T-Mobile adds more low-band LTE to many cities across Puerto Rico

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Earlier this month, T-Mobile confirmed that it had added low-band LTE to hundreds of cell sites across the U.S. Now T-Mo says that it’s rolled out even more low-band LTE, this time focusing specifically on Puerto Rico.

T-Mobile CTO Neville Ray has announced that T-Mo has added low-band LTE to several cities in Puerto Rico in the last few weeks. This low-band LTE expansion includes 600MHz coverage.

Some of the cities included in this expansion include Camuy, Yauco, Utuado, and San Juan. You can find the full list of cities below.

  • Aguada, PR
  • Moca, PR
  • Camuy, PR
  • Lares, PR
  • Mayaguez, PR
  • Sabana Grande, PR
  • Yauco, PR
  • Guayanilla, PR
  • Ceiba, PR
  • Naguabo, PR
  • Humacao, PR
  • Las Piedras, PR
  • Patillas, PR
  • Arroyo, PR
  • Salinas, PR
  • Santa Isabel, PR
  • Ponce, PR
  • Adjuntas, PR
  • Jayuya, PR
  • Utuado, PR
  • Morovis, PR
  • Vega Alta, PR
  • Toa Baja, PR
  • Toa Alta, PR
  • San Juan, PR
  • Trujillo Alto, PR
  • Aguas Buenas, PR
  • Cidra, PR
  • Cayey, PR
  • Aibonito, PR
  • Barranquitas, PR
  • Naranjito, PR
  • Orocovis, PR
  • Coamo, PR

Source: Neville Ray (Twitter)

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  • PC_Tool

    Keep it coming, T-Mobile. Keep it coming.

  • SirStephenH

    “T-Mobile CTO Neville Ray has announced that T-Mo has added low-band LTE to several cities in Puerto Rico in the last few weeks. This low-band LTE expansion includes both 600MHz and 700MHz coverage.”

    This is impossible. T-Mobile doesn’t own any band 12 (700MHz) in Puerto Rico.

    • SirStephenH

      The article has been corrected.

  • I have family in Moca and visit often.. always hated the coverage… when i go back, i look forward to this

  • (J²)

    Does your phone have the bands necessary to take advantage of these improvements?

    For example, as far as the iPhone’s go…The iPhone 6S was the first to support Band 12. The iPhone XS/XR are the first to support Band 71.