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T-Mobile introduces T-Mobile WFX


Earlier this week, T-Mobile released a blog post inviting everyone to join its webcast where it will be making the next big 5G-powered announcement. Now that the announcement has been made, we’re finally getting an idea on what T-Mo’s next big move is about. 

During the webcast, T-Mobile CEO Mike Sievert took the wraps off of T-Mobile WFX. This comes with three new solutions that are designed to help businesses make necessary changes in a post-pandemic workplace. 

Now that the vaccines against the health crisis have rolled out and are being administered to individuals, many are already looking forward to being able to get their lives back to normal. And part of that is to return to the office. But if there’s one thing this pandemic has taught us, it’s that things will definitely change. 

One of the changes that businesses have to get accustomed to is that people are no longer limited to working from an office. In fact, there are plenty of different tools and technologies that help individuals work from about anywhere in the world. And this is what T-Mobile WFX and T-Mobile’s 5G network intends to do. 

T-Mobile WFX

T-Mobile WFX includes the following:

During the webcast, Sievert shared:

“The pandemic pushed the fast forward button on the future of work, giving us a decade’s worth of progress in a year’s time. And it’s clear that work will never be the same. Tomorrow’s workplace won’t be anything like the old work from office (WFO) world, and it won’t be like today’s work from home (WFH) world. It’ll be something new: the work from anywhere (WFX) world. And T-Mobile WFX and our 5G network arrive at the right time to help businesses meet this moment head on… and come out the other side stronger.”

This new initiative by T-Mobile will definitely play a big role in helping businesses thrive in the days ahead. In fact, 9 out of 10 U.S. enterprises are planning for a future where employees will work remotely at least three days a week.

With T-Mobile Home Office Internet, users get access to a separate, high-security connection that will allow them to be productive. The features of T-Mobile Home Office Internet include the following:

Upon launch, T-Mobile Home Office Internet will be able to cover over 60 million households, which is close to half of all the homes in the country. By 2025, they plan to grow that coverage to 90 million households. 


T-Mobile Collaborate

Another product under T-Mobile WFX is T-Mobile Collaborate, a suite of mobile-first, cloud-based solutions that work on any mobile device, anywhere.

With this, users get access to:

T-Mobile Collaborate is powered by Dialpad, an industry leader in mobile-first communication and collaboration technology. The partnership has pushed T-Mobile Ventures to make a strategic equity investment in Dialpad. They also hold an observer seat on the company’s board of directors. 


Enterprise Unlimited

Before 5G, enterprises paid hundreds of millions to manage their data plans using estimates. With 5G, T-Mobile wants to help enterprises use this to their advantage. Enterprise Unlimited offers the following perks:

T-Mobile Home Office Internet plans start at $90 per line per month. Enterprise Unlimited with T-Mobile Collaborate starts at $37 per line per month. 

You can learn more about T-Mobile WFX here

Source: T-Mobile 

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