Now that Magenta has started rolling out its super fast HSPA+ with plans to cover over 100 major metropolitan cities (over 185 million people) by the end of 2010 and 75 million customers to be covered by the end of June, the question most of you want answered is, will your city get HSPA+? Well, the good folks over at T-Mobile have constructed a new map displaying current cities with HSPA+ … [read full article]
Today, T-Mobile is announcing the expansion of its HSPA+ network, bringing the total number of cities covered to 25 and total customers covered to 75 million by the end of June. Covered are T-Mobile customers in Los Angeles, Dallas, Atlanta, Houston, Seattle, Tampa, Orlando, Pittsburgh, Charlotte, Greensboro, and Winston-Salem, Oklahoma City, Tulsa, New Orleans and Charleston. In addition, HSPA+ has been expanded to Bentonville, Ark.. Anderson, S.C. and Fayetteville, N.C. are now good to go … [read full article]
So let me get this right? AT&T is up in arms because T-Mobile said they had “4G” speeds going with yesterdays Northeast HSPA+ launches? Boo freaking hoo AT&T! Instead of actually fixing your network you are complaining about verbiage? I wonder if you took the money you spent fighting back bad reports and invested it into your network, your customers might be able to make calls. Speaking to Fierce Wireless AT&T spokesman Seth Bloom … [read full article]
Congratulations, Evansville! You now have 3G thanks to T-Mobile. As someone who has had 3G for a while, I will be the first to welcome you to the club. Are you enjoying the super fast 3G speeds and improved call quality yet? If you’re still looking for a nice 3G enabled device, check out the HTC HD2. Anyone out there reading this from Evansville? If so, let us know how you like it!
Magenta has been a little slow with 3G launches lately but, nonetheless, they are picking up the pace. Today, residents of Springfield, Ohio and Waco, Texas have been officially blessed with 3G goodness. Welcome to the 3G club and enjoy the super fast 3G speeds and improved call quality! If you’re still looking for a nice 3G enabled device, why not the entertainment-packed T-Mobile HTC HD2 which is now back in stock online!
Residents of Victoria, Texas are rejoicing! Thanks to T-Mobile, they are now experiencing 3G goodness! Anyone in Victoria experiencing it now? How are your download speeds? Victoria, if you have 3G, let us know!
Today was a monumental day for me, for TmoNews, our readers and for humanity in general. Just kidding on that last part! Andrew already touched on the HSPA+ announcements just a little while ago. However, for the first time, TmoNews found itself at a T-Mobile event and I didn’t even have to sneak in! It was an experience in and of itself and, while it wasn’t some huge event with balloons and hoopla, to me it … [read full article]
Residents of Boise, Idaho are rejoicing! Thanks to T-Mobile, they are now experiencing 3G goodness! As someone who has had 3G for a while, I sometimes forget that not all of the country has 3G. Personally, I can’t wait for HSPA+ which T-Mobile is indeed promising. Currently, HSPA+ is only available in certain markets now. Get ready for 21Mbps! Let’s hope it comes soon.
Well it has certainly been a while since we’ve seen or heard anything surrounding 3G launches for T-Mobile. Our attention has been focused on HSPA and HSPA+ services that we have all but lost sight that not everyone has received 3G service. Lexington, Kentucky is the first 3G launch is the first 3G launch in two months and we know that plenty of areas are still left. However, HSPA and HSPA+ still dominate our desires … [read full article]
Today is the day you’ve all been waiting for! Although T-Mobile had promised us HSPA 7.2Mbps before the end of 2009, better late than never right? Today Phonescoop claims that, T-Mobile has officially announced that it has upgraded its entire 3G network to HSPA 7.2Mbps. T-Mobile also claims that its 3G footprint now covers some 200 million Americans. Along with the announcement, T-Mobile also stated that it plans to be the first U.S. carrier to deploy … [read full article]