ericdabbs Posted May 3, 2013 Share Posted May 3, 2013 Looks like Tmobile is picking up the pace on deploying its LTE network. It seems to be hitting a lot of high pop cities which Sprint has currently deployed or partially deployed. Honolulu, Cleveland, Cincinatti, Columbus being listed is a blow to Sprint customers since those are cities that Sprint has not begin NV or have any LTE. Tmobile can make Sprint a run for its money and make them a viable competitor. The lack of sufficient backhaul for LTE in place at all Sprint legacy sites is really hurting their deployment schedule. Atlanta – Sandy Springs, Marietta, San Antonio Austin – Round Rock, San Marcos (May Launch) Part of the Carolinas – Charlotte, Rock Hill Chicago – Joliet, Naperville Cincinnati – Dayton Cleveland Connecticut – Bridgeport, Stamford, Norwalk Columbus – Mentor Dallas – Fort Worth, Arlington Denver – Aurora, Broomfield Detroit – Warren Honolulu – Maui (May Launch) Long Island, New York and New Jersey – specific areas unknown Los Angeles – Pasadena, West Covina, West LA, Metro LA, Burbank, Beverly Hills Oklahoma City Orlando Miami – Fort Lauderdale Minneapolis – St Paul, Bloomington (May Launch) New England – Boston, Cambridge Philadelphia – Camden, Wilmington (May Launch) Sacramento – Arden, Arcade, Roseville, Fresno San Diego -Carlsbad, San Marcos San Francisco – Oakland Seattle – Tacoma, Bellevue Tampa Tulsa – (May Launch) Phoenix – Tucson (May Launch) http://www.tmonews.c...r-may-and-june/ 1 Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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