T-Mobile has finally launched its LTE network today in seven different markets. The markets are Baltimore, MD; Houston, TX; Kansas City, KS; Las Vegas, NV; Phoenix, AZ; San Jose, Calif.; and Washington, D.C. and New York will be on the way in early summer. The Uncarrier is planning on rolling out its LTE with expectation of reaching 100 million Americans by midyear and 200 million by the end of 2013. But it can’t be a LTE launch without phones to support the network, the Blackberry z10 is the first LTE device and is available today for a $99 down payment. On April 12th, iPhone 5 will be coming to T-Mobile at $99 down payment with the HTC One coming later in April. And on May 1st the Galaxy S 4 will also be coming on T-Mobile LTE network. Current T-Mobile owners of the Galaxy Note 2 will be able to connect to LTE via Software update and the carrier will re-release the Galaxy S 3 with LTE. Those who don’t have LTE in their area yet can still purchase the phone, you’ll just be connected to their HSPA+ network which is still good. T-Mobile looks to be on the rise right now and with the possible merger with MetroPCS looking more and more to happen it can only it get for them.