Does your city have T-Mobile's HSPA+ network?
As we recently reported, T-Mobile has just added 25 markets with another 50 coming soon. Some of those cities that are in the latter category include Miami, Phoenix, San Francisco, Denver, Chicago, Boston and more. Would you like to know if your city is currently getting HSPA+ or is due to receive it by year's end? Simply head to the source link and check out the map. And if your city is not one of the lucky ones, you can always move.
source: T-Mobile via AndroidandMe
1. baldilocks (Posts: 639; Member since: 14 Dec 2008)
T-Mobile doesn't even have COVERAGE where I live, let alone HSPA+
2. omarc26 (Posts: 360; Member since: 05 Dec 2009)
well i live in LOS angeles were we do have hspa+ and i can say its muuuuuch faster than my time warner broadband connection at home . with time warner i only get 9-10 mbps . with the t-mobile web connect rocket i get 13-17 mbps its insane how fast it is ...
3. ummnosorry (Posts: 2; Member since: 18 Jun 2010)
try getting those speeds the second you step outside the area. t mobile's coverage sucks
4. CHEFJEFF (Posts: 143; Member since: 22 Sep 2009)
Don't like GSM based carriers. Yeah their networks maybe faster under optimal conditions, but if you step out of that sweet spot your coverage goes from great to nothing! It's just too spotty for me, I need coverage everywhere, but sometimes it's like you just stepped into a lead vault the way your signal drops.
6. CandiceADAMS (unregistered)
When you're in the corner and have no money to move out from that, you would need to receive the loans. Because that should aid you for sure. I take student loan every time I need and feel great because of it.