T-Mobile’s 4G-like Speeds Covers 75 Million Americans
Here’s a press release from T-Mobile USA showing us how their 3.7G HSPA+ network will be expanding this year. If you’ve seen our article about the T-Mobile HSPA+ USB stick, you should probably be impressed with T-Mobile’s HSPA+ network since it certainly is capable of out-performing Sprint’s 4G WiMax network. If you live in one of the Cities listed below, let us know what kind of speeds you’re seeing on T-Mobile.
T-Mobile USA is announcing the expansion of its super-fast mobile broadband network, offering 4G speeds to more than 25 metropolitan areas across the U.S. and expects to cover more than 75 million Americans with HSPA+ by the end of June. Complementing the network expansion is the availability of the T-Mobile® webConnect Rocket USB Laptop Stick, the first HSPA+ capable device from a national U.S. wireless carrier, in these new areas. Today, 15 T-Mobile devices benefit from these enhanced speeds including the newest smartphone available from T-Mobile today the Nokia E73 Mode.
Now 4G speeds and the T-Mobile webConnect Rocket USB Laptop Stick are available in metropolitan areas across the country including Los Angeles; Dallas; Atlanta; Houston; Seattle; Tampa and Orlando, Fla.; Pittsburgh; Charlotte, Greensboro, and Winston-Salem, N.C.; Oklahoma City and Tulsa, Okla.; New Orleans; and Charleston, S.C. In addition, HSPA+ has been expanded to Bentonville, Ark.; Anderson, S.C.; and Fayetteville, N.C. T-Mobile’s HSPA+ mobile broadband service is already live in New York; Philadelphia; Las Vegas; Memphis; Upstate New York; Connecticut; Providence, RI.; and the Washington, D.C., suburbs.
T-Mobile has made considerable progress in the number of areas with faster mobile broadband and expects to continue this aggressive pace to deliver HSPA+ service in 100 major metropolitan areas with backhaul in place, covering 185 million people in the U.S. by the end of this year.