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    Article: T-Mobile says its network pipes gush more data than AT&T [video]

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    Well, that's one way of looking at it.

    In reality, though, while AT&T and other carriers have had to scramble to update their networks to handle the increasing demand for data, T-Mobile has been able to build its infrastructure the right and smart way. They've constructed it in such a way that it can easily be expanded to accommodate the ever-increasing consumption of data by today's technological advances in smartphones and tablet devices.

    This has been made possible by the funds acquired via the failed AT&T merger, along with the purchase of spectrum from Verizon, and the merger with MetroPCS. By the end of 2013 and into 2014, T-Mobile will have 4G and LTE coverage for over 220 million people in the US.

    Exciting times for those of us involved with Solavei!

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    T-Mobile just keeps getting better and better as I see it. Thanks for the comment Roger

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    My daughter had our 5th grandchild two weeks ago. I was waiting in the waiting area with my S3 on T-Mobile's 4G network, and the Dad's family was waiting with their S3s and a single Note. When the baby was born, pictures started coming in from the delivery room - the new Father was sending the first pictures of the newborn. On Verizon and AT&T, his family was receiving pictures and sharing. On TMO I could not connect. I was heartbroken, I was the grandpa and could not get the pictures. They tried to forward the pictures to me, but I could not receive them until later in the day when I was in a different area of town. Several times I've observed Verizon and AT&T smartphones able to send/receive data over their networks faster since my wife and I got our S3s a couple of months ago. I was a real believer in T-Mobile but their coverage is discouraging and I'm probably moving on when our contract expires.

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    Did you read what I wrote above, Mark? Patience, my friend. This year brings great rewards for long-suffering T-Mobile/Solavei customers, in more ways than one.

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    It's frustrating when that happens. Anxiety and hate boil together ... But Mark, since everyone was on Sammy's S phones, why not NFC or S Beam and what not, to share? That would be quicker. And you'd feel younger and geeky too.
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    BTW, speaking of NFC transfers, look up superbeam in the market. Works well when one of the devices aren't NFC enabled.
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