Leaked T-Mobile memo shows next cities planned for 3G?

Are you a current T-Mobile subscriber? Yes? Wish you could have 3G, but your city is not supported? Well, fret no more, because a leaked T-Mobile memo appears to show a whole bunch of cities which will have access to 3G by the years end.

The memo was posted on TMO News, and is still technically a rumor, but it looks fairly legit. We've compiled the list below for you, but if that isn't good enough, please look further down to see an image of the memo itself. (note: the list below is for 3G in Q3 of this year)

Little Rock, Ark.
Hartford, Conn.
Wichita, Kan.
Charlotte, N.C.
Albuquerque, N.M.
Omaha, Nev.
Rochester, N.Y.
Cleveland, Ohio.
Nashville, Tenn.
El Paso, Texas.
Salt Lake City, Utah.
Spokane, Wash.
Milwaukee, Wis.

The memo also states, "and more," at the end, but it seems any other places they have in mind haven't been confirmed or aren't worthy of a mention for whatever reason. Additionally, in Q4, expect T-Mobile 3G to be available in Honolulu, Jacksonville, Louisville, Oklahoma City and Pittsburgh. As mentioned, the memo is included below, and shows the full list of planned cities.

Perhaps this will see other carriers step up their game in terms of coverage; only time will tell.

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Barely any phones use T-mobiles 3G frequency(1700MHz). Only one that comes to mind is the G1. I dont see this helping many people if most don't have phones that support it.