T-Mo has just sent out a press release announcing the coming of HSPA+ speeds to the Northeast U.S. The New York City metropolitan area, New Jersey and Long Island, Upstate New York, Connecticut, and Rhode Island are all connected now. Expansion into Boston and Washington D.C. is expected soon, and HSPA+ is now available in Memphis, Tenn and Las Vegas as well.
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The HSPA+ wireless standard delevers “theoretical peak” speeds of 21 Mbps. The T-Mobile webConnect Rocket laptop stick and more than a dozen released smartphones can handle HSPA+, including the myTouch 3G Slide and the Garminfone. T-Mobile HSPA+ currently blankets some 30 million Americans. The company hopes to cover 185 million by the end of 2010.