T-Mobile's "Data-Strong" LTE now live in Cincinnati

Today, T-Mobile has announced that users in Cincinnati will be able to make use of its 4G LTE service. T-Mo says the coverage is in and around the metro area and that, to make use of T-Mo's LTE, customers will need to have a device compatiple with LTE Band II (1900MHz).

The move is yet another part of the un-carrier's push to expand its data coverage and provide some of the Internet speeds on US soil. The announced list of covered areas is this:

  • Blue Ash
  • Cincinnati Zoo
  • Cincinnati/Northern Kentucky Airport
  • Fairfield
  • Hamilton
  • Mason
  • Norwood
  • Paul Brown Stadium
  • Great American Ballpark
  • University of Cincinnati
  • Covington, Kentucky
  • Among many others

T-Mobile also reminded customers about its limited time family-plan offer, which allows unlimited talk, text, and 2.5 GB per line for plans with 4 lines or more, for $100 per month until 2016 (regular plan is limited to 1 GB at max speed).

source: T-Mobile via TmoNews



1. Rydsmith unregistered

About damn time. The last metropolitan area that didn't have it thanks to Cincinnati Bell.

2. Pattyface

Posts: 1658; Member since: Aug 20, 2014

Ha I live in Cincinnati. Still not switching to tmobile

3. PapaSmurf

Posts: 10457; Member since: May 14, 2012

Why not? Test drive it for 14 days and if you don't like it you get your money back.

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