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Amidst a plethora of swearing and shaming of its competing cellular carriers, T-Mobile CEO John Legere took the stage tonight at the company’s un-carrier 5.0 event to announce that its wideband LTE is now available in 16 markets across the United States. Additionally, Legere announced that its voice over LTE service now covers 100 million people.

As noted in the press release for tonight’s announcements, T-Mobile now offers LTE (in at least 15+15MHz), in the following 16 markets:

  • Atlanta, GA
  • Birmingham, AL
  • Columbus, OH
  • Dallas, TX
  • Detroit, MI
  • Honolulu, HI
  • Houston, TX
  • Jacksonville, FL
  • Los Angeles, CA
  • Minneapolis, MN
  • Mobile, AL
  • Orlando, FL
  • Portland, OR
  • Seattle, WA
  • Tampa, FL
  • Upstate, NY

And, as for VoLTE, the company has announced that service is now supported in the below listed locales:

  • Atlanta, GA
  • Austin, TX
  • Boston, MA
  • Chicago, IL
  • Dallas, TX
  • Houston, TX
  • Long Island, NY
  • Los Angeles, CA
  • Minneapolis, MN
  • New Jersey
  • New York, NY
  • Philadelphia, PA
  • San Francisco, CA
  • Seattle, WA
  • Washington, D.C.

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3 Responses to “T-Mobile wideband LTE now in 16 US markets; VoLTE now covers 100 million people”

  1. Very Incorrect Article:
    – T-Mobile LTE covers 269 markets
    – T-Mobile 15+MHz LTE covers 16 markets.

    http://t-mobile-coverage.t-mobile.com/4gcitylist.aspx

  2. Steven

    Has anyone in the Tampa area mentioned that wideband seems to be non functional? I have not seen any difference since getting the S5 and I’m wondering why no one at T mobile has any knowledge of this either