Tag Archives: Network

T-Mobile LTE Sightings Abundant In The Los Angeles Area Today

T-Mobile’s next set of LTE network launches continues to get fine-tuned with the latest group of reports pointing to Los Angeles. According to sightings coming in via @tmonews Twitter, Facebook and my inbox Los Angeles area sightings are happening en masse. As with last weeks sightings in Minneapolis, New York City and Detroit we’re still calling this as “fine-tuning” and testing” but customers can still latch on to the LTE network. [read full article]

Will T-Mobile Be The First Carrier To Offer An LTE-Advanced Network?

With T-Mobile the last national carrier to launch their LTE network, they are setting their sights on being the first to have  LTE Advanced technology in place. In an interview with VentureBeat last week, T-Mobile’s head of radio network and evolution strategy Yasmin Karimli told the publication they believe they can move fast with existing hardware already in place. “I think we’ll probably be able to move faster [to LTE-Advanced] because we … [read full article]

Weekend Poll: Which LTE Device On T-Mobile Excites You The Most?

It’s time for a weekend poll and this time I’m wondering what current or future LTE device on T-Mobile you are most looking forward to. Mind you the list is still limited and it doesn’t include devices that require workarounds to gain LTE capability like the Nexus 4. I’m also not including the Lumia 810 which is said to have built-in LTE capability but T-Mobile has yet to confirm they … [read full article]

Editorial: T-Mobile’s New Plans Are Awesome For Everyone

Earlier today, T-Mobile held an event to show off the new plans and payment schemes for service and phones. There weren’t many surprises given all the leaks we’ve had in the last few weeks about T-Mobile’s “Uncarrier” offering. Like John Legere promised back in December, the new plans are very simple and pretty easy to understand once you grasp the basic concepts behind the plans. When looking at them on the … [read full article]

T-Mobile’s LTE Network Goes Live With Seven Major Networks, Highlights LTE-Ready Devices

  Right on schedule, T-Mobile’s CEO John Legere just announced the company’s first seven LTE markets and they look awfully familiar. That’s not all T-Mobile’s got on the LTE front today as they highlight their upcoming LTE devices with the Galaxy S 4, HTC One, Galaxy S III LTe as well as the already available BlackBerry Z10, and Galaxy Note … [read full article]

Oh Snap: T-Mobile’s First Seven LTE Markets Detailed For March 26th Launch

With crowd-source testing showing off possible T-Mobile LTE launch markets early this morning, we’re pleased to announce an “unofficial” list of the first LTE cities going live. We’ll have to wait till next Tuesday and presumably an announcement direct from T-Mobile’s CEO but until then, we’re pretty sure we’re looking at a complete list of the first seven launch markets. … [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 … [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]

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]