Still anxiously awaiting T-Mobile’s HSPA+ network (the one they market as “4G” because it’s pretty dang fast, but technically isn’t 4G because it’s fancied up 3G tech?) in your home town? Cross your fingers: 10 more cities are getting it this morning. Is yours one?
The new cities:
- Ames, Iowa;
- Anderson, Ind.;
- Battle Creek, Benton Harbor and Jackson, Mich.;
- Fort Collins-Loveland, Colo.;
- Lawrence and Manhattan, Kan.;
- Springfield, Ill.;
- Wichita Falls, Texas.
Over all, T-Mobile’s HSPA+ network is currently hittin’ around 167 markets, with a good chunk of the major cities accounted for. You can find the full list right over here. As for when that HSPA+ signal will click over from 21 mbps to 42 mbps as they promised at CES: they’re still working on it.