Map of T-Mobile's 700 MHz spectrum

The map below shows T-Mobile's 700 MHz A, B and C block licenses and leases (pink) and licenses pending FCC approval or sale closing (orange shaded). Officially announced markets where 700 MHz band 12 network has been deployed have a circled 12 placed on them. T-Mobile markets band 12 network as Extended Range LTE-700 MHz. The green circles are TV channel 51 stations protected by the FCC rules. A-block spectrum cannot be used in the green circles until the stations relocate to lower channels. Click on the stations in the green circles for more information. 

Questions about the licenses, devices, TV stations, and the 600 MHz auction? Ask /r/tmobile community. The binocular and circled "12" markers on the map do not represent actual coverage.

2014, 2015, 2016, and 2017 events

April 2017
January 2018
  • US Cellular agreed to sell partial 700A licenses covering Western Kansas and Western Upper Peninsula of Michigan to T-Mobile. The deal was closed in April 2018. The licenses cover half a million people.
June 2018
  • T-Mobile is buying 700B block license covering three Ohio counties (see the map). T-Mobile is leasing the license during the review so it's available immediately.
  • T-Mobile is buying two 700A licenses covering six southern Texas counties.
September 2018
  • The transactions above have been closed.
http://maps.spectrumgateway.com/t-mobile-700-mhz-spectrum.html

After the 600 MHz auction all channel 51 stations will free up the spectrum within 39 months. Note that the green service contours are not the exact boundaries of the exclusion zones. For details see this page

Do you want to know who are the license holders of other areas? Check Spectrum Omega map out (click on the first "700 MHz A block" line in the sidebar).

Besides the areas on the map above the majority of the A block spectrum is not available for sale. Spectrum Gateway estimates licenses covering 10 million more people could be sold to T-Mobile in 2017-2018.