T-Mobile is continuing to roll out their super-speedy HSPA+ network, announcing coverage in areas of upstate New York, Connecticut, and Rhode Island. Specifically:

As the company continues to aggressively broaden its HSPA+ network in the New York City metropolitan area, including New Jersey and Long Island, T-Mobile announces the further build-out and widespread availability – right now – of its super-fast network in adjoining regions, including Upstate New York (Albany, Buffalo, Rochester and Syracuse), Connecticut (Hartford, New Haven, Milford and Stamford) and Providence, R.I. Already live in Philadelphia, as well the Washington, D.C. suburbs, T-Mobile's HSPA+ network will expand into Boston and Washington, D.C. in the coming weeks, further enhancing the Northeast corridor with 4G speeds. In addition, customers in Memphis, Tenn., and Las Vegas, also now can stay connected on T-Mobile's high-speed mobile broadband network.

But the rest of the eastern seaboard shouldn't feel left out—T-Mo says Boston and Washington D.C. metro areas will get HSPA+ in coming weeks. Sounds like they might make good on their ambitious promise to bring HSPA+ to over 100 metro markets by the end of the year. [Boy Genius Report]