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T-Mobile held its un-carrier 5.0 (and 6.0) event a couple of weeks ago, and the company’s press release to go along with the event had T-Mobile CTO Neville Ray promising that the company would have an “LTE footprint north of 230 million pops by the end of [the] month.”

It appears that, just in time, the company has hit this goal. And in sarcastic and hilarious fashion, John Legere has taken to Twitter to confirm:

Along with its growing LTE network, the un-carrier 5.0 event brought a slew of other announcements including an iPhone 5s test drive program, free streaming for iTunes Radio and other music services, and the company’s own music streaming service dubbed “unRadio.”

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2 Responses to “T-Mobile’s LTE footprint passes 230 million points of presence”

  1. “Neville confirmed we hit 230M POPs of LTE! Met our goal but still going! Where you at @Sprint? I hear you’re running behind. #sprintlikehell”

    Funny he says that because Sprint (via SoftBank) may literally own him one day :P

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    • Tim Jr. says:

      Lets hope not.. means price hikes, return to contracts, and data caps most likely.. SoftBank couldn’t do that to Sprint since they were already loosing customers.. but once they get T-mo out of the way, SoftBanks history is exactly that.. They did it in other countries/markets..

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