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Results from new study shows T-Mobile continues 5G lead in performance

T-Mobile continues its streak as the US carrier with the most reliable 5G network, most 5G coverage, and highest active 5G download and upload speeds. And they have the results of a new report to prove it.  Earlier today, independent research firm, umlaut, released the results of its US 5G Audit on 5G Performance in the US. The nationwide study included 3 billion samples from … [read full article]

T-Mobile will no longer claim it has ‘most reliable 5G’ network

T-Mobile will no longer be using the claim of having the “most reliable 5G” in its advertising. This is after it failed to get the approval of the National Advertising Review Board (NARB).  As reported by Fierce Wireless, T-Mobile said that it will follow the recommendations of the board. The Un-carrier started using the claim based on the results of umlaut’s April 2021 testing. Unfortunately, … [read full article]

NAD: T-Mobile can’t use “most reliable” slogan on ads

T-Mobile is on the hot seat right now over its advertising claims of having the “most reliable” 5G network. This claim, of course, comes from umlaut’s latest survey. But apparently, the National Advertising Division (NAD) has ruled that T-Mo cannot advertise based on this claim. T-Mobile plans to appeal the decision.  This issue first arose after AT&T challenged the claims that the Un-carrier made on TV and online ads. It caught the attention of the NAD, which … [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 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 tops latest 5G network study… again

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T-Mobile has once again topped the findings of an independent research firm as the carrier with the fastest 5G speeds and greatest 5G availability. And this seems to be supported by a second report that said T-Mobile has a “commanding lead in 5G.” The first report comes from umlaut, which examined the 5G performance of carriers in four major markets: Norfolk, VA; Indianapolis, IN; Detroit, MI; and San Bernardino … [read full article]

Report says T-Mobile has most reliable 5G network

T-Mobile is at it again! A new report has named T-Mobile as the carrier with the most reliable 5G network.  This new recognition comes from umlaut’s latest report. According to the independent research firm, the Un-Carrier’s customers get the most 5G coverage, best 5G speeds, and most reliable 5G network. Of course, this is all thanks to the nationwide availability of its wireless network.  The report also took … [read full article]

T-Mobile receives third recognition this month for its 5G speed and availability

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And yet again, T-Mobile lands on the top spot of another independent report.  Today, Opensignal has released its latest report that collects data based on real world customer usage from millions of device measurements. According to the data released, T-Mobile has the fastest and most available 5G signal compared to everyone else.  The data also showed that T-Mobile’s 5G download speeds jumped by up to 23% while its rivals remained an unchanged number since the start of … [read full article]