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T-Mobile breaks new Standalone 5G record

Once again, T-Mobile’s engineers have set the bar for the 5G industry.  T-Mobile today revealed that they were able to aggregate three channels of mid-band 5G spectrum and were able to reach over 3Gbps speeds on its standalone 5G network. This is a remarkable achievement since it is the first time it has been done using a commercial device.  What’s even more remarkable about this accomplishment is that the engineers only used the mid-band spectrum. They did … [read full article]

T-Mobile unleashes VoNR technology

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In its latest announcement, T-Mobile revealed that they have started lighting up Voice over 5G (VoNR). In doing this, they are able to bring the only nationwide standalone 5G network in the country to the next level.  With the help of VoNR, call set-up times can be delivered slightly faster. This means that there will be less delays between the time a number is dialed and when the phone starts ringing.  Additionally, VoNR brings T-Mobile a … [read full article]

T-Mobile executives talk about strategy in maintaining mid-band 5G lead

A few weeks ago, T-Mobile revealed that its mid-band 5G network now covers more than 200 million people in the country. With this accomplishment, T-Mobile plans to maintain this lead.  T-Mobile’s VP for Device and Technology, Ryan Sullivan, and T-Mobile’s SVP, Network Technology & Strategy, Karri Kuoppamaki recently spoke with Phone Scoop. The two executives talked about how they intend to maintain the lead in mid-band 5G even with the impending launch of Verizon and … [read full article]

T-Mobile’s 5G network achieves new milestone

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T-Mobile recently announced it has reached a new milestone with its 5G network.  Standalone 5G is an area that T-Mobile is leading in. And recently, the Un-Carrier was able to pull off the first 5G standalone (SA) New Radio Dual Connectivity (NR DC) data call under a commercial network. What this means is that T-Mo was able to combine 2.5GHz spectrum (n41) with millimeter wave (n260). And as a result, they were able to boost download speeds … [read full article]

T-Mobile’s C-Band auction win further solidifies company as 5G leader

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In the midst of a pandemic, T-Mobile has chosen to invest over $9.3 billion in the recently conducted C-Band auction by the Federal Communications Commission (FCC). As a result, the company has been able to acquire additional mid-spectrum that can further their 5G leadership in the country.  Today, T-Mobile’s 5G network covers 287 million people with Extended Range 5G and 125 million people with Ultra Capacity 5G. Their goal is to cover 200 million people with Ultra … [read full article]

T-Mobile standalone 5G improved coverage in rural areas

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Early in February, T-Mobile revealed its numbers and how it managed to get its best year despite an ongoing pandemic. Part of the reasons for its success in 2020 is the fact that the company was able to launch low-band, standalone 5G that helped them expand their rural coverage. By switching this network on, the company was able to expand its 5G coverage by 30 percent.  According to T-Mobile’s claims, its 5G signal already covers almost … [read full article]

T-Mobile invests in Drone Racing League to help develop 5G drone technology

T-Mobile announced today that it’s investing in the Drone Racing League to help develope 5G drone racing tech. The two companies are teaming up to create the first racing drones with 5G built in, including the creation of the first custom racing drones powered by T-Mobile 5G that’ll be used during the 2021 DRL Allianz World Championship Season T-Mo and the DRL say that they want to authentically build 5G-equipped drones into the sport of … [read full article]

T-Mobile Galaxy Note 20 update adds standalone 5G support as other Samsung, OnePlus, LG updates hit

T-Mobile’s got several software updates rolling out as we head into the weekend, including new Galaxy Note 20 and Note 20 Ultra releases that should make owners of those Samsung flagships pretty happy. T-Mobile has begun pushing an update to the Samsung Galaxy Note 20 and Note 20 Ultra that includes support for standalone 5G. T-Mo’s Des Smith confirmed this update today, saying that it also includes security patches and bug fixes. PSA (Public Software Announcement): … [read full article]

T-Mobile’s OnePlus 7T Pro 5G McLaren receiving update with standalone 5G support

Another T-Mobile phone is now being updated to support standalone 5G. The OnePlus 7T Pro 5G McLaren is receiving an update to version 10.0.39.HD61CB. This 190MB update brings support for T-Mobile standalone 5G, which launched last month and increased T-Mo’s overall 5G coverage by 30 percent. This changelog also mentions the August 2020 security patches, but those were included in the OnePlus 7T Pro 5G McLaren update that was released one month ago. The final … [read full article]

T-Mobile’s Galaxy A71 5G getting new update that adds standalone 5G support

A couple of days after T-Mobile updated its Galaxy Note 10+ 5G to support standalone 5G, another Samsung phone has begun receiving the same feature. The Samsung Galaxy A71 5G is now getting an update that includes standalone 5G support. In addition to enabling SA 5G connectivity, this update brings improved camera performance and the September 1, 2020 security patches to the A71 5G. T-Mobile hasn’t yet updated its Galaxy A71 5G support page with … [read full article]