Tag Archives: IoT

T-Mobile Partners With City of Bellevue to Reduce Traffic-Related Casualties

Did you know that in 2022, there were almost 43,000 traffic-related casualties in the US alone? This is a shocking number considering how advanced technology is becoming.  To address this, T-Mobile has partnered with the City of Bellevue by developing early warnings and notifications for potentially dangerous road interactions. The partnership will introduce network-based Cellular Vehicle-to-Everything (C-V2X) and 5G, which aim to reduce the number of deaths related to roadside accidents. Through this partnership, cars, traffic infrastructure, … [read full article]

HOPE Partners With T-Mobile’s as Its IoT and Network Provider

T-Mobile has gained a new partner today with the announcement of smart-city water refill stations of HOPE Hydration. With this announcement, HOPE has chosen T-Mo to be its IoT provider. They will be using T-Mo’s 5G network to offer an environmentally sustainable model to provide free, filtered, and temperature-controlled drinking water at major events and urban hubs throughout the US.  This initiative aims to help minimize the use of disposable water bottles that end up in landfills. … [read full article]

T-Mobile will be shutting off its 2G network in April 2024

If you’re still using T-Mobile’s 2G GSM network, you may need to update your device to a newer one– even if it’s just a 4G smartphone. This is because T-Mobile will be switching off its 2G GSM network on April 2, 2024.  On its website, the Un-carrier explained this move as: “Across the industry, wireless companies have retired older network technologies as part of an … [read full article]

T-Mobile launches nationwide Narrowband IoT network

One year after completing its first live network tests of Narrowband Internet of Things (NB-IoT) technology, T-Mobile has announced another major IoT milestone. T-Mo today launched its NB-IoT service nationwide. NB-IoT is a low power, wide area network LTE-Advanced tech that offers benefits like low power usage, long battery life, and low device cost. T-Mobile launched its NB-IoT in guard bands on its … [read full article]