T-Mobile's LTE pipeline all set to roll in Vegas, and in Kansas City; carrier raises projections
200 million people covered by the end of the year. As we already pointed out, T-Mobile is rolling out its 4G service in the same order as when it refarmed its 1900MHz spectrum to HSPA+. That means that the order of T-Mobile's LTE launch should go: Las Vegas, Kansas City, Baltimore, Houston and Washington D.C. 142 million customers are now covered by 4G over that band with Orlando, Florida and Richmond, Virginia now part of that 1900MHz 4G coverage. Overall, 225 million T-Mobile subscribers are covered by the carrier's HSPA+ pipeline. Ah, yes, was it really nearly 27 months ago that the ITU said that HSPA+ was 4G?
The latest T-Mobile roadmap shows LTE phones allegedly being released by the carrier on March 27th including the Samsung Galaxy S III, which the rumor says will be re-launched as an LTE device for the carrier on that date. March 27th was also supposed to be the launch date for the LTE enabled BlackBerry Z10, although the Canadian manufacturer is now saying that its all-touch model is just a few weeks away from hitting the states. The Samsung GALAXY Note II is also just a software update away from supporting LTE for T-Mobile customers.
source: T-Mobile via AndroidAuthority
1. Bernoulli (limited) (Posts: 2586; Member since: 01 Sep 2012)
We t-mobile customers are the true winners here, release 10 equipment, LTE advanced, best of all, 20 $ for truly unlimited data, can I get an amen?
3. Berzerk000 (Posts: 4201; Member since: 26 Jun 2011)
Can't wait until it comes over to Florida
6. yyuu1000 (Posts: 158; Member since: 26 Jul 2012)
LTE in Los Angeles biggest market on the west cost
7. g2a5b0e (Posts: 3481; Member since: 08 Jun 2012)
I'm wondering when T-Mobile plans on releasing the LTE update to the Note II. It can't be a particularly difficult one to push out. I'll be annoyed if their LTE comes to my market & they haven't released it yet.
9. Berzerk000 (Posts: 4201; Member since: 26 Jun 2011)
They probably have it ready, they're just waiting for their LTE network to go live.