T-Mobile starts tests of its HSPA 7.2Mbps network

T-Mobile starts tests of its HSPA 7.2Mbps network
We´ve got good news for all customers of T-Mobile! It seems the carrier is preparing to launch the new HSPA 7.2Mbps network and if everything goes according to plan, it should be operational by the end of 2009. The guys with AndroidandMe say they have been receiving reports from people across the country that indicate increased connectivity speed indeed. Two of the most credibly looking results relate to the average download speed in New York and Chicago that, as customers claim, is currently 3.8Mb/s and 5.4Mb/s respectively. Unfortunately, the carrier has not announced when the new network gets deployed officially. In case you notice changes or improvements, please, do share your opinion in the comments below.

source: AndroidandMe



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