T-Mobile has officially launched its LTE network in seven U.S. cities. Will you be switching to the carrier?
OpenSignal data suggests that T-Mobile is testing the Galaxy S3 and Galaxy S4 on its LTE network in eight major U.S. cities.
The AT&T 4G LTE coverage has been expanded in six more markets in Ohio, Florida, Tennessee and Connecticut.
Last month, T-Mobile announced they had plans to bring LTE coverage to 100 million people by the middle of the year, and 200 million by the year’s end. Now T-Mobile says they are finally turning on LTE service within the month.
Samsung’s Galaxy S4 has been formally introduced less than 100 hours ago and yet the pricing and availability puzzle is coming together rather nicely already.
The mobile chip company ST-Ericsson, which was a joint venture between STMicroelectronics and Ericsson, is to close with some 1,600 employees losing their jobs.
Mere hours after being unveiled in front of an excited if somewhat embarrassed (by the show, not necessarily the phone) audience, the Samsung Galaxy S4 has been spotted making its first mandatory FCC visit.
Over the last year or so, Verizon has been gobbling up all the AWS spectrum the company can get its hands on but hasn’t done much with it. This all changes soon, as the first AWS devices are scheduled for this July, with 5000 AWS-enabled LTE sites by the year’s end.
Who’s up for a new round of Samsung Galaxy S4-related rumors? Well, who isn’t? Especially that there are so many mysteries left to be revealed with only a little over 24 hours to go until the official announcement.
Wondering which carrier has the best LTE service in the US? You may want to pay close attention to the latest report by mobile analytics firm RootMetrics, which has conducted 4G LTE performance tests in 77 markets.