T-Mobile Lights Up Washington DC, Maryland And Northern Virginia Area With Extended Range LTE

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The FINANCIAL — The Un-carrier on September 23 confirmed its Extended Range LTE, or 700 MHz low band spectrum, which now carries T-Mobile’s LTE signals both farther and deeper indoors, is now live throughout DC, MD and VA.

With a rapid deployment of a nationwide LTE footprint that reaches over 293 million Americans, the Washington DC Metro area is now lit up with T-Mobile’s best in-building coverage offering, according to T-Mobile.

Extended Range LTE Coverage

T-Mobile has been rolling out truckloads of new spectrum that carries the LTE signal twice as far from towers, for a massive coverage expansion – plus it works four times better in buildings.

In eight months, T-Mobile has aggressively rolled out airwaves known as 700 MHz in 170 major metro areas including cities such as Minneapolis, Denver and Kansas City, so you can use your compatible phone to get great 700 MHz coverage while visiting friends and family in those cities.

Extended Range LTE also enhances coverage in other areas already served by our strong 4G LTE network, so T-Mobile LTE customers there can experience better coverage in suburban and rural areas because the signal reaches further and penetrates deeper than before.

So whether you are enjoying a night out in the Baltimore Harbor or have an important business meeting in downtown DC — your coverage doesn’t have to be sacrificed.

In addition to both Washington DC and Baltimore, 700 MHz now also extends to Un-carrier customers in Annapolis (MD), College Park (MD), Bethesda (MD), Silver Spring (MD), Landover (MD), Laurel (MD), Frederick (MD), Towson (MD), Alexandria (VA), Arlington (VA), Fairfax (VA), Tysons Corner (VA), Vienna (VA), Manassas (VA), Reston (VA), Ashburn (VA), Fair Oaks (VA), Sterling (VA), Chantilly (VA), and many other smaller towns throughout Maryland and Virginia.

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