T-Mobile’s 4G Network Expanding To Eight More Metro Areas

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T-Mobile has announced that its’ 4G mobile broadband network is expanding further, as eight more metropolitan areas will now have access to 4G speeds. Those metro areas include:

  • Detroit, Michigan
  • Grand Junction, Colorado
  • Harlingen, Texas
  • Lafayette, Indiana
  • South Bend, Indiana
  • Montgomery, Alabama
  • Roanoke-Lynchburg, Virginia
  • Youngstown, Ohio

T-Mobile points out that they are now delivering 4G speeds in over 80 metro areas in America, and has plans to reach 200 million by the end of 2010 – “with plans to move to faster speeds (42Mbps) in 2011.”

So T-Mobile customers, if you’re in these areas with a 4G device, enjoy your new found speed. Just be sure to come back and let us know what you think about it. Full press release below! [spoiler]Bellevue, Wash. — Nov. 23, 2010 PST

T-Mobile today announced the expansion of its 4G mobile broadband network to eight additional metro areas including Detroit, Mich.; Grand Junction, Colo.; Harlingen, Texas; Lafayette and South Bend, Ind.; Montgomery, Ala.; Roanoke-Lynchburg, Va. and Youngstown, Ohio.

With typical download speeds that are on par with or faster than competing 4G technologies, T-Mobile customers with the latest 4G devices in more than 80 metropolitan areas around the country can now enjoy blazing fast Web browsing, seamless video streaming and quicker downloads at no additional cost. Continuing the aggressive expansion of our 4G network, T-Mobile is on pace to expand its HSPA+ footprint to reach 200 million people by the end of this year – with plans to move to faster speeds (42Mbps) in 2011. [/spoiler]

[source link=”http://press.t-mobile.com/articles/t-mobile-network-expansion/”]T-Mobile[/source]

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