In a move to catch up with the rest of the world as they move on to the “modern age,” T-Mobile has just recently launched its very own 3G network, picking a handful of cities in the US as starting points. The first phase of their new 3G network rollout was conducted on May 1, 2008 for New York City, with more cities to get their own 3G (UMTS) networks set up very soon.
The T-Mobile 3G network rollout will actually be done one at a time, at least for now, and the primary cities to become part of this are as follows: New York, Austin, Las Vegas, Minneapolis and Miami.
These are the other US cities bound to get T-Mobile 3G network support very soon.
This is great news for T-Mobile users, as they now have a chance to experience better reception and call quality via the 3G networks.
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