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is also known as Evolved High-Speed Packet Access. It is a mobile broadband protocol that was defined by the 3GPP standard, release 7. In Theory, the HSPA+ data rate can go up to 84 Mbps (Megabits per second) downstream (to the mobile), and 22Mbps upstream (back to the tower). These numbers are achieved by using multiple streams, so they should be considered theoretical and peak performance numbers. The HSPA+ specifications support up to 168Mbps of theoretical peak rate. Although many HSPA+ carriers call it 4G, it is very different from 4G LTE.

T-Mobile rolls out more iPhone-ready networks

12/11/2012, Come 2013, T-Mobile will finally be able to say that they officially offer Apple’s iOS products on their network, but at the same time this would mean that T-Mobile needs to hurry up with the rollout of their iPhone-ready networks. Well the good news is...

T-Mobile increases network speeds for iPhones in three new areas

11/08/2012, Out of the four major carriers, T-Mobile is the only one that does not offer the iPhone in the official capacity, but at the same time the carrier supports users who use iPhones on their network. Now the good news is that if you’re an iPhone user on...

T-Mobile’s LTE network might be accompanied by HSPA+ 84

03/13/2012, T-Mobile has previously announced that it will be introducing its 4G LTE network in 2013 and today the carrier’s CTO, Neville Ray, revealed more details about its plans. Even though T-Mobile will be releasing its LTE network 2-years after its...

AT&T customers remain loyal despite competition

11/16/2011, AT&T enjoyed exclusivity with the iPhone for three generations worth, and now it looks like out of the four major carriers, only one carrier (T-Mobile) does not carry the iPhone. If I was AT&T, I would be worried about my customers running off to...

Samsung Galaxy Nexus Specs (Official)

10/18/2011, Yup, it’s official folks! The third generation Nexus device by Samsung is now official, and it looks it will be going by the Galaxy Nexus moniker instead of the Nexus Prime name that we have been hearing so much about. As far as hardware specs are...

T-Mobile SpringBoard tablet unveiled

10/12/2011, Today, T-Mobile announced the launch of a new Android tablet on its network – the T-Mobile Springboard and the Samsung Galaxy Tab 10.1. We all should know about the Tab 10.1 by now, so we’ll jump right to the SpringBoard. The T-Mobile SpringBoard...

AT&T wants 4G indicator on iPhone 4S status bar

10/07/2011, One of the new features of the iPhone 4S that was announced on Tuesday was its improved antenna that gave the phone HSPA+ speeds – but not once in the presentation did Apple ever refer to its phone as having 4G, or even labeled it “4G”....

T-Mobile preps staff on how to combat iPhone enquiries

10/04/2011, So we know that T-Mobile will not be getting the next-generation iPhone, and for T-Mobile subscribers still hoping for a last minute surprise, hopefully this leaked internal memo will put those doubts to rest. 

HTC Amaze 4G caught in the wild

09/30/2011, The HTC Amaze 4G was only announced a few days ago and slated for an October 12th release date, but it looks like the phone has already started arriving in stores. The folks over at TmoNews recently got their hands on some photographs showing the phone in...

Huawei 4G tablet spotted in the wild headed T-Mobile’s way

09/29/2011, T-Mobile subscribers, if you’re on the lookout for a new tablet that is compatible with the carrier’s 4G (HSPA+) network and will not break the bank, a Huawei tablet was recently spotted in the wild that appears to be headed towards T-Mobile’s...

T-Mobile Sonic 4G Mobile HotSpot announced

09/26/2011, In addition to its two new powerhouse devices, T-Mobile introduced a brand new mobile hotspot today. Called the Sonic 4G Mobile HotSpot, it provides access to T-Mobile’s HSPA+ 42 network for up to five WiFi-enabled devices. It is manufactured by...