T-Mobile Rolls Out Enhanced 4G Data Network In Kansas City

T-Mobile USA’s $4 billion plan to strengthen and expand its competitive 4G network took a step for the positive on Monday as they announced their latest expansion to Kansas City. Subscribers in Kansas City market will now able to benefit from enhanced data and voice coverage.

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T-Mobile assures customers in Kansas City will begin to experience improved coverage, signal strength, and data speed at locations such as “Arrowhead Stadium, Westport, Power and Light Districts, The Legends and in surrounding areas including Jackson, Johnson and Wyandotte counties.”

At this very moment, T-Mobile is the only U.S. carrier to offer a unlimited nationwide 4G data. Customers may watch unlimited video, download unlimited applications, stream music, surf the web, etc — without being throttled or charged overages.

T-Mobile is also the only major U.S. carrier that doesn’t sell iPhone. Therefore, it advertises that customers will save $50 a month compared to AT&T when they bring unlocked phone over to the network. Most specifically, the carrier is attempting to grab the attention of iPhone users — that’s why it are expanding a “iPhone-friendly data-network” across the US.

Source: 9to5mac

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