T-Mobile's 3G service now available in parts of Texas and Florida

T-Mobile's 3G service now available in parts of Texas and Florida
Being one of the last major domestic carriers to get into the 3G scene, T-Mobile has been quietly expanding their service around the country. Today brings even more joyful news as residents located in Florida and Texas are expected to receive some much needed love. So if you've held off on getting a new phone because there's no 3G service in your area, now is probably the best time. The cities in Florida that are getting the upgrade are Lakeland,  Sarasota, Spring Hill, Bradenton, and Weeki Wachee. As far as Texas goes, it looks like residents of Bryan, Galveston, Beaumont, and College Station can rejoice. If you currently live in those areas and own a T-Mobile 3G enabled device, you're probably making the best out of it right now.

via TmoNews



1. vzw fanman

Posts: 1977; Member since: Dec 11, 2008

well i'm glad tmo is stepping up their game.

2. Arielnyc2006 unregistered

Yep, especially with the upcoming blackberry onyx and others.

3. Fanboys Suck

Posts: 609; Member since: Dec 12, 2008

Yeah, honestly. They are apparently really good outside the U.S., it's good to see them come up and really improve themselves. This will be a good thing... competition!

4. yourmom07

Posts: 66; Member since: Apr 07, 2009


5. vzwfann15

Posts: 16; Member since: Jun 10, 2009

T-Mobile is pretty good, obviously better than Sprint as far as coverage and phone selection. It's surprising how they were the last major network to roll out a 3G. They have really been making a name for themselves in the past few years.

6. bronxbomber

Posts: 82; Member since: Apr 10, 2009

vzwfann15=dumbass.... tmobile better than sprint? are you serious, look at your comment, " the last major network to roll out a 3G" i want to know how does that make them better than sprint and the phone selection? ok i give them the new sidekick and the G1 is ok but what else. now dont get me wrong i am also glad to see tmobile getting better and is great for the customers, i am sure they will be happier w/ the faster speeds and better coverage. but they have to realiaze everyone else is already made moves to 4g/wimax and LTE.

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