T-Mobile Expands HSPA+ to Boston, San Diego, Others
T-Mobile today announced another expansion of its HSPA+ data network. The new markets covered include: Boston, Mass.; Erie, Penn.; Fresno, Palm Springs and San Diego, Calif.; Miami, Fla.; Richmond, Va.; Spokane, Wash.; and Topeka, Kan. According to T-Mobile, 15 of its devices can access the improved data speeds offered by HSPA+, which has a theoretical max of 21Mbps. T-Mobile said it will continue to expand its HSPA+ footprint through the rest of the year and expects to have 200 million Americans covered by December 31. T-Mobile also said that it plans to double its HSPA+ speeds to 42Mbps in 2011.
Verizon Debuts Global Jetpack with LTE-A and Support for 15 Connected Devices
Verizon Wireless this week announced the MiFi 7730L Jetpack, a global mobile hotspot that provides wireless access to WiFi devices in the U.S. and around the world.
T-Mobile Updates Coverage Map with Customer Data
T-Mobile today unveiled a new coverage map that it claims is far more accurate than the maps offered by its competitors. T-Mobile is populating the map with data generated by its own customers.
Sprint LTE and Spark Footprints Continue to Grow
Sprint today launched LTE service in 24 new markets and Spark service in an additional 24 markets. The company's LTE footprint now reaches 270 million POPs, while its Spark footprint reaches 125 million POPs.
T-Mobile Cutting HSPA+ from Its AWS Spectrum
T-Mobile is more aggressively transitioning its HSPA+/UMTS service from its 1700 MHz AWS-1 spectrum to its 1900 MHz PCS spectrum. Moving HSPA+ service to 1900 MHz clears up more room in the 1700 MHz band for LTE.
It's about friggin time
I mean.. come on.... this is qualcomm country... we should be first with all the nextgen network stuff....
Wow.... It's taking everyone a lot of time to get good 3g and any 4g in San Diego...
Hey, it could be worse - when I'm at home, I'm stuck on GSM. No EDGE or 3G in my area. I'm tired of waiting for e...