T-Mobile doubles 4G network speed to 42Mbps in the US
T-Mobile has announced that the carrier is doubling the 4G network speed to an amazing 42Mbps in 55 US markets. That’s an amazing speed for a mobile network, easily quadrupling the average hard wired broadband speed in the UK.
To take advantage of the new network capabilities T-Mobile USA are also launching a new product, the Rocket 3.0 USB data stick.
The 55 US markets that will be able to immediately take advantage of the new network at $99.99 with contract, 42Mbps-capable USB data stick are:
Albany, GA, Athens, GA, Auburn, AL, Augusta, GA, Austin, TX, Bentonville, AK, Boulder, CO, Chattanooga, TN, Chicago, IL, Dallas, TX, Deltona-Daytona Beach-Ormond Beach, FL, Denver, CO, Detroit, MI, Durham, NC, El Paso, TX, Fort Collins, CO, Gainesville, FL, Gainesville, GA, Greeley, CO, Honolulu, HI, Houston, TX, Jacksonville, FL, Long Island, NY, Los Angeles, CA, Long Beach, CA, Santa Ana, CA, Macon, GA, Mayaguez, Puerto Rico, Miami, FL, New Orleans, LA, Oklahoma City, OK, Olympia, WA, Omaha, NE, Oxnard, CA, Thousand Oaks, CA, Ventura, CA, Phoenix, AZ, Pittsburgh, PA, Ponce, Puerto Rico, Portland, OR, Salinas, CA, San Francisco, CA, Oakland, CA, Fremont, CA, San Jose, CA, Sunnyvale, CA, Santa Clara, CA, San Juan, Puerto Rico, Santa Cruz, CA, Watsonville, CA, Santa Rosa, CA, Petaluma, CA, Savannah, CA, Seattle, WA, Spokane, WA, Tampa, FL, Tulsa, OK, Valdosta, GA, Vellejo, CA, Fairfield, CA, Warner Robins, GA, Wichita, KS.
The Rocket 3.0 USB data stick goes on sale today, and will be available to the majority of the US from the carrier. T-Mobile expects over 150 million people to be covered in the company’s increased 4G network speeds throughout 2011.
Link – BGR