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T-Mobile Lights Up More HSPA+ Markets

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May 3, 2011, 4:15 PM   by Eric M. Zeman   @phonescooper
updated May 3, 2011, 4:15 PM

Updated: typo

T-Mobile today announced via its official Twitter account that the markets of Ft. Myers, Fla,; Pueblo, Colo.; and Wilkes Barre-Scranton, Pa. have been upgraded to HSPA+ at 21Mbps. T-Mobile said 170 markets now have access to HSPA+.

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Vincent513

May 3, 2011, 7:25 PM

Why??

ALL FOR AT&T... THIS IS ODD IF I WERE T-MOBILE I WOULD WAIT UNTIL THIS MERGER GETS APPROVED OR NOT BEFORE THEY DO ANYMORE UPGRADES TO THEIR NETWORK... BECAUSE IF APPROVED AT&T WILL HAVE IT ALL...
They are two different companies, unless the buyout get approved.

Both companies have to carry on with their plans, like nothing is happening. If T-Mobile halted their plans to upgrade their network, launch phones, and rate plans, until an approva...
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Vincent513 said:
ALL FOR AT&T... THIS IS ODD IF I WERE T-MOBILE I WOULD WAIT UNTIL THIS MERGER GETS APPROVED OR NOT BEFORE THEY DO ANYMORE UPGRADES TO THEIR NETWORK... BECAUSE IF APPROVED AT&T WILL HAVE IT ALL...


Uh...
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UGGG!!! Do you understand what this whole at&t t-mobile merger is?? It will take a LONG time for this to get approved...about a year IF this even goes through. Do you expect t-mobile just to lay on its back and just give up and wait?? Both companyĆ¢ā‚...
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It's interesting that I still see ads for T-Mobile mocking AT&T.
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If T-Mobile did "wait until this merger gets approved or not," I'm pretty certain that would void any and all contracts with AT&T. AT&T has already admitted indirectly that it's cheaper to buy T-Mobile than to build/expand it's own LTE network. Any at...
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I definetly see your point. ATT wants to use Tmobile's 1700mhz spectrum for LTE, and they have stated they will dismantle tmobile's HSPA+ and move customers to their own 3G(pseudo 4g) network which runs at 850/1900mhz . Why is T-mobile building someth...
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