T-Mobile is the smallest national US carrier, and it was also the last to announce a cogent strategy for the deployment of 4G LTE.
T-Mobile has not yet said when the updated S III will arrive, but it will likely replace the HSPA+ GS3 in the carrier's lineup.
Some comments made in an investor call today insinuate that the first cities could be seeing T-Mobile's LTE this month.
Although as reported elsewhere, if tmo uses AWS ( they do own band 4) , the nexus could possibly support it, as is the case of Rogers in Canada. Coming to the game late will probably cost them a bit less in deployment, but I think they lost customers and became a bit of a whipping boy to the tech media by being so late. You're right, CDMA carriers did have more incentive to rush ahead, but I think it had everything to do with the inability to have calling and data at the same time.
With their transition to only Value plans, they're a lot better off making as many phones compatible with their network as possible. The LTE variant of the S3 doesn't support DC-HSPA, which is what allows you to use T-Mobile's 42Mbps network. I figure by June here in New York City LTE advanced 10 should hit and me and my Galaxy Note 2 will be enjoying some wonderful LTE.
I'm sure the LTE rollout will be totally trouble-free and everyone who bandwagon-jumps early will be simply delighted in every way, beyond their wildest dreams. So, I just received a Galaxy S III from T-mobile (I have the Monthly 4G prepaid service) that I ordered on the 10th.


I got iphone 5 from att so if imma unlock it and put t mobile sim cart I'll have lte or no??? Yes, after years of insisting to no end that HSPA+ is 4G, the magenta carrier is rolling out LTE. Most of T-Mobile's phones have no support for LTE, thus the new version of Samsung's flagship. A larger rollout is probably still months away, but this is still huge for T-Mobile customers. So the Nexus 4 should work like it does in Canada (this makes logical sense, but for all I know there is something I'm not considering).
T-Mobile isn't the smallest US carrier, they are not even the smallest carrier rocking their own towers; I think that's US Cellular.
That became a major advertising point for AT&T and T-Mobile during the iPhone 4 launch on Verizon which really brought that flaw to the limelight.
Why offer compatibility to AT&T phones, maybe they just want better international compatibility. Do you honestly expect anyone to care when you complain because a company doesn't fire up the time machine and warp LTE features back in time 6 months for your phone? She said that because of what is listed under network mode (Settings, more settings, network mode), the current GS3 model is also compatible with the upcoming LTE network! It's worth noting that the recently released Galaxy Note II on T-Mobile does have a functional LTE radio.


AT&T does have AWS holdings, but had to cough some of that up to Tmo when the merger fell through. I thought only AT&T had it accordion to prior posts, but I guess that's the stuff TMo got from them. Ultimately the delay in LTE deployment may work to T-mobile's advantage as they'll enter the areana with LTE Release 10 which will help them a ton especially with the spectrum T-mobile has.
They already get a significant number of people coming over with AT&T phones even if people are stuck on edge.
The first device designed for T-Mobile's LTE is a revamped version of the popular Samsung Galaxy S III. The 1900MHz band will be used to beef up HSPA+ (and allow iPhones to run on Tmo) as the LTE rollout happens. It will be roughly equivalent to the phones that are selling off-contract for $200 after 18 months.



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