Tag Archives: 5G

T-Mobile uses gingerbread houses in new If 5G Were series

Leave it to T-Mobile to get creative when it comes to talking about their 5G network coverage.  T-Mobile has released a new If 5G Were visual comparison guide to demonstrate the wide coverage gap it has with its rival networks. To celebrate the season, T-Mobile has decided to use gingerbread houses to display just how far ahead their 5G coverage is compared to AT&T and Verizon.  In the comparison photo, T-Mobile’s gingerbread house is almost 2x … [read full article]

T-Mobile CEO confirms rolling out 5G NR CA

Earlier today, T-Mobile’s President of Technology, Neville Ray, hoped on Reddit to answer some 5G questions. It was his first Reddit AMA and he was asked some really interesting questions.  One of the questions thrown at him was about standalone 5G and 5G carrier aggregation. And as shared by The T-Mo Report, Ray confirmed NR CA (New Radio Carrier Aggregation) will be rolling out by the end of the year and into next year. The … [read full article]

Analysts believe T-Mobile offers better unlimited 5G plan value


T-Mobile has earned the top spot in a recently conducted study into the 5G plans offered by the major carriers in the country.  As reported by FierceWireless, T-Mo’s pricing stands out among its competitors in a recent research conducted by MoffettNathanson. And as revealed by the firm, T-Mobile offers cheaper unlimited 5G plan prices compared to its rivals; especially when it comes to family plan prices.  As observed by analyst Craig Moffett: “Our analysis underscores T-Mobile’s … [read full article]

T-Mobile unveils new partnership with Alaska Airlines

The people have spoken… or at least, the people over at Alaska Airlines. Earlier today, the airline company revealed that it has chosen T-Mobile as its preferred wireless provider. With the announcement, the two have partnered together to reinvent customer service and change their own industries.  In its announcement, Alaska Airlines revealed that they are able to go all-in on T-Mobile by migrating the majority of their mobility business. By using T-Mobile’s nationwide 5G network, the airline … [read full article]

T-Mobile executives answer 5G questions


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


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


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]