T-Mobile's first LTE HotSpot revealed in press image
Las Vegas would be blanketed by T-Mobile's 4G LTE signal in "two to three weeks". Maybe our math skills aren't what they once were, but that means that T-Mobile's first LTE market should have been up and running before Groundhog's Day, not to mention Valentine's Day and Lincoln's Birthday. The carrier is said to be testing its second LTE market, Kansas City. But how about getting the first market launched, guys?
The press image reveals the Sonic 2.0 to have a number of indicator lights, enough to give the user all of the information needed to make sure that he or she has a solid 4G LTE connection. Now all T-Mobile needs is the LTE network, which it seems to be falling behind on.
1. yyuu1000 (Posts: 153; Member since: 26 Jul 2012)
i am not updating my nexus 4 for that launch it
2. belovedson (Posts: 832; Member since: 30 Nov 2010)
once you use lte with unlim data you will never go back and no matter what the phone you have
3. jroc74 (Posts: 5396; Member since: 30 Dec 2010)
This I agree with. I have 3 lines....one unlimited, one 10GB and one 2GB.
The 10GB line uses at least 50% about halfway thru the billing cycle on a regular basis. I honestly believe 2GB isnt enough for a smartphone. 10GB is barely enough. Thats if you actually use the features of your phone, available to your phone.
All thats used on the 10GB line is Netflix, web browsing, Youtube, games with network/online features.. Maybe streaming music.
It also depends on what else you have as entertainment. The 10GB line....the person using it doesnt have home internet or cable..... I have that and a PS3 and 360. I have unlimited...and barely go over 2GB now.
They do have a Wii U too.
4. lolioslol (banned) (Posts: 182; Member since: 10 Dec 2012)
Cellular data plans for phones are not and never were intended to replace home internet service.
5. johnbftl (Posts: 264; Member since: 09 Jun 2012)
once you have an LTE network you can say goodbye to those unlimited data plans