T-Mobile Brings HSPA+ To 19 New Cities

Posted: Jul 14 2010, 10:11am CDT | by , Updated: Aug 12 2010, 12:24am CDT, in News | Technology News

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On July 21, another 19 cities will be able to enjoy T-Mobile's HSPA+ high speed data network. T-Mo News reports that this brings the service to a total of 44 cities. That's still well short of the 100 city goal set for the end of 2010, but they are starting to get close.

New cities include; Austin, TX. Baltimore, MD. Birmingham, AL. Cincinnati, OH. Cleveland, OH. Columbus, OH. El Paso, TX. Ft. Worth, TX. Hawaii Honolulu, HI. Indianapolis, IN. Jacksonville, FL. Kansas City, MO. Louisville, KY. Milwaukee, WI. Portland, OR. San Antonio, TX. Washington, DC. Wichita, KS.

I've spent a fair amount of time in Kansas over the past few weeks and, I feel I can say this with authority, T-Mo's HSPA+ network is the single most interesting thing in the city of Wichita. T-Mobile still has another 56 cities to launch in by year's end, so we can expect another announcement like this in the very near future.

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