Mar 19 2014, 6:25am CDT | by Sumayah Aamir
T-Mobile sure is making waves in America. It is the best deal for people wanting mobile services. And as a carrier it offers a lot of benefits. A series of iconoclastic steps taken by the platform has virtually transformed the landscape of the communications industry in the West.
The Un-carrier has launched new programs and projects that are related to LTE technology and its corollaries. It’s been 365 days and so far T-Mobile has a span that encompasses 210 million people and 273 metropolitan regions in the United States.
Today, it is taking the extra step of rolling out its 4G LTE service in tandem with the 2G/EDGE network. Half the problem will get solved by the end of 2014. The rest will hopefully get resolved within a further six months. The expansion of 4G LTE technology to a wider audience will prove to be a boon for the telecommunications revolution which is still in its heyday.
"Right now, T-Mobile covers 96 percent of Americans, and over the past year, we've completely shattered records with the fastest 4G LTE deployment the U.S. wireless industry has ever seen." said John Legere, president and CEO of T-Mobile. "Our competitors want you to believe our network doesn't measure up. But that just isn't true. And American consumers are going to see right through the spin and half-truths when given the facts."
The further utilization of 4G LTE in the 700 MHz-A Block spectrum is also good news since the by-now famous company is about to acquire this facility. At present, more than 95% US citizens employ the valuable services of T-Mobile.
"Through this major new network upgrade program, and other initiatives already underway, we're driving hard toward our multi-billion dollar strategy to further improve what is already an amazing network experience for our customers," said Neville Ray, Chief Technology Officer for T-Mobile. "Our 4G LTE is going to reach 230 million people across the U.S. by mid-year. By year's end, we're going to be delivering wicked-fast 4G LTE to more than 250 million people. That's how the Un-carrier rolls out 4G LTE."
It is the #1 network and there is no one that can challenge that fact. Past records have been broken by this model firm that has introduced 4G LTE technology where it previously didn’t exist. The hard workers of the company are doing all they can to provide its customers with the best services possible. And the designs of other companies are being countered by the advertising department of the organization.
Especially ads portraying T-Mobile in a negative manner (such as those made by Verizon) are being foiled by the company’s own publicity campaigns. Verizon’s claims are patently false and cannot bring down the high morale that T-Mobile possesses. T-Mobile has even taken to litigation to curb the map ads being aired by Verizon which just wants to discredit the company’s unsullied reputation.
"Verizon's ink blots massively understate our coverage and don't begin to represent the actual customer experience on T-Mobile's network," said Legere. "So we're setting the record straight - both by demanding an end to the misinformation, and by going straight to the people with the truth."
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