T-Mobile’s 4G Hits Another 8 Metro Markets, Brings Total to 80

T-Mobile continues to expand their 4G network as they push towards their goal of blanketing 200 million users by the end of the year.  As of today, T-Mobile’s HSPA+ network is in 80 metro markets thanks to the carrier flipping the switch on eight new markets. As many of you know, T-Mobile recently decided to brand this network as 4G, which set off a firestorm of web activity and advertising campaigns. Say whatever you want, call it whatever you want. All we care is that it’s fast. Looking ahead to next year, T-Mobile plans to bump speeds up to 42Mbps for you data heavy users!

New metro markets with T-Mobile’s 4G speeds:

  • Detroit, Michigan
  • Grand Junction, Colorado
  • Harlingen, Texas
  • Lafayette, Indiana
  • South Bend, Indiana
  • Montgomery, Alabama
  • Roanoke-Lynchburg, Virginia
  • Youngstown, Ohio

If you want to check to see how things are going be sure to hit up T-Mobile’s coverage map.

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  1. Ray
    November 23, 13:47 Reply

    Awesome, but I can’t even get 3g.

  2. Ronell
    November 23, 13:52 Reply

    I see conflicting reports re extra charges for using T-Mobile’s 4G.

    I’m currently paying $79.99+tax for 3G (fully owned Nexus One) on their Even More Plus Unlimited Talk + Text + Web plan. Would the monthly bill stay the same if I got one of their 4G phones (full price/non-subsidized)?

    And also, do they currently charge for tethering on the 4G phones?

  3. Todd
    November 26, 21:11 Reply

    You know where this commercial series is going, right? Cute girl, cute guy. The guy is the iPhone, the other guy is AT&T. The girl is supposed to be the MyTouch 4g, but she must also be the T-Mobile network. In the last episode, they’ll forget that she was the MyTouch and she’ll just be the network, and they’ll get married, representing the iPhone coming to T-Mobile.

  4. MrH
    November 27, 02:47 Reply

    Ronell>> Yes, your plan will stay the same price. Don’t put it down until ya know…

  5. MrH
    November 27, 02:47 Reply

    14.99 for unlimited tethering.

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