Newsbrief by Andrew Kameka on Friday September 13, 2013.
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When T-Mobile officially turned on its 4G LTE network in July, America's fourth-placed carrier instantly became its third-place provider of LTE. T-Mobile has widened the gap between it and Sprint, still working to recover from its delayed network enhancement, and inched closer to larger rival AT&T. T-Mobile was available in 116 markets reaching 150 million people on July 10. Two months later, the network now reaches more than 180 million people in 154 markets. A complete list of T-Mobile's currently available markets is available here. Service does not cover all areas of a specific market, and network speeds and reliability will vary by location.via: Tmo News