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T-Mobile launches 3G service in Miami

T-Mobile now has 3G network service in Miami, which is its fastest wireless connection speed. The company announced plans to expand its 3G network to at least 20 markets by the end of 2008.

T-Mobile also said it has invested more than $231 million in infrastructure and spectrum to bring its 3G service to the Miami market.


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Joe S

Too bad their 3G system doesn't operate on the same 3G system as AT&T, or else an unlocked 3G Iphone would be in my future.


I can't tell my internet is still slow.

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