T-Mobile boosts its 3G to HSPA 7.2

In anticipation of a wave of future smartphones, T-Mobile has rolled out HSPA 7.2 across its entire 3G network.

T-Mobile officially announced today that it has boosted its entire 3G network to HSPA 7.2, which is nice timing for one of the first carriers to offer Google's Nexus One (and especially since the Nexus One currently only supports T-Mobile's 3G bands). HSPA 7.2 promises to deliver three to five times the speeds of current 3G networks, and, best of all, this will apply to all existing 3G smartphones as well. Nice one, T-Mo.

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