On Monday, October 27th, T-Mobile achieved something truly exciting. Their LTE network services now reach 250 million people within the United States. T-Mobile has been working towards this goal for quite some time and they have successfully reached it way ahead of time. This means big things for a carrier of such high stance within the industry.
In the near future, the company can now expect to gain more coverage, and quick. They now plan to cover 280 million Americans with 4G LTE network service by mid-2015 and 300 million by the end of 2015. These goals are ambitious but the company is clearly capable of more than even they assumed.
Wondering how they plan on doing this? It is all about enforcing LTE on all spectrums. T-Mobile’s network and spectrum capabilities surpass others. They are determined to bring LTE to their 700 MHz and 1900 MHz PCS spectrum and AWS spectrum. This will start in many major cities nationwide, including Philadelphia, Chicago, Atlanta, and Washington, D.C., as well as more. T-Mobile has also gained a low-band 700 MHz A-Block spectrum that they plan on infiltrating into their pre-established network. This will aid in enhancing 4G LTE network coverage.
T-Mobile is currently focusing on a wide range of specific areas across the U.S. San Francisco – and many other Californian cities – is getting faster download speeds that will reach around 21 Mbps. On the East coast, T-Mobile is advancing Connecticut’s main cities’ LTE network service. By using Wideband LTE in 19 U.S. markets, as well as various planned out strategies, T-Mobile is highly determined to reach their objectives for the 2015-year end.
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