Apr 05 AT 10:42 AM Edgar Cervantes 3 Comments

T-Mobile gives 4G action to 10 more cities

While AT&T’s acquisition of T-Mobile is pending, the “largest 4G network” still seems to be in the works, and yes, is still growing. Today, T-Mobile has announced that their 4G HSPA+ network would come to 10 new cities; Ames, IA; Anderson, IN; Battle Creek, Benton Harbor, and Jackson, MI; Fort Collins-Loveland, CO; Lawrence and Manhattan, KS; Springfield, IL; and Wichita Falls, TX.

Just in case that was not enough good news for you, T-Mobile’s 4G network is not only expanding, but also improving. 4G speeds will be doubled in 25 markets by mid-2011, allowing for downloads of up to 42 stunning┬áMbps, starting with Vegas, New York, and Orlando.

Though T-Mobile has always been a bit bullied by the bigger brothers, these are definitely no baby┬ásteps, especially right before a possible acquisition. Such speeds would leave Verizon’s “fastest 4G network” quite a bit behind, but of course, theoretical speeds are to be taken with a grain of salt. We will have to wait and see if the network actually meets such expectations, and also, what happens to T-Mobile down the road. In the meanwhile, enjoy your brand new 4G speeds!

Via: Phandroid

Source: TmoNews

Hello, I am Edgar Cervantes. I am an avid Android fan, and keeping myself updated on the topic is part of my daily life. I will always work hard to give the best of me to our community of Android enthusiasts, and I am very honored to be part of this ship. Hopefully we can all enjoy sharing our knowledge and opinions!

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  • http://Website MT3G

    WTF where is Dallas?? Why is little old Wichita Falls getting it before us?

    • http://Website Austin

      Agreed! You could sell way more phones to a highly populated city if they knew 4g was there. How do they think they are growing by only going to smaller cities where some people don’t even care about 4g.

  • JackkiH

    I wonder what will happen if ATT actually buys T-Mobile??

  1. MT3GGuest 4 years ago

    WTF where is Dallas?? Why is little old Wichita Falls getting it before us?

    • AustinGuest 4 years ago

      Agreed! You could sell way more phones to a highly populated city if they knew 4g was there. How do they think they are growing by only going to smaller cities where some people don’t even care about 4g.

  2. I wonder what will happen if ATT actually buys T-Mobile??