T-Mobile follows “If 5G Were…” comparison series with blankets


In continuing with its “If 5G Were…” comparison series, T-Mobile has once again come up with a new way to compare its own 5G network with its rivals. 

This time, T-Mobile is using blankets to show the difference between their 5G network and that of Verizon. 

T-Mobile shares that its 5G network is able to cover 1.6 million square miles of the country, which is over double the size of AT&T’s network and almost four times the size of Verizon’s. 

And by using blankets to make that reference, T-Mobile showed a mannequin wrapped in a hooded magenta cloak with T-Mobile’s “T” logo on the back. Right beside it is another figure draping a black towel over its shoulders with a white “verwhyzon” written on one side. 

T-Mobile explains that when they say 5G for ALL, they truly mean it. T-Mobile writes that they want everyone in the country to be blanketed in their 5G coverage and “we’re already well on our way to making that a reality.”

With this blanket comparison, T-Mobile is literally covering the country with its 5G network. 


Source: T-Mobile

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  • Francisco Peña

    TMo Tuesday blanket!!

  • Paul

    I’ve been less then impressed with 5G, as has a buddy of mine. We were discussing it this past weekend. Hoping it is being addressed, but websites load as fast as they did on 4G LTE, so not seeing that big of an improvement as they have marketed.

    • I totally agree with you and im supposed in a “strong 5G area”. I don’t have the latest update on the Cylinder nor have i seen 400 or 200 since it arrived. I’m in double digits now.

      • DuckDuckGoose

        I am also in the double digits easily, almost gigabit speed in some locations.