobile’s fourth quarter 2012 financial report may be a mixed bag financially, it did yield a number of notable facts on the company’s iPhone subscriber base, LTE networks and new HSPA+ 1900MHz launches. We’ll start things off with HSPA+ as T-Mobile announces their 4G network now serves more than 225 million people. As for HSPA+ on the 1900MHz band, T-Mobile announced more … [read full article]

HTC Announces The One, No It’s Not Neo, But It’s Coming To T-Mobile

Welcome back HTC with the introduction of the HTC One this morning at their morning launch event still taking place as I write. HTC’s One smartphone will take on their competition as the company’s newest flagship device with a spec sheet to match. Except HTC is trying something different this time around as its not hyping specs as much as it’s talking up features, especially their new “ultrapixel” camera. HTC’s going … [read full article]

T-Mobile’s First LTE Mobile Hotspot Pictured In Press Image Glory

While we’re still waiting patiently for T-Mobile’s LTE network to go live, we’re already starting to make a list of the LTE ready devices that will be available come launch day. One such device leaked out earlier this month thanks to a T-Mobile March roadmap as the upcoming “T-Mobile Sonic 2.0 Mobile HotSpot LTE.” Well, here she is in all of her (future) press image glory. Unfortunately, we don’t have any indication as … [read full article]