Tag Archives: 5G

T-Mobile executives answer 5G questions

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T-Mobile executives, Ryan Sullivan and Karri Kuoppamaki, talked about some pressing concerns on 5G. This is in continuation of yesterday’s reportPCMag’s Sascha Segan spoke with the executives and learned these things about 5G: You can’t make 8K video calls on Magenta Max. T-Mobile will be able to take advantage of the Qualcomm X65’s three-carrier 5G aggregation in several different ways, allowing X65 phones (like the Samsung Galaxy S22) to show considerable performance improvements on … [read full article]

T-Mobile’s Ultra Capacity network now covers 200 million people

T-Mobile has once again reached a new milestone in its 5G 2021 goals. This time around, the Un-Carrier reveals that its Ultra Capacity 5G network now covers 200 million people around the country. This means that the majority of Americans now have access to their 5G network.  This achievement meets T-Mobile’s goal, which is to cover 200 million people in the country before the year ends. And they have achieved this weeks ahead of that deadline. The … [read full article]

T-Mobile announces new partnership with Qualcomm’s Snapdragon Spaces

T-Mobile has just signed a new partnership with Qualcomm Technologies, Inc.  In its announcement today, T-Mobile revealed that they are now the exclusive 5G launch partner in North America for the new Snapdragon Spaces XR Developer Platform of Qualcomm Technologies. The partnership also allows T-Mobile to directly work with developers and startups through the T-Mobile Accelerator program. With Snapdragon Spaces, participants can “build immersive 5G experiences for AR glasses across gaming, entertainment, and other industries starting in … [read full article]

T-Mobile executive says they are working on VoNR

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Update (11/01): Corrected a typo.   It looks like T-Mobile is working on Voice over New Radio (VoNR). This was earlier reported by Fierce Wireless after T-Mo’s President of Technology, Neville Ray, spoke to the publication. According to the executive, VoNR will allow the Un-carrier’s 5G network to handle voice calls and data.  Right now, T-Mobile customers with a 5G smartphone still use the carrier’s LTE network whenever they place a voice call. This is because T-Mobile … [read full article]

T-Mobile presenting Keynote at MWC 2021

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T-Mobile’s President of Technology, Neville Ray, will be presenting at the upcoming MWC 2021. He will be talking about T-Mobile’s 5G network progress, the competitive landscape, and opportunities ahead into the 5G era. If you are interested in joining the event, you can tune into the webcast tomorrow, October 26th at 10:57 am PT.  During the virtual event, there will be a live webcast of Ray’s talk. It will be available on this page.    Source: … [read full article]

T-Mobile has a new live speed-test billboard in VA

When it comes to advertising tactics, T-Mobile has just launched something innovative. As reported by Android Police, the Un-Carrier has unveiled a “live” speed test billboard in Norfolk, VA.  According to the report, the billboard displays the 5G network speeds of the three major carriers in the country. The billboard also shares that T-Mobile’s 5G network is reaching up to 600Mbps while Verizon’s is a lot slower than this number. AT&T is not even offering 5G … [read full article]

T-Mobile announces new T-Challenge for 5G startups and developers

T-Mobile has partnered with Deutsche Telekom to create T-Challenge. This is a global competition for startups and developers in the 5G space.  Earlier today, the two unveiled T-Challenge as a way for challenging startups and developers to come up with a more immersive shopping experience. They are hoping the participants in the competition will make use of more AR solutions in the shopping industry. As a result, shoppers get a more personalized and engaged experience.  The challenge … [read full article]

T-Mobile lands first place on three separate reports

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It looks like T-Mobile’s winning streak is far from over. After topping Opensignal’s study last week, T-Mobile added three more wins in 5G today.  The Un-carrier recently received the top marks on Ookla and umlaut’s Q3 5G reports. In addition to this, umlaut published a four-city 5G report on Louisville, Milwaukee, St. Louis, and Tampa. In the Ookla report, T-Mobile won or placed a tie in every category. Meanwhile, umlaut’s Q3 report named T-Mobile as the winner … [read full article]

T-Mobile uses pumpkins for new “If 5G Were” comparison series

Fall is here and that means it’s officially pumpkin season! T-Mobile is celebrating the occasion by using pumpkins to illustrate its “If 5G Were” comparison series. And this comes just in time as T-Mo received new recognition from Opensignal’s recent study. To continue with its “If 5G Were” series, the Un-Carrier used pumpkins to demonstrate how large its 5G network was in comparison to AT&T and Verizon.  As evidenced in the recent Opensignal report, T-Mobile’s … [read full article]

T-Mobile tops Opensignal’s Q3 5G Experience Report

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And again, T-Mobile has gained new recognition for its 5G speed and coverage.  Earlier today, Opensignal published its Q3 5G Experience Report. The study showed that the Un-Carrier received the top score for the best 5G availability, largest 5G reach, and fastest 5G upload and download speeds.  According to the report, T-Mobile’s average 5G download speed reached up to 118Mbps. This is a number that is twice as fast as its rivals. And in the last … [read full article]