We’ve just gotten a press release from none other than T-Mobile, touting their HSPA+ network. According to a study done by an unidentified third party, T-Mo’s 4G network outperformed the other carriers in the top 100 U.S. cities. Not only did they outperform the others, but T-Mobile promises even FASTER speeds in the new year. They’re currently sitting at a theoretical (keyword: theoretical) 21Mbps, but they’re boasting that they’ll be bringing twice the speed in 2011, giving users a theoretical 42Mbps where coverage is available. We’re hoping that this time, anyone with an HSPA+ device will actually get close to the “theoretical” speeds.
Keep in mind that T-Mobile did commit to a 4G tablet in 2011. Can you imagine a 4G Galaxy Tab with 42Mbps? You can check out the full press release below. So what do you think about all this? Surprised that T-Mobile outdid Verizon’s LTE network? Don’t think they’ll come through with the faster speeds? Sound off in the comments below. We look forward to hearing from you!