Maps of T-Mobile's spectrum holdings

The maps below provide the information how much spectrum is licensed to T-Mobile in all US counties. Click on the counties to see how much bandwidth is available for T-Mobile in AWS, PCS and 700 MHz spectrum bands. If the licensed spectrum is not continuous the blocks are separated with a vertical line:
  • AWS: 10|10 MHz
The colors represent how much continuous spectrum is available for LTE downlink in AWS or PCS(*) band without carrier aggregation:
  • Black: 0 MHz
  • Yellow: 5 MHz
  • Green: 10 MHz
  • Red: 15 MHz (peak download speed of about 112 Mbps)
  • Magenta: 20 MHz (peak download speed of about 150 Mbps)
Together red and magenta colors show where T-Mobile can deploy Wideband LTE.

(*) in case the algorithm fails to find AWS spectrum for LTE it will try to find PCS spectrum for LTE. 

The first map below shows how much spectrum is available for LTE if 5 MHz is reserved for HSPA+ in the AWS band. This is the situation in many cities where HSPA+ network has been provided for many years already in the AWS band. In other markets where HSPA+ network was launched fairy recently it may not use AWS spectrum so 5 more MHz is available for LTE (see the last two maps). In case no AWS spectrum for LTE is available, the algorithm will try to find PCS spectrum for LTE (see Cincinnati, OH).

License information last updated on 1/15/2017



T-Mobile's spectrum holdings in counties as of 8/3/2014 (revision 3)



The second map shows how much spectrum is available for LTE if HSPA+ network requires 10 MHz downlink that can be provided in the PCS band. 



The last map shows how much spectrum is available for LTE if HSPA+ network uses only 5 MHz in the PCS band.

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Do you want to know who are the other license holders? Check out Spectrum Omega map.

Questions about the licenses, maps, and terminology? Ask /r/tmobile or T4GRU communities.