Yeah but how can you call Sebring, FL a “market” ?
They seem to have loads of small rural or suburban areas which they love to call a “market”.
After all, why don’t they never talk about the actual amount of pops covered instead of counting little towns as markets…
I have one line on Verizon and two on T-Mobile. Verizon’s 2×10Mhz LTE has been faster when it launched, but now they’re in need of more capacity. Extra 2×20Mhz of AWS is coming to Verizon between now and the end of the year.
On the other hand, T-Mobile’s HSPA+42 is often faster than Verizon’s current LTE, as T-Mobile has much less subs, and much more bandwidth-per-subscriber.
Also T-Mobile’s LTE is live in Brooklyn and Queens, and although it’s currently 2×5Mhz only, with addition of MetroPCS’ 10Mhz we should have 2×10Mhz this year.
Verizon’s coverage outside urban areas is amazing, but if you’re mostly in NYC, T-Mobiles’s network is much better than AT&T or Sprint with layers of fast airlinks: LTE→HSPA+42→HSPA+21