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T-Mobile Ratchets Up to 42Mbps in 55 Markets

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May 23, 2011, 11:00 PM   by Eric M. Zeman   @phonescooper
updated May 23, 2011, 10:25 PM

T-Mobile USA today announced a significant expansion of its 42Mbps HSPA+ network footprint to a total of 55 markets. A handful of the new markets includes: Atlanta, Ga.; Chicago, Ill.; Denver, Colo.; Detroit, Mich.; Dallas and Houston, Texas; Los Angeles, Calif.; Miami, Fla.; New Orleans, La.; Phoenix, Ariz.; Pittsburgh, Pa.; Portland, Ore.; and San Francisco, Calif., among others. In addition to the speed increase, T-Mobile is also offering its first product capable of achieving those maximum speeds, the T-Mobile Rocket 3.0, a new laptop stick, which costs $99.99 after rebate with a new contact, or $199.99 without a contract. T-Mobile said that its 4G network reaches more than 200 million Americans in 170 markets. By mid-year, T-Mobile expects that more than 150 million Americans will have access to increased 4G speeds as T-Mobile upgrades its 4G network.

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Eric M. Zeman

May 24, 2011, 6:14 AM

Full list of new markets

Albany, Ga.; Athens, Ga.; Atlanta, Ga.; Auburn, Ala.; Augusta, Ga.; Austin, Texas; Bentonville, Ark.; Boulder, Colo.; Chattanooga, Tenn.; Chicago, Ill.; Dallas, Texas; Deltona-Daytona Beach-Ormond Beach, Fla.; Denver, Colo.; Detroit, Mich.; Durham, N.C.; El Paso, Texas; Fort Collins, Colo.; Gainesville, Fla.; Gainesville, Ga.; Greeley, Colo.; Honolulu, Hawaii; Houston, Texas; Jacksonville, Fla.; Long Island, N.Y.; Los Angeles-Long Beach-Santa Ana, Calif.; Macon, Ga.; Mayaguez, Puerto Rico; Miami, Fla.; New Orleans, La.; Oklahoma City, Okla.; Olympia, Wash.; Omaha, Neb.; Oxnard-Thousand Oaks-Ventura, Calif.; Phoenix, Ariz.; Pittsburgh, Pa.; Ponce, Puerto Rico; Portland, Ore.; Salinas, Calif.; San Francisco-Oakland-Fremont, Calif.; San Jose-Su...
I am not buying this aquisition of T-mobile by AT&T, T-mobile is doing too much expansion and upgrading to just lose it all in a year or so and have to change to a completely different network.
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