T-Mobile Plans HSPA+ In More Than 100 Markets In 2010

Posted: Mar 24 2010, 9:00am CDT | by , Updated: Aug 11 2010, 8:10pm CDT, in News | Mobile Phones

 

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T-Mobile has already been talking up its HSPA+ mobile broadband service and said earlier this month that the service would launch on March 14. T-Mobile has come back and said that it plans to have its new speedy service in over 100 markets in 2010.

That will put the faster HSPA+ system in all of the 3G coverage areas that T-Mo has, which are admittedly scant compared to the other major carriers. The service will be particularly good paired with the first netbook on the carrier, the Dell Mini 10 which is set to launch on March 24.

The wireless data speeds are promised to be up to 21Mbps. That is very fast and is faster than wired broadband connections in many areas.

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