The U.S. cellular carrier, T-Mobile today revealed that they are expending their services into even more markets, as well as adding more top data speeds in more areas. They claim to be the “Largest 4G network”, and in the U.S. they are now available in 208 different markets, which covers more than 200 people within the U.S.
The biggest markets that are treated to T-Mobiles 4G HSPA+ network is mostly towns with colleges that are home to larger universities. It was launched by T-Mobile of a network that should of received a theoretical top speed of 21 Mbps in these following markets:
-Oregon (Oregon State University), Corvallis, Medford, Bend.
-Holland and Kalamazoo, Michigan (Western Michigan).
-Peoria and Decatur, Illinois (Bradley, Robert Morris, and many others).
-Evansville, Indiana (Southern Indiana).
-Santa Barbara, California (UC-Santa Barbara).
-State College, Pennsylvania (Penn State)
-Yuba City, California
The areas have been expanded by T-Mobile aswell, which where can users can reach their theoretical speeds topping 42Mbps. Which is granted, a theoretical blown out of proportion from actual speeds, though the data speeds in this area will still be faster than any other market with HSPA+ services. (Also you should be aware that the smartphones that are used on T-Mobiles own network in local conditions can and will influence speeds of data). Stronger speeds that have a solid portfolio have not yet been good enough start off a tide of the customer exodus, though T-Mobile just keeps trucking as the world just waits for AT&T to buy out T-Mobile. The markets that are launched today with HSPA+ 42 services are in some areas that include:
-Medford, Bend, Oregon.
-Brenton Harbor, Michigan.
-Springfield Illinois, Bloomington, Champaign-Urbana.
-Yuba City, California.