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T-Mobile rolls out its HSPA+ network for eight more metro areas on November 23

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T-Mobile rolls out its HSPA+ network for eight more metro areas on November 23
Carriers diss each other in commercial ads week-in, week-out, making a lot of bold claims in the process. The fourth-largest US carrier is not behind the pack in that aspect and, for some time, it has been claiming to possess "America's largest 4G network". T-Mobile is obviously taking a lot of pride from this statement and is doing its best to prove that it's true, so fittingly the carrier announced that it is adding eight more metro areas to its HSPA+ network on November 23.

These metro areas are Detroit, MI, Grand Junction, CO, Harlingen, TX, Lafayette, IN, Montgomery, AL, Roanoke-Lynchburg, VA, South Bend, IN and Youngstown, OH. Now the subscribers in these areas have the chance to feel the 4G-branded speeds of T-Mobile, which is, no doubt, a delightful early Christmas present for these good folks. If you live in the above-mentioned metro areas and you are a T-Mobile subscriber, please, tell us what kind of speeds you are able to achieve. For all of you who want to focus on the 3G/4G linguistic dispute, go that way for more info.

source: TmoNews

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posted on 23 Nov 2010, 10:00 1

1. cjerel313 (Posts: 1; Member since: 23 Nov 2010)


About time a carrier has 4g in Detroit. Still waiting for Sprint 4g though :-(

posted on 23 Nov 2010, 16:20

2. zerglisk (Posts: 544; Member since: 09 Feb 2010)


4G speed instead of 4G technology.

posted on 23 Nov 2010, 20:10 1

3. Galen20K (Posts: 517; Member since: 26 Dec 2008)


well neither are the first gen LTE or WiMax, so what's your point.

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