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T-Mobile expands 3G network to San Francisco

updated 03:45 pm EDT, Wed October 1, 2008

T Mobile 3G San Francisco

T-Mobile has announced the expansion of its 3G voice and data network to include the San Francisco area. The company claims that it will add at least 20 more markets by the end of the year. Customers with 3G handsets can expect faster data speeds in the areas with the new service. Users in the SF area will be able to use the full network capabilities of the upcoming G1 smartphone, right next door to the iPhone manufacturer's headquarters.

T-Mobile plans to still build its HotSpot Wi-Fi network and nationwide voice and data networks. More devices will also be available from the company that take advantage of the 3G speeds, including the G1 made by HTC that uses Google's Android operating system and T-Mobile's first HSDPA device.



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