We called this one last month, but T-Mobile has officially kicked off their new marketing campaign to promote “America’s largest 4G network”.
Tonight T-Mobile started airing their new TV ad, announced 4G speeds for six new markets, and announced their first 4G netbook, the Dell Inspiron Mini 10 4G. New cities covered with HSPA+ ... Read More »
Today T-Mobile announced that their HSPA+ network has expanded to 100 million Americans in more than 55 major metropolitan areas and they plan to double its speed in 2011.
New markets that were launched today include Boston, Mass.; Erie, Penn.; Fresno, Palm Springs and San Diego, Calif.; Miami, Fla.; Richmond, Va.; Spokane, Wash.; and Topeka, ... Read More »
Today, T-Mobile announced their super-fast mobile broadband network has expanded to more than 85 million Americans (more than Sprint’s 4G). The new HSPA+ network offers max download speeds, 21 Mbps, that are double Sprint’s 4G WiMAX and the technology is also backwards compatible with 16 of T-Mobile’s current 3G devices, which includes their entire Android ... Read More »
T-Mobile is rapidly expanding their new HSPA+ network and plans to cover more markets than Sprint’s 4G by the end of 2010. The high-speed network offers “4G speeds”, but T-Mobile has decided to keep referring to it as a 3G network. This is sure to confuse most customers because we are likely to end up ... Read More »