T-Mobile self-promotes its HSPA+ 42Mbps network in a video
A video made by the nation's fourth largest carrier explains how T-Mobile has increased its spectrum, expanded radio capacity and added more connections to the internet all in an effort to make its network more reliable. It all sounds good as far as T-Mobile customers are concerned. Of course, if the AT&T deal to purchase T-Mobile closes, the latter will eventually benefit from AT&T's LTE network. But right now, T-Mobile 4G users have to be happy with how the carrier is spending money on its network.
source: YouTube via TmoNews
1. GALAXY-S (Posts: 701; Member since: 07 Jun 2011)
nice move tmo! im already averaging 5-6mps downloads so this will be even better!!! :)
2. email@example.com (unregistered)
I think its great and all that T-Mobile is doing this. But I will be switching carriers soon I have T-Mobile a g2x and live in los Angeles, don't get me wrong T-Mobiles hspa+ network is extremely fast. But dam does reception suck inside buildings! My friend on her at&t infuse 4G always has service inside buildings, underground parking lots and elevators while I have no service. Atts data network is crap I admit its slow but I noticed reception on at&t is much better. And I know some people will probably get mad at me and be all like well u can use wifi inside buildings but if u live in La like me most buildings that have wifi are locked and it suckz cuz with at&t and Verizon u don't need wifi inside buildings cuz they actually get service.
3. GALAXY-S (Posts: 701; Member since: 07 Jun 2011)
i Shall stay here in PHX were my tmo service is perfect and ATT is actually pretty poor... its not necessarly inside buildings with Att, here the west side of town its pretty bad
.. i guess the way of were the tower is positiond and the geography of the area your in will affect the signal..
5. IamGodly42 (unregistered)
I average 11-12 MBPS down and 4.5 up every time on my Sensation 4g, Love You T-Mobile!
7. biscutbob (Posts: 82; Member since: 08 Jul 2011)
T-Mobile is really good and they have really good plans. Its too bad they will soon become AT&T..