T-Mobile USA has just announced its new 4G LTE services, and along with it confirmed a handful of new devices.

On the Android side, upcoming phones include the Samsung Galaxy S4, Galaxy Note 2 and HTC One. The Galaxy S4 is set to arrive in Q2, while the has a HTC One "spring" launch window attached. The Galaxy Note 2, currently on sale on T-Mo, will get an over-the-air update to allow it to use the carrier's LTE network.

The Galaxy S4 and HTC One will both sell for $99 on 24-month "installment" plans.

T-Mobile's LTE network is live today in its first seven markets -- Baltimore, Houston, Kansas City, Las Vegas, Phoenix, San Jose, and Washington, D.C. 


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T-Mobile announces new Android 4G LTE devices


I'm getting the One so LTE has to come to my city so I can enjoy the phone's speed. Refreshing my browser quickly would be awesome so I won't be the "2nd caller" on Craigslist.

It stinks that T-Mobile’s new LTE network hasn’t released in Denver just yet. I bought the new HTC One and it’s still plenty fast on their 4G network, but I am excited about using LTE soon. I took a little vacation last weekend from my job at DISH and got a taste of how fast T-Mobile’s LTE network is in Vegas. During my trip, I would keep up with my shows using the DISH Anywhere app and it was nice to see a much clearer picture thanks to LTE.