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T-Mobile Says 5G Network On Deck for 2020

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Nov 16, 2017, 4:38 PM   by Eric M. Zeman   @zeman_e

T-Mobile today said it will deploy 5G across much of the country within a few years using its low-band 600 MHz spectrum. “We’re committed to drive a 5G rollout by 2020 across the nation,” said T-Mobile CTO Neville Ray during an investor conference. That doesn’t mean T-Mobile is ignoring high-band spectrum, which competitors AT&T and Verizon are pursuing. “There’s been a lot of discussion of millimeter wave and the kind of surgical, tactical deployments of 5G, and we’ll be there too. But we’ll deploy in the 600 MHz for 5G as we move into the next decade.” AT&T, T-Mobile, and Verizon Wireless are all pushing to deploy 5G technologies as soon as possible even though the standard has not been defined. Al three are already pushing out gigabit LTE, a stepping stone to 5G. AT&T is its own 5G technology in Houston and Indianapolis. T-Mobile didn’t say what markets might see potential 5G service first.

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wecivus

Nov 16, 2017, 5:06 PM

WHY?????

i cant even get a decent 3G or 4G LTE signal in my local grocery store! I dont live in a very rural area either. Suburbs of ATL. Why cant they finish LTE first? i would MUCH rather be able to do basic search or make a phone call/text everywhere before i need the ability to download a 4K movie in 4 seconds to my mobile. i realize there are good uses for 5G, but i think the majority (99%) of users would prefer a better 4G network over 5G. Please put more capex into building macro/small cells before 5G!
Every provider has weak/dead zones and probably always will. It's just an inherent problem with technology that depends on line of sight and signals not being able to penetrate certain materials. There's also costs involved if towers are full and th...
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