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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 is back with new “If 5G Were” comparison

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T-Mobile is back with another one of its “If 5G Were…” comparison series.  This time, the Un-Carrier has decided to compare their 5G network with its rivals through the use of… ice cream! Yes, you read that right– Ice Cream.  If you’ve been living under a rock this whole time, T-Mobile’s “If 5G Were…” series compares T-Mo’s 5G network with its rivals to that of ordinary objects. The network provider previously used ice sculptures and … [read full article]

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

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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 … [read full article]

T-Mobile continues “If 5G Were…” series with Super Bowl’s experience

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Earlier today, T-Mobile’s President of Technology, Neville Ray, released a blog post where he talked about 5G and what real broad and deep 5G can do. The CEO explained how the real 5G network was fully experienced at last Sunday’s Super Bowl. This was when T-Mobile made permanent upgrades to its network throughout the Tampa Bay area.  The executive also shared that the stadium had an average 5G speed of 1Gbps over the weekend. And for those … [read full article]