Dallas and Houston, Texas;
Los Angeles, Calif.;
New Orleans, La.;
San Francisco, Calif.
"While customers with existing 3G and 4G devices will benefit from our continued network enhancements, new devices like the new Rocket 3.0 laptop stick will enable customers to reap the benefits of even faster 4G speeds," Neville Ray, CTO at T-Mo said.
There are no handsets that support the blazing fast speed just yet, but the carrier lifts the curtain over the T-Mobile Rocket 3.0, an HSPA+ capable laptop stick and the first one to support 42Mbps.
The portable broadband laptop modem will be available tomorrow online and in-stores for $99.99 after a $50 mail-in rebate with a qualifying plan including 2GB of data or more, while off-contract it will set you back $199.99. It is also backwards compatible with 3G, EDGE and Wi-Fi, while its microSD card slot allows you to carry as much as 32GB of additional data. The Rocket 3.0 comes with in a swivel USB form factor with three changeable faceplates - cobalt blue, dark violet and matte black.