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October 27, 2014

T-Mobile rolls out Wideband LTE Coverage to the Greater Bay Area

by John_A

T-Mobile Wideband TLE

Living in the Greater Bay Area of California and flying high and proud flags of Magenta for T-mobile as your carrier? Well good. Then you will be happy to know that throughout Alameda, Contra-Costa, Marin, Napa, San Francisco, San Mateo, Santa Clara, Solano and Sonoma counties in the Bay Area all have Wideband LTE depoyed and up and running. This means you should see a dramatic increase in your LTE speeds on your mobile devices.

“We know Bay Area T-Mobile customers are going to notice and take advantage of the faster LTE speeds Wideband LTE provides,” said Neville Ray, Chief Technology Officer, T-Mobile. “Just because we’ve made an upgrade to the network in these areas, don’t think we are done yet. We are continually working to enhance and expand LTE coverage for our customers every day.”

According to T-Mobile Bay Area customers that are using an average of 2.5GB per month of data are clocking speeds faster than Verizon, and AT&T as well as reporting nearly twice the speeds of Sprint. All of this was done trough a 3rd party crowd-source speed test. Many are reporting 21Mbps and some have seen speeds as high as 90Mbps. Not to shabby T-Mobile.

If you are in the Great Bay Area hit the speed tests and see what you are pulling now. Let us know if you are seeing a boost or if things are still hovering.

Source: T-Mobile

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