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T-Mobile Announces Plan to Launch 5G Network in 2019 [Video]

T-Mobile Announces Plan to Launch 5G Network in 2019 [Video]

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T-Mobile has announced that will begin to rollout its next generation 5G network in 2019. The company plans to use a portion of its recently acquired low-band 600 MHz spectrum to deliver 5G coast to coast.

T-Mobile’s 600 MHz 5G network will deliver increased radio efficiency, immense numbers of connected devices, lower latency and improved battery life and reliability, all of which Mobile 5G will make possible. T-Mobile expects to deploy 5G in its low-band 600 MHz spectrum quickly across its existing nationwide macro network, in contrast with the carriers’ millimeter wave spectrum plans, which would require a number of small cells so massive that providing broad coverage would be impossible.

“The 600 MHz spectrum will allow 5G to be deployed nationwide, bringing the ultimate experiences to T-Mobile’s enterprise customers and consumers throughout the United States,” said Borje Ekholm, President and CEO, Ericsson. “We will support T-Mobile US with 5G radio development for this spectrum. Commercial availability of the product will be aligned with 3GPP standardization and ecosystem support.”

T-Mobile also noted that its 5G network will enable high bandwidth and massive throughput in urban areas using a combination of mid-band and millimeter wave spectrum. The network is targeted for full nationwide coverage in 2020.

Take a look at the video below for more details...

Me - May 4, 2017 at 11:28am
Damn, I love me some CEO with even more bling. Anybody?
Me - May 4, 2017 at 11:29am
Gold teeth pleazze
Ritard - May 3, 2017 at 2:51pm
Love t-mobile in Portland, LTE is fast, like really fast compering with ATT or Verizon!
iProService - May 3, 2017 at 7:26pm
We're in Portland, Oregon as well. Blazing fast downtown but non existent in rural areas like the Gorge where only Verizon seems to work.
Hmmm - May 3, 2017 at 1:46am
And will still be garbage in 2019. They can't even get LTE working correct and they're working on 5G. Smfh
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