T-Mobile is still a company that is expanding despite the fact that they were recently acquired. They will be expanding their new 21 mbps HSPA+ network to two new cities for unlocked cell phone users, including Scranton, PA, famous for being the main city in the TV show “The Office.” This shows that there are still some very interesting plans in the works for a company that was recently acquired. It will be interesting to see if there are plans in the future to continue to expand their network to new locations.
The 21 megabit per second wireless data is some of the fastest being offered in the United States at this time, which has made it an attractive offer for many of their users. Also receiving some help from the network will be Wilkes Barr, PA, Ft. Meyers, FL and also Pueblo, CO. Their roll otu of this network is slow and targeted to cities that use a lot of data, but you can bet that the ultimate plan is to bring it to the whole of the United States sooner rather than later. It will be interesting to see if this helps the company to garner new users before they are inevitably swallowed into AT&T.
T-Mobile has continued to aggressively expand and alter their services to get the best possible outcome in the long run. A lot of time and effort has gone into seeing their network expand, and it is likely a technology that AT&T themselves would love to utilize moving forward. Look for the company to continue to expand this network to new cities in the future.
High speed is a standard nowadays, with the demand going up it is important for the supply to be there too. There is talk of capping data plans or go on a cost per usage basis. These types of launches help users efforts to keep costs down and have a solid data plan.