T-Mobile's CTO sees the carrier's first LTE market running in 2 to 3 weeks
T-Mobile will be the last of the four major U.S. carriers to build out an LTE network. Verizon has the service available in over 400 markets, followed by AT&T and Sprint. T-Mobile's new LTE customers should notice data speeds up to ten times faster than what they had been getting on 3G. T-Mobile will also be the recipient of LTE pipelines currently owned by MetroPCS when the merger between the two closes later this year.
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