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Hey dragon1562 and thanks for posting this great question. I did some digging and I do see we have some places that are gonna be updated to our LTE band so, that's still gonna be available. T-Mobile's always trying to make changes and move with the swing in technology and consistent improvement is always something we strive for. I'm guessing you've seen our News Room page with some of our info about network changes. We'll be as specific as we can if there's a specific area you're interested in getting coverage info on.
That is correct i have been paying close attention to improvements in coverage. All of which talked about the new spectrum that T-mobile acquired but none made mention to refarming specific markets. Although certain threads on Reddit would report improvements at times. Also the improvements have been noticeable trust me. I was in Detroit recently and I was pulling 80 to 120mb over LTE in the airport. Go back 2 years and i was lucky to pull 5mb down.
So to be clear there is still going to be a continued expansion of coverage using older spectrum licenses like band 2.