T-Mobile has just reached a new goal of crossing 154 4G LTE markets in the U.S. This is substantially behind AT&T or Verizon, but it’s good to see the carrier making tremendous progress in its coverage which only started in May this year. Its service is already reaching over 180 million customers around the U.S. which isn’t a small number by any means. The carrier aims to have 200 million users by the end of 2013, which is easily achievable at this pace.
Earlier today, we heard of how AT&T crossed its 400th 4G LTE market in the U.S. And unlike AT&T, T-Mobile doesn’t let the world know when it adds new locations or cities to its 4G LTE roster. With the recently launched LG G2 and the Samsung Galaxy Note 3 set to don T-Mobile’s shelves, new users will certainly find T-Mobile to be a viable alternative to other carriers. We can expect a large portion of the U.S. to be covered under T-Mobile’s 4G LTE umbrella by the end of 2015.
Via: Phone Dog