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Below are the latest T-Mobile coverage maps. You can see coverage of T-Mobile 2G (voice calls), 3G (data) and 4G (HSPA+) as well as T-Mobile tower locations.

Note: we are continually updating our data set to be more accurate. If you have an Android or iOS device you can help us make the maps even more accurate (as well as improving your own connection) by downloading the OpenSignal app.

About T-Mobile Cellular Coverage

T-Mobile is the 4th largest US network, with a little over 34 million subscribers as of June 2013. T-Mobile began their 4G LTE roll-out in October 2012 (although they had previously been marketing their high-speed 3G network as '4G') and has average 4G LTE download speeds of 14.1Mbps and an average 3G download speed of 4.7Mbps. Although T-Mobile's network footprint is smaller than Verizon/AT&T's it gets good coverage reviews from city users around the country. As with all networks check our site to see who has the best coverage in the places you need.

What you can do about poor T-Mobile signal

You have a few options available to your to improve your T-Mobile signal:

  • Get a Wi-Fi Calling phone. Unlike other carriers T-Mobile has no intention of launching a femtocell. Instead they offer a variety of phones which allow you to make calls via WiFi. This means you can make a call anywhere you can connect to a WiFi network.
  • Try a cellular repeater. A cellular repeater takes existing signal, amplifies it and rebroadcasts it around your home or office. They are harder to setup than a femtocell, but will cover all US networks.
  • Change networks. T-Mobile customers at the end of their contact can only take their phones to other GSM networks, which in the US means AT&T.

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