T-Mobile Brings HSPA+ 42Mbps Network to 11 New Cities

T-Mobile has announced that it is bringing its high-speed HSPA+ 42Mbps 4G network to 11 new cities across the United States and that it is expanding its HSPA+ 21Mbps network to 9 other markets. This brings T-Mobile’s 4G coverage to a grand total of 218 markets around the country.

Of course, it still only has a few devices that are capable of taking advantage of its 42Mbps network. Luckily, they are a few of its best devices. T-Mobile’s Samsung Galaxy S II runs on the network as does the HTC Amaze. It also has a USB stick called the Rocket 3.0 should you not want a smartphone.


Now, who’s getting what? Let’s have a look shall we.


Cities that should now see HSPA+ 42Mbps speeds include:


  • Bend, Ore
  • Medfor, Ore
  • Corvallis, Ore
  • Benton Harbor, Mich
  • Bloomington, Ill
  • Champaign–Urbana, Ill
  • Springfield, Ill
  • Columbus, Ga
  • Hagerstown, Md
  • Montgomery, Ala
  • Yuba City, Calif

And those that should now have access to 21Mbps:


  • Corvallis, Ore
  • Decatur, Ore
  • Peoria, Ill
  • Evansville, Ind
  • Holland, Mich
  • Kalamazoo, Mich
  • Santa Barbara, Calif
  • State College, Pa
  • Yuba City, Calif

So, congratulations if you happen to live in one of those cities and you’ve been waiting to get access to these speeds.