T-Mobile announced new 3G markets

T-Mobile announced new 3G markets
In what is most likely preparation for the launch of the G1, T-Mobile on Friday announced the launch of new 3G markets. According to the press release, Sacramento, California launched last week, and Memphis, Tennessee and Tampa, Florida will be blanketed in 3G goodness this week. Additionally, Washington, D.C. will launch by late November, bringing the service to 120 major US cities by the end of the year. In a statement, the senior vice president of Engineering and Operations, said that the 3G expansion will continue.

According to the press release, T-Mobile's UMTS/HSDPA service can surf at a speed of up to 1 Mbps, and a complete list of the 3G markets can be found at http://www.t-mobile.com/coverage.

source: T-Mobile



5. unregistered

lol what a joke! When you look up the map the red dot that tells you what city it is are bigger around then their so called 3g network

6. unregistered

What MAP are you looking at?????

4. unregistered

are they converting old towers or building new ones?

3. CasioMobiPlan unregistered

Well different areas allow T-Mobile to launch their 3G network and other areas are not ready for the approval to do so its too complicated to explain @ the moment because I can go on and on but for now the 3G network is limited to certain areas remember nothing is FREE $$ TALKS

2. cartman unregistered

The list looks padded. For example, it says it has service in Irving, TX, Garland, TX, and Arlington, TX, but those cities (suburbs) are part of the Dallas-Ft.Worth Area. So, either the list is padded, or other suburbs not mentioned don't have 3G service.

1. cartman unregistered

120 major cities? are you sure?

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