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T-Mobile Adds 5 More Cities to HSPA+ List

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Mar 10, 2011, 3:54 PM   by Eric M. Zeman

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+.

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Mar 14, 2011, 9:55 AM

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
bigjersey77 said:
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? 🤣

Mar 10, 2011, 4:13 PM

Why can't ATT...

Move this fast? 😕
Idk dude. They never announced were i live as 4g but i average around 4mbps but when i actually go to the 4g area they list i get 6 or a little higher average. How many cities att have covered soo far?
HSPA+ is deployed over AT&T's entire "3G" network footprint right now. The speeds are all dependent on the backhaul though. I can get 5+ Mbps on my device right now. In areas where the backhaul isn't there, I still am at like 1.5 Mbps.
I felt the same exact way 3 frinkin years ago,...I guess I have too high standards for ATT. . .so I left, almost a a full year ago.

And I won't consider going back to ATT cause I feel 2GB data plans render smartphones useless. There are quite a f...
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