For most recent info, see the 2011 T-Mobile 4G Coverage Review
T-Mobile 3G Coverage has definitely grown since last year. If 2009 was childhood, then 2010 will be the year they go from teenager to responsible adult.
Over 200 million people now have access to mobile broadband via our magenta friend. To put that in perspective, Verizon (who competes closely with Sprint for the biggest and best 3G coverage) covers 280 million.
In other words, T-Mobile 3G Coverage is reaches 70% as many people as the largest mobile broadband networks.
Sounds Great. What About My Backyard?
Check out the T-Mobile coverage tool if the map below doesn’t load. Be wary of the color scheme. T-Mobile oversimplifies data speeds into Very Fast Mobile Web (Up to 7.2 Mbps HSPA & Up to 21 Mbps HSPA+), Fast Mobile Web (Up to 3.6 Mbps HSPDA) and Mobie Web (EDGE/GPRS).
Now That I Know I’ve Got Coverage, How Do I Get On It?
Since T-Mobile doesn’t offer 3G netbooks, you’ll need a broadband card. As it currently stands, T-Mobile has upped their inventory of AirCardsover the span of last year.
Take a look at the T-Mobile webConnect Broadband Cards.