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T-Mobile 4G LTE now available in these 116 markets, reaches 157 million people


News by Andrew Kameka on Wednesday July 10, 2013.

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Though T-Mobile US was the last of the major carriers to begin deploying 4G LTE service, the fourth-place network today made a massive jump into the competition by launching 4G LTE in areas that reach almost half of the total U.S. population.

At a special press event in New York City, T-Mobile officially launched its 4G LTE network in 116 markets. Throwing darts at its nearest competitor Sprint, T-Mobile CTO Neville Ray said T-Mobile is launching "where it matters most" and starting in major markets with the most people rather than the small and markets that Sprint has so far favored. Beginning today, service will be available in major markets including New York City, San Francisco, Minneapolis, Detroit, Phoenix, Los Angeles, and dozens more. A full list of markets available as of today is available below.

T-Mobile says that it now has its eyes set on reaching more than 200 million people by the end of the year. Today's launches pushes the company to 73 of the Top 100 markets and reaches more than 157 million people. Average speeds range from 10 to 20 Mbps downloads.


Alabama
- Birmingham
- Decatur
- Huntsville
- Mobile
- Montgomery
- Tuscaloosa
Arizona
- Phoenix
- Tucson
Arkansas
- Little Rock
California
- Bakersfield
- Fresno
- Los Angeles
- Modesto
- Napa
- Oakland
- Oxnard
- Riverside
- Sacramento
- Salinas
- San Diego
- San Francisco
- San Jose
- San Rafael
- Santa Ana
- Santa Barbara
- Santa Cruz
- Santa Rosa
- Stockton
- Vallejo-Fairfield
Colorado
- Boulder
- Denver
Connecticut
- Bridgeport
- New Haven
Florida
- Jacksonville
- Lakeland
- Miami
- Orlando
- Sarasota
- Tallahassee
- Tampa
- West Palm Beach
Georgia
- Atlanta
- Gainesville
- Savannah
Hawaii
- Honolulu
Illinois
- Chicago
- Indiana
- Indianapolis
Kansas
- Kansas City
- Lawrence
- Wichita
Kentucky
- Lexington
Louisiana
- Lafayette
- New Orleans
Maryland
- Baltimore
Massachusetts
- Boston
- Cambridge
Michigan
- Ann Arbor
- Detroit
- Warren
Minnesota
- Minneapolis
Nevada
- Las Vegas
- Reno
New Jersey
- Atlantic City
- Newark
New Mexico
- Albuquerque
New York
- Albany
- Binghamton
- Buffalo
- Nassau
New York
- Rochester
- Syracuse
North Carolina
- Charlotte
- Durham
- Greensboro
- Raleigh
- Winston-Salem
Ohio
- Akron
- Cleveland
- Columbus
- Dayton
Oklahoma
- Bartlesville
- Oklahoma City
- Tulsa
Oregon
- Portland
- Salem
Pennsylvania
- Erie
- Philadelphia
- Pittsburgh
Puerto Rico
- MayagŁez
- Ponce
- San Juan
Rhode Island
- Providence
South Carolina
- Charleston
- Greenville
- Spartanburg
Tennessee
- Memphis
- Nashville
Texas
- Austin
- College Station
- Dallas
- El Paso
- Fort Worth
- Houston
- San Antonio
Utah
- Ogden
- Provo
- Salt Lake City
Virginia
- Richmond
- Virginia Beach
Washington
- Bellingham
- Kennewick
- Mount Vernon
- Seattle
- Spokane
Washington, D.C.
- Washington, D.C.

 
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