T-Mobile says it wont charge extra for its customers to use the 5G network.
So mobile carriers also are deploying 5G on mid-band and low-band airwaves. The reason for this is that the first phones supporting T-Mobile's 5G will go on sale this Friday.
In a cheeky sci-fi themed promo video, featuring T-Mobiles President of Technology, Neville Ray, a pair of T-Mobile executives (including a hologram of T-Mobile CEO John Legere) mash a bunch of panels to prepare for the launch of 5G. If customers bring two lines to T-Mobile, theres a buy-one-get-one-free deal with the Galaxy Note10+ 5G. "The 5G future is bright, and it starts today". But they do travel farther and deliver indoor coverage. It is worth noting that T-Mobile has been tight-lipped about the speeds since the beginning.
T-Mobile today announced that its 600MHz 5G network has gone live across the United States, bringing 5G connectivity to those who have a compatible smartphone.
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Skeptics question whether low-band 5G provides enough of a performance difference to persuade consumers to upgrade to a new 5G capable phone.
T-Mobile's 4G LTE network covers more than 325 million people. It's not available in a pocket of coastal North County. It will be a broader 5G network for everyone.
While Sprint's and Verizon's 5G networks are available in select cities, with coverage further limited by the employed spectrum's ability to penetrate buildings (a weakness we experienced in our testing, especially with Verizon), T-Mobile claims its 5G network now covers one million square miles and 60% of the U.S. population.
T-Mobile just jumped ahead of schedule by launching its 5G network, meaning you won't have to wait until the planned December 6 date to test it out.