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T-Mobile Low-Band LTE Coverage Expanded Over Last Two Weeks

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T-Mobile's latest move is aimed at improving the connectivity of its customers throughout the nation. Over the weekend, T-Mobile announced that it has expanded its low-band LTE capacity in a total of 66 markets. The progress took a couple of weeks to accomplish and is now ready to provide more and better coverage.

T-Mobile spent a total of $7.9 billion in investing 31MHz of 600MHz spectrum that was put into auction by the FCC a year ago. With this investment, T-Mobile's low-frequency spectrum is able to penetrate through buildings and travel twice as far  as high-frequency spectrum.

With its announcement, these are the markets that recently received low-band LTE coverage:

  • Alabama: Salem, Smiths Station
  • Arizona: Apache Junction, Cave Creek
  • California: Visalia, Lompoc, Oakland
  • Colorado: Antonito
  • Connecticut: Bridgeport
  • Florida: Saint Johns, Tallahassee, West Palm Beach, Wesley Chapel, North Fort Myers, Cape Coral, Immokalee, Englewood
  • Georgia: Valdosta, Columbus
  • Hawaii: Wailuku, Honolulu
  • Illinois: Des Plaines
  • Indiana: Anderson, Indianapolis
  • Maine: South Portland
  • Maryland: Baltimore, Nottingham, Rosedale
  • Massachusetts: Quincy
  • Michigan: Detroit
  • Minnesota: Minneapolis
  • Missouri: Kansas City
  • Nevada: Tonopah, Sparks
  • New Hampshire: Sullivan
  • New Jersey: Sea Isle City, Dunellen
  • New Mexico: Santa Fe, Las Cruces, Animas
  • New York: New York, Bronx, Hyde Park
  • Ohio: Cincinnati
  • Oregon: Sheridan
  • Pennsylvania: Green Lane, Montrose
  • South Carolina: Aiken
  • South Dakota: Sturgis
  • Tennessee: Hohenwald
  • Texas: Plano, Paris, Woodway, Houston, Austin, El Paso
  • Virginia: Sterling, Winchester, Richmond, Prince George, Roanoke
  • Washington: Carnation, North Bend, Ravensdale
  • West Virginia: Moundsville
  • Wyoming: Cody



If your city is on the list, how is your T-Mobile connection so far? 



Source: NevilleRay

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  1. We are on TmobileOne 55+ plan [unlimited for $70 for 2 lines with many other perks] but do not yet have phones compatible with the new 600 Mhz spectrum. As it is now we have great coverage so when it is time it will be even better per this enhancement. Thanks TMo

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  2. It's a shame they aren't Amtrak stronk.

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