> T-Mobile Rolls Out “4G” Network To 6 Additional Cities, Sticks It To AT&T
T-Mobile Rolls Out “4G” Network To 6 Additional Cities, Sticks It To AT&T
There was much celebration this morning when T-mobile fired up their 4G network in an further 6 US cities.
Residents of Chicago, Ill.; Colorado Springs, Colo.; Ft. Wayne, Ind.; Louisville, Ky.; and Raleigh-Durham and Wilmington, N.C were heard to let out audible cries of joy when the download speeds on their HSPA+ handsets reached peak speeds of nearly 12mbps and average speeds of 5mbps.
To celebrate this, T-mobile will release their latest HSPA+ handset, the myTouch 4G, tomorrow, alongside a Dell Mini 10 HSPA+ compatible netbook.
Click through for the new 4G commercial from T-Mo.
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