T-Mobile Reportedly Testing LTE In Nine Major US Cities

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T-Mobile is just days away from their March 26 event in New York and aside from hearing more about their UNcarrier plans, there may also be talk about 4G LTE hitting more cities. Thanks to OpenSignal, it appears that T-Mobile has been testing LTE in nine different cities which are Seattle, Denver, Las Vegas, New Orleans, New York, San Diego, Kansas City, and San Jose/Bay Area. In early testing, speeds have been very solid with 25Mbps down and 8Mbps up. Unfortunately, unless you have the Galaxy Note II, S 4 (lucky you), S III, or the S II HD LTE, you won’t experience LTE speeds until T-Mobile makes the networks live for everyone.

Source: OpenSignal

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  • Richard Yarrell

    Yes sir T-Mobile has been testing LTE here in New York City for weeks. If it doesn’t launch with the other expected cities on March 26th then it’s not to far behind. The update to the Galaxy Note 2 4.1.2 has went down very well without any hitches and has given the Note 2 even better battery life than when launched. can’t wait for that LTE in New York City. Like or not T-Mobile will be doing MAJOR THINGS in 2013.

  • http://www.facebook.com/anthony.myles.758 Anthony Myles

    Thought the tmo S3 wasn’t compatible with lte. I’m in the New Orleans area and I’m still getting an average of 10 down which is normal for me.