First, T-Mobile advertised “4G speeds“. Then they unveiled the myTouch 4G. Now T-Mobile is ready to start promoting their new 21 Mbps, HSPA+ network as 4G, according to a report from our friends at TmoNews.
A tipster reported that retail stores began receiving promotional materials including brochures and signage which advertise T-Mobile as having “America’s largest 4G network”. The new network message is expected to begin in early November.
T-Mobile’s HSPA+ network offers max download speeds of 21 Mbps, which are double Sprint’s 4G WiMAX (10 Mbps). Those download speeds will double to 42 Mbps next year as the carrier continues to upgrade their network.
Right now T-Mobile sells the HTC G2 which offers speeds up to 14.4 Mbps and plan to launch the myTouch 4G on November 3rd.
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