Thursday, February 23, 2012

T-Mobile lte

  • The carrier will use money and spectrum space obtained from the failed ATT deal to forge ahead with LTE in the U.S. in 2013 as its current sales and customer numbers continue to sink. T-Mobile will launch its own LTE network in the U.S.
  • (CNET News)
  • T-Mobile Chief Technology Officer Neville Ray detailed the company's network strategy, which includes installing new equipment at 37,000 cell sites and refarming spectrum to launch LTE in 2013.
  • (PR Inside)
  • T-Mobile USA will launch LTE service in its AWS spectrum sometime in 2013 as it seeks to regain its competitive edge in the wake of ATTs (NYSE:T) failed $39 billion acquisition of the carrier.
  • (FierceWireless)
  • Mobile phone users in the UK might soon be able to benefit from blazing fast data connectivity on the airwaves of wireless carriers Orange and T-Mobile UK.
  • (Softpedia)
  • NEW YORK -(Dow Jones)- T-Mobile USA said it will spend $4 billion on its wireless network as it seeks to play catchup to rivals in offering the high-speed fourth-generation mobile broadband service known as LTE.
  • (Smart Money)
  • As part of T-Mobile USA's earnings report, the nation's fourth largest carrier and the one without an LTE network had revealed plans to launch its next-generation network starting 2013.
  • (Gotta Be Mobile)
  • Strong adjusted OIBDA and prepaid performance; contract business negatively impacted in the fourth quarter of 2011 by iPhone 4S launches by three nationwide competitors Adjusted OIBDA increased by 4.3% year-on-year to $1.
  • (engadget)
  • The Verizon LTE outage is unfortunate -- and this is a repeated occurrence Verizon agreed to a deal with Comcast, Time Warner, Cox Communications and Bright House Networks, but T-Mobile is working to block it at the federal level.
  • (Sci-Tech Today)
  • T-Mobile USA today explained how it will use its current and future spectrum assets to launch LTE 4G starting in 2013.
  • (Phone Scoop)
  • Like T-Mobile, ATT refers to its HSPA+ service as 4G, but its theoretical peak download speed of 84Mbps falls short of LTEs 100Mbps theoretical peak.
  • (Computerworld)

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