It’s been a couple of weeks since T-Mobile last announced an Extended Range LTE expansion, but today another metro area is officially joining the band 12 club.
T-Mobile says that its Extended Range LTE coverage is live in Sacramento, Calif., meaning that another major California city can experience the extended distance and better building penetration that this coverage offers. In addition to Sacramento, the following California cities have access to Extended Range LTE:
Elk Grove, Roseville, Davis, Rancho Cordova, Folsom, Carmichael, Citrus Heights, Rocklin, Woodland, Placerville, West Sacramento, Auburn, Fair Oaks, Alta, Antelope, Orangevale, North Highlands, Granite Bay, El Dorado Hills, Camino, Newcastle, Pollock Pines, Colfax, Tahoe Vista, Sloughhouse, Rancho Murieta, Mather, Gold Run, Shingle Springs, Tahoe City, Sunnyside, Rio Linda, Galt, Esparto, Phillips, Brooks, and Loomis
While T-Mobile customers in the cities above may have previously spotted Extended Range LTE coverage while it was being tested, today’s announcement means that the service is officially ready for public use. In addition to Sacramento, T-Mobile has recently launched its Extended Range LTE coverage in the California metro areas of Fresno, Orange County, and Los Angeles.