T-Mobile USA on Monday announced that it will be issuing an update for the Samsung Galaxy Note II, to prepare the smartphone for the imminent launch of its 4G LTE network later this month.
While it is unknown which markets T-Mobile will light up its 4G LTE network in first, what is known at this point is that speeds appear to be comparable to the likes of competitors AT&T, Verizon Wireless and Sprint.
T-Mobile will green light its 4G LTE speeds just as the LTE-enabled BlackBerry Z10 smartphone launches on its network. Better yet, the iPhone is officially headed to T-Mobile in the coming months as well. We might find out at a March 26th media event in New York.
Yep — T-Mobile has officially invited members of the press to this March 26th event, where it will likely roll out its new value plans that eliminate the need for contracts and service agreements. It’s possible that we’ll also hear an update about Apple products coming to T-Mobile, which is exciting news for iPhone and iPad users within the United States.
For years, T-Mobile has been an ineffective carrier for iPhone users due to the lack of a 3G or 4G LTE network on the iPhone-compatible 1900 MHz band. That’s all about to change, however, as T-Mobile steps up its game big time. Will you consider switching from AT&T, Verizon, Sprint or your current carrier to T-Mobile?