T-Mobile launches 3G in Las Vegas

T-Mobile launches 3G in Las Vegas
After New York, now Las Vegas is the second market to get 3G AWS love by T-Mobile USA. The company also announced its plans to expand the 3G network to at least 20 additional markets by the end of the year. No exact names are given, but we’ve seen rumors about 26 other markets.

T-Mobile also announced that its first HSDPA phone will launch soon, “along with new and compelling data-centric, all-in-one devices” to take advantage of the 3G.

source: BusinessWire via MobileBurn



18. VZW Employee unregistered

Finally T-Mobile is making some moves to get some cool phones out there with better service. I wonder if the call quality is going to get better also...

15. Jack Eshelman unregistered

I think its really a waste for T-Mobile to be upgrading there towers and phones for 3G capability. Where the heck are they getting all this money from? There coverage area is horrible! AT&T should remain the only company with 3G...because AT&T is rated the best cell provider in America. AT&T gets millions more customers every year...in 2007. AT&T had 65 Million customers. Now in 2008 they have 75 Million. MORE THAN EVERY OTHER CELL PROVIDER! People get sick of Verizon's customer support and T-Mobile's and Sprints coverage area. SO THE POINT IS...T-MOBILE IS PULLING MONEY OUT OF THERE POOR BUTTS TO BUILD SOMETHING NO ONE WILL REALLY EVER USE CAUSE NO ONE IS FREAKING T-MOBILE!

16. unregistered

So, have long have you worked for AT&T? Do you like it there?

14. unregistered

Terrible - Mobile

12. unregistered

when is san antonio being put on the map?

11. unregistered

you can switch back and forse without contract extension as long as it is not apromotinal plan most are not

10. unregistered

ok people no one is forcing you to get tmo get verizon att whatever i am paying 49.99 for 3000 regional minutes= 63 including phone insurance the service improoved alot here in brooklyn i love tmo and also you can switch back and forse without contract extension and yeah as long as you make up a problem with your phone they replace it for you and give you 90 days warranty from replacement date so you can have a warranty forever new phone every 3 month (same one thou) and also now you can block all text messeges love tmo

13. unregistered

Yes, but T-Mobile does want more people to switch to them, yet they cannot hold up. THAT's why people are making such a big fuss.

8. unregistered

LOL... No u not

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6. unregistered

T-mobile's network is terrible. If they can improve that, believe me my friend they going to jack up their data and voice network like AT&T & vzw are. Basically, they are cheap because of their terrible network. THE WORST! Sorry : }

5. szaldana

Posts: 19; Member since: May 20, 2008

I think this is going to be a great addition to T-Mobile's network and for all of its customers. Hopefully they start to improve their voice network too.

3. unregistered

Yawn.... Does anyone still care about T-mobile's 3G?

4. unregistered

Yes. When you're paying only $39.99 for 1000 voice minutes per month like I am, and want fast data at only an extra $20/month (assuming they don't start charging more for their data), you stay interested. All other carriers are significantly more expensive.

9. C-Chicki unregistered

Because other carriers are able to provide that faster dataand wireless coverage on a wider scale. Thats why its more expensive

2. John Smith unregistered

What??????? Anyways, nothing says tacky like launching a product in Vegas. Congratulations, now I can see just how much money I lose at the table!

17. PDXMatt

Posts: 45; Member since: Feb 26, 2007

The service actually launched in NYC in May.

1. unregistered

whoohoo.. Now I can look up the girls website while she is dancing instead of waiting until I get home.

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