T-Mobile Adds New Cities to its HSPA+ Network
By Fred Salva

It is a common fact that Verizon has the biggest and the fastest growing LTE network in the USA. But, it doesnít mean that other top carriers in the USA are not doing anything to make things better. For example, T-Mobile has announced that it's expanded its HSPA+ network to cover even more cities which, of course, should make people who live in those areas happy cause now they can update their Twitter and Facebook updates faster. To the already existing list of HSPA+ capable territories, T-mobile added Little Rock, Arkansas; Hattiesburg, Mississippi; Springfield, Missouri and Madison, Wisconsin. Also, in the closest future T-mobile plans to start its own LTE network and this, by all means, is one the best decision so far. The mobile carrier has partnered with Ericsson and Nokia Siemens to develop an LTE network in 2013. Well, this should have been done at the first place when Verizon did it but itís better late than never.






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