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T-Mobile Expands 4G Network Today With 14 New Cities

Tucked inside last night’s HTC Sensation 4G launch press release was the expansion of T-Mobile’s 4G network to 14 new cities beginning June 1st. Residents of the following cities should begin to see increased network speeds on their 4G devices starting today! Bloomington, Indiana Bremerton and Mount Vernon, Washington Flagstaff, Arizona Santa Fe, New Mexico Madera, Oxnard, Riverside and Santa Cruz, California Manchester, New Hampshire Reading and York, Pennsylvania Springfield and … [read full article]

T-Mobile Readying Microcell In Home Solution?

With T-Mobile focusing so much attention on providing in home coverage solutions via Wi-Fi there has been little talk, at least that has been made public about a Microcell solution. While T-Mobile’s loyalty team has been beta testing Cel-Fi units that are designed to boost signals in the home a widespread rollout has yet to occur. As it turns out a recent survey conducted by a third party on behalf of T-Mobile was … [read full article]

T-Mobile Bringing Unlimited Wi-Fi Calling Back

Beginning May 11th, T-Mobile will add a new feature that will allow Wi-Fi calling capable devices to make and receive phone calls WITHOUT using in-plan minutes. Hallelujah!!!! Qualifying customers with Wi-Fi calling capable devices will receive a text message in the coming days alerting them to this feature directing them to T-Mobile.com to add the feature. Customer care will also aid in the addition of this feature to a customers account. The … [read full article]

T-Mobile Pokes Fun At Verizon Wireless After LTE Outage

Under normal circumstances, I would have woke up this morning, seen the tweet T-Mobile directed at Verizon and cracked a smile. Instead, I’m focused on watching Seattle area residents beat their future parent company’s pride and joy iPhone in speed tests. Of course, who knows how or if Verizon might playfully respond. If I were Verizon i’d respond with a simple statement of “Ok Tmobiā€¦I mean future AT&T.” Just saying. @tmobile

T-Mobile Expands HSPA+ Network To 10 Additional Cities

Once again T-Mobile is asserting the “business as usual” approach by announcing the expansion of their HSPA+ footprint to 10 additional cities across the US. Residents of Ames, Iowa; Anderson, Indiana; Battle Creek, Benton Harbor and Jackson, Michigan; Fort Collins-Loveland, Colorado; Lawrence and Manhattan, Kansas; Springfield, Illinois and Wichita Falls, Texas are now enjoying being apart of America’s largest 4G network. Of course now that you are apart of America’s largest 4G … [read full article]

So What Will A T-Mobile / AT&T Network Look Like?

Let’s put aside rumors of AT&T having to divest parts of the T-Mobile network in order to receive FCC and DOJ approval as we look at what the two conjoined networks could look like. Fierce Mobile acquired some images courtesy of American Roamer, an “independent source of wireless carrier network coverage and spectrum information” has gone and done just that. In this block of pretty pictures of the US wireless market, … [read full article]

AT&T CEO Randall Stephenson Says T-Mobile Merger Immediately Improves Reliability

Speaking to the Council on Foreign Relations Randall Stephenson, CEO of AT&T reiterated that the proposed AT&T/T-Mobile deal would not create a “duopoly” as most customers have five or more mobile choices and that costs would decline further as mobile broadband traffic grows. Someone needs to tell me where Randall Stephenson gets his fairy magic. His belief is that the overnight addition of T-Mobile to the AT&T portfolio is going to “immediately … [read full article]

TmoNews Hands On With Rocket 3.0, We Test Out HSPA+ 42

T-Mobile isn’t ready to secede the speed wars to Verizon just yet with a first real world look at their recently announced HSPA+ 42 network in Las Vegas, New York and Orlando. So how does T-Mobile’s 4G HSPA+ 42 network work in the real world? Fast, VERY fast. As you can see in the image above we were hitting download speeds around 24 – 25 Mbps and uploads speeds from around … [read full article]

T-Mobile Announces 5 Additional HSPA+ Cities

Oh HSPA+ announcements, we’ve longed for thee for many moons now. Thankfully you’ve returned in the form of 5 additional cities. Residents of Des Moines, Iowa, Gainesville and Panama City, Florida, Monterey, California and Savannah, Georgia say hello to HSPA+. In case you are keeping track, this brings T-Mobile’s total HSPA+ city count to 157 cities nationwide reaching over 200 million people. Download speeds can approach 5 Mbps in some cities and … [read full article]