T-Mobile’s HSPA+ 42 Now Covers More Cities, Adds AT&T Conversion To T-Mobile


T-Mobile is continuing pushing out their blazing fast HSPA+ 42. After March addition, Today, T-Mobile activated HSPA+ 42 in Fayetteville and Little Rock AR, Lake Charles LA and Springfield, MO. The company is also looking to free up space in another part of its spectrum that should finally allow iPhone users to run on its network at full speed.

Normally, because of the way T-Mobile’s network is built, AT&T devices can only take advantage of their 2G “Edge” network. Once we hit the later part of this year, it looks like all of that could change. T-Mobile’s planned $4 billion network upgrade has centered around its plans to launch LTE next year.

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