T-Mobile 3G4GLTE Coverage & Performance

About the T-Mobile Wireless and Internet

T-Mobile®[+] is a leading provider of cell phone service, offering both prepaid and contact options to customers all over the country. Though coverage is available throughout the United States (and the world) only customers who live in certain areas can initiate service. The T-Mobile coverage map boasts that 96% of Americans can get coverage with their T-Mobile service.

Data Services Available from T-Mobile

T-Mobile offers both 3G and 4G LTE coverage[+] for data services.

  • 3G:3G coverage is available throughout the T-Mobile network, and appears to be available wherever 4G LTE coverage is available. Coverage may sometimes be offered by a partner network
  • 4G: T-Mobile only offers 4G LTE coverage.
  • LTE:T-Mobile claims to have the nation’s largest 4G LTE network. It is true there are only a few spots on the nationwide map that indicate no coverage. Some areas will have stronger 4G LTE connections than others, and some areas may receive coverage from a partner. You must have a 4G LTE compatible device in order to use this service. If you do not, your phone will default to 3G.
  • WiMax:WiMax coverage is not offered with T-Mobile.
  • WiFi:T-Mobile does not provide customers with their own hotspots, but any phone capable of connecting to Wi-Fi networks can connect to any Wi-Fi network it has access to. Many places offer free wi-fi to their customers, so you can connect to those wi-fi networks, as well as your home wi-fi, or any other connection you have the password for.

Special Considerations for 3G4GLTE Coverage with T-Mobile

The coverage maps T-Mobile provides are only an estimate of where coverage should be. They do not guarantee coverage availability in any specific area, as a number of factors affect coverage speed and availability, including where you are when you use your phone, the network traffic, and the type of phone you are using.

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  1. Roshan says:

    Does Ice Cream Sandwich on the Galaxy Nexus have ability to Sync Tasks with Microsoft Outlook?I relaly need ability to sync my Tasks and other stuff that is on my Microsoft Outlook to the smart phone.And then if I add a Task to my Smartphone, I want the new task to go my Microsoft Outlook.I posted this on the forums a while back but no one from Google responded :(Anyone know a tool from Google which allows me to Sync Tasks in Microsoft Outlook 2010 with Google Tasks?If there is no tool from Google, anyone know a free and open source tool that allows you to do the same?Open Source because I don’t want to put my Google Account password in some software that is not checked by others (i.e. no backdoors that send your passwords to author).Oh and by the way, why is Google Tasks an orphan project?It seems that only Google Tasks doesn’t have its own separate website. Makes me wonder if Google is still working on it, to improve it etc.Would relaly love for this to be Out of the Box in Galaxy Nexus.Or I may have to wait 6 more months for Nokia to come out with their Windows phone.Then I can finally junk my old Palm PC (or is it called Pocket PC – I am not sure) which I think has “Windows Mobile 5.0” and is able to do all syncing with my Outlook and other Office apps out of the Box.I don’t mind using Google Products on my SmartPhone, I just want it to be able to have ability to sync with Microsoft Office.Right now I use a Palm PC and a separate cell phone (not a smart-phone).

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