T-Mobile promises better Twin Cities coverage

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T-Mobile, in a heated bid to swipe AT&T customers, has announced that it is upgrading service in three urban areas: Minneapolis-St. Paul, Seattle and Atlanta.

The company's Chief Technology Officer Neville Ray blogs that customers by the holidays will notice better "voice and data enhancements, improved signal strength and in-building coverage."

The company says it has already enhanced the network in 18 other major metro areas.

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