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Been wondering if your city is one of the many that T-Mobile will reportedly be bringing 4G LTE service to in May or June? Wonder no more, my data-hungry friend, because our pals at TmoNews have gotten hold of a list of the markets that T-Mobile allegedly plans on lighting up in the next couple of months.

According to the list, areas like Austin and Philadelphia will gain T-Mobile LTE access in May, while cities such as Chicago, Cincinnati and Boston will be lit up in June. It's said that T-Mobile LTE rollouts in San Francisco and Los Angeles could end up starting in May and spreading into June, so some of you T-Mo folk in S.F. and L.A. could end up on LTE sooner than others in those areas. The full list of rumored upcoming T-Mobile LTE launch locations is available at the bottom of this post.

There are quite a few major U.S. cities included in the leaked list, and the good news is that they're peppered throughout the country. That means that we could see a nice mixture of T-Mobile customers getting in on the 4G LTE fun. Of course, none of this is official until T-Mobile says it is, so even if the town that you call home is named in the list below, you may want to hold off on the party hat for now. Stay tuned and we'll be sure to give you a heads-up when these markets officially go live so that you'll know when it's time to strap that sucker on.

May launches

  • Austin – Round Rock, San Marcos
  • Honolulu – Maui
  • Minneapolis – St Paul, Bloomington
  • Philadelphia – Camden, Wilmington
  • Tulsa 
  • Phoenix – Tucson

June launches

  • Atlanta – Sandy Springs, Marietta, San Antonio
  • Part of the Carolinas – Charlotte, Rock Hill
  • Chicago – Joliet, Naperville
  • Cincinnati – Dayton
  • Cleveland
  • Connecticut – Bridgeport, Stamford, Norwalk
  • Columbus – Mentor
  • Dallas – Fort Worth, Arlington
  • Denver – Aurora, Broomfield
  • Detroit – Warren
  • Long Island, New York and New Jersey – specific areas unknown
  • Los Angeles – Pasadena, West Covina, West LA, Metro LA, Burbank, Beverly Hills
  • Oklahoma City
  • Orlando
  • Miami – Fort Lauderdale
  • New England – Boston, Cambridge
  • Sacramento – Arden, Arcade, Roseville, Fresno
  • San Diego  Carlsbad, San Marcos
  • San Francisco – Oakland
  • Seattle – Tacoma, Bellevue
  • Tampa

Via TmoNews

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Anonymous Yay! Although Cincinnati doesn't have HSPA+ 42, I'm kinda skeptical if we'll get in June o_O
David DiPilla Philly baby and nyc
Jason Vargas San Antonio was in May last month. What the F&$#@!!!!!!!
Hershell Tidwell Was hoping to see Portland, Or on the list.
F. Jay Ver Pittsburgh can has 4g?
K.j. Littlejohn Coming to Tulsa in May!! Hell yea!
Shan Munaweera Because AT&T is so affordable.. lol
Steven Pereira I love how New England is covered by Boston and Cambridge.
Joshua Clark I cant wait to see those speeds in philly! I'd be happy with 10-15 mb/s
Reese Woodson Yup June (Los Angeles). Too bad I don't have T-Mobile. I have AT&T which had LTE out here for almost 2 years now........
P-Tee Mungai Nope I'm so switching at the end of my contract ain't paying hefty bills without LTE
Phil Ofthefuture Don't see St. Louis on there so i don't care.
Juwon Donte Yes so excited
Chris Roberts NOPE! No El Paso Texas :(
Jeremiah Glasper Chicago in June... cool
Joey Weeks LTE in Phoenix kicks ass already. Consistent 35 Megs down and 26 up
Matthew Munson Sadly not San Bernardino
Bill Gillespie woo philly

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