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T-Mobile Updates LTE Coverage on Several Cell Sites

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T-Mobile seems to be on a roll right now.

Earlier this week, the third largest wireless operator in the country unveiled that it had upgraded its LTE coverage in the past couple of weeks. This announcement marks the company's first major news for the year.

As unveiled by T-Mobile's Chief Technology Officer Neville Ray, they were able to upgrade hundreds of cell sites. These sites have received an extra mid-band LTE capacity, including AWS and PCS spectrum.

What's impressive for this upgrade is that T-Mobile has included a number of cities in its list. The full list includes the following:

  • AR: Hot Springs and National Park
  • AZ: Glendale, Kearny, Laveen, Phoenix, San Tan Valley, Tolleson, and Tucson
  • CA: Brawley, Irvine, Los Angeles, Mendota, National City, Pacific Palisades, Oceanside, Orange, Palo Alto, Rancho Palos Verdes, San Bruno, San Diego, Santa Monica, Sherman Oaks, Soda Springs, and West Hollywood
  • CO: Denver, Saguache, and Wemore
  • CT: Bridgeport
  • DC: Washington
  • FL: Fort Pierce, Homestead, Southwest Brevard County, Tampa, Tarpon Springs, Venice, Wesley Chapel
  • GA: Atlanta and Flowery Branch
  • HI: Waipahu
  • ID: Caldwell
  • IA: Adair, Akron, Birmingham, Davis City, Moulton, New Virginia, Sibley, Stuart, Truro, Underwood, and Van Wert
  • IL: Blue Island and Wheeling
  • IN: Highland, Hammond, Indianapolis
  • KS: Saint Marys
  • KY: Burnside, Jenkins, and Neon
  • LA: Baton Rouge and New Orleans
  • MA: Ashland, Ayer, Beverly, Boston, Canton, Hudson, Marlborough, Matheun, Newton Highlands, Sudbury, Westborough, and Worcester
  • MD: Baltimore, Bethesda, Bowie, Capitol Heights, Centreville, Cumberland, Joppa, Rockville, and Silver Spring
  • MI: Boon, Detroit, Kalamazoo, Marion, and Newberry
  • MT: Philipsburg
  • NC: Benson, Chapel Hill, Charlotte, Franklin, Garner, Kannapolis, Kernersville, Raleigh, and Roxboro
  • ND: Bottineau
  • NE: Lincoln
  • NJ: Avenel, Basking Ridge, Brick, Cliffside Park, Dover, Fairview, Fort Lee, Haledon, Irvington, Iselin, Jersey City, Maple Shade, Maywood, Montclair, Morristown, Mountainside, Newark, Parsippany, Paterson, Pennsauken, Short Hills, South Orange, South Plainfield, Summit, Union City, and Wood Ridge
  • NV: Las Vegas, Reno, and Sparks
  • NY: Coram, Latham, Middle Island, New York, Orangeburg, Pearl River, Roslyn Heights, Rye, Staten Island, Syracuse, and Tarrytown
  • OH: Cleveland and Wellston
  • OK: Enid, Hardesty
  • PA: Monaca and Stroudsburg
  • PR: Canovanas, Las Piedras, San Juan, and Vega Alta
  • RI: Riverside
  • SC:  Chesnee, Columbia, Lake City, and Rock Hill
  • TN: Chattanooga
  • TX: Austin, Big Lake, Brownsville, Cedar Hill, Christoval, Cleburne, Dallas, El Paso, Eldorado, Fort Worth, Houston, Hurst, Killeen, Lewisville, San Angelo, San Antonio, and Schertz
  • VA: Falls Church and Quantico
  • WA: Aberdeen, Bellevue, Chewelan, Seattle, and Yakima
  • WI: Kenosha and Milwaukee
  • WV: Culloden, Fraziers Bottom, Leon, Lesage, and Culloden


If you reside in one of these cities, how has your LTE coverage been over the last two weeks?


Source: TmoNews 

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  1. Now if T-Mobile would improve their native footprint of network coverage other than being mainly limited to metro areas, big towns and highways, now that would be great news.

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    1. Pull your head out of the sand and actually look at the latest native coverage, Rip. ;-)

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    2. Same to dead zones I've seen for the past 3-5 years. No change, no improvement.

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  2. Please What exactly is "mid band" LTE coverage? What added bands has TMo added? 66? 71?

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  3. If I turn off LTE Data on my Iphone 8, I can't get incoming calls, the phone won't register on T-Mo network, I have to switch to HSPA to get incoming calls. Outgoing calls no problem on either setting.

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  4. Not specific to tmo but of interest re coverage claims.
    https://www.wcax.com/content/news/State-wireless-coverage-survey-contradicts-FCC-data-504504202.html

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  5. Please keep us up to date like this. Thanks for sharing.

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  6. Awards can be utilized in so many various purposes.

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