Baltimore, Houston and Washington, DC to the 4G (HSPA) network in 1900, the carrier said unlocked iPhones in these cities will run 70 percent faster on its network than AT & , T.
November 7, 2012 8:16 PM PST
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T-Mobile boosts its speed network in new towns an attempt to attract more customers iPhone. (Credit: Image composite by Joe Aimonetti)
“As part of our plan 4 billion to transform our network of T-Mobile continues to build experience 4G already fast and competitive in major metropolitan areas across the country by installing new equipment and retuning our airwaves 4G work with more devices, “T-Mobile USA Chief Technology Officer Neville Ray said in a one of the devices that the carrier particularly highlighted for the fastest 4G coverage is unlocked iPhone. According to T-Mobile customers with iPhones in these cities get a faster and cheaper than they would on AT & T.
“Our internal testing release iPhone 4S
running on 4G (HSPA +) network on our 1900 recorded average speeds 70 percent faster download faster than the iPhone 4S on AT & T network, “says Ray. Unlike AT & T, which is a vector Official iPhone, T-Mobile does not sell the product. Instead, it encourages customers to . Apparently, more than one million iPhones currently run on T-Mobile.
T-Mobile takes issue with AT & T because these two carriers are lagging behind other mobile service providers to offer 4G LTE. Instead, they tend to offer 4G (HSPA +), which according to them is <4G has to be called .
While T-Mobile has announced its intention to develop a 4G LTE network, it did not intend to start next year. By comparison, AT & T has 76 4G LTE markets covered, , and Verizon .
T-Mobile HSPA + network covers more than 220 million people in more than 200 markets, allowing T-Mobile to boast the largest 4G network in the country. But until now, it has only five cities – Baltimore, Houston, Washington, DC, Kansas City and Las Vegas – which 4G (HSPA +) network 1900
Carrier said he is currently working on adding Boston, Chicago, Los Angeles, Miami, Minneapolis, New York Metro Area, Philadelphia, San Francisco, San Diego, Seattle and 4G (HSPA +) 1900.