T-Mobile Adds 5 More Cities to HSPA+ List
T-Mobile today announced the addition of five new metropolitan regions to its footprint of markets served by HSPA+. Those markets include Des Moines, Iowa; Gainesville and Panama City, Fla; Monterey, Calif.; and Savannah, Ga. The new markets will support theoretical maximum downloads of 21Mbps (with the right wireless device), though real-world speeds are more apt to fall between 5Mbps and 12Mbps. According to T-Mobile, 157 markets now have access to HSPA+.
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.
YouTube TV Hits 12 More Markets
YouTube TV has expanded once again to 12 new markets around the country. The additional cities of Cleveland, Denver, Greensboro, Harrisburg, Hartford, Indianapolis, Kansas City, Milwaukee, Oklahoma City, Salt Lake City, San Diego, and St.
Sprint Lights Up 17 More Spark Markets
Sprint today launched its Spark service in 17 new markets scattered around the country. Spark uses three different spectrum bands to ensure the best possible LTE connection and speed.
Sprint Doubles LTE Plus Footprint
Sprint today said it has doubled the availability of its LTE Plus coverage from 77 markets in November to more than 150 markets today. Some of the new markets include Boulder, Colo., West Palm Beach, Fla., Cleveland, Ohio, and Syracuse, N.Y.
Verizon Expands XLTE to 6 More Markets
Verizon Wireless today marked the one-year anniversary of its XLTE service by expanding coverage to six additional markets. XLTE is now available in Marshalltown, Iowa; Madisonville and Owensboro, Ky.; Traverse City, Mich.; Meridian, Miss.; and Martinsville, Va.
oh thats so cute
t mobile adds 5 news citys and clams it 4g when all it is 3g with a cup of coffee in it
someone is mad they're stuck with an inferior network. would you care for some more hateraid sir?
Why can't ATT...
And I won't consider going back to ATT cause I feel 2GB data plans render smartphones useless. There are quite a f...