T-Mobile looking to get 250 million US customers on LTE
T-Mobile has announced it’s LTE network is reaching 227 million people in the United States Of America.
CEO John Legere said that the company is targeting to bring it’s 4G base to 230 million customers by the end of June and now hopes to reach 250 million users by the end of December 2014.
The company also hinted that their VoLTE service is now available in 16 cities that include New York, Chicago and Los Angeles.
The availability if VoLTE, which stands for Voice over LTE now means that people in 16 different cities can now use their smartphones to make voice calls on T-Mobile’s LTE network.
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