T-Mobile had plans to expand its 3G network in 20 different markets by the end of year 2008. They had launched their 3G network in New York City during the start of this year and today taking a step further they have launched their 3G network in Las Vegas after a investment of around US$37.5 million in infrastructure and spectrum.
The company said that it will offer some new and compelling data-centric, all-in-one devices that will use the 3G network. One will have to wait and see what kind of devices these will be. A jump in data speed to use the Web or to download content can be expected after the complete launch of 3G network across the US market.
“Customers in Las Vegas are already accustomed to reliable and robust service from T-Mobile, which gets even better with this additional network availability,” said Neville Ray, senior vice president, engineering operations, T-Mobile USA. “This investment in today’s 3G network also sets the foundation to help customers stay closer to their family and friends in new and exciting ways.”
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