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T-Mobile Starts Expanding 5G Using Sprint Assets

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Apr 21, 2020, 9:02 AM   by Rich Brome   @rbrome

T-Mobile is beginning to launch 5G network upgrades that utilize assets of the former Sprint network. In Philadelphia, customers can now access 5G using both low-band (band 71) and mid-band (band 41) radio spectrum, offering better mix of coverage, capacity, and speed. T-Mobile will make this upgrade next in New York City, where the company also operates a mmWave 5G network, so customers there will be able to access 5G in all three classes of radio frequencies, offering an even better experience. T-Mobile is also launching low-band 5G in Detroit, St. Louis, and Columbus, Ohio today. Finally, the Sprint-branded Samsung Galaxy S20 will gain access to T-Mobile's "nationwide" low-band 5G network later this month.

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Mark_S

Apr 22, 2020, 11:31 AM

T-Sprint

As for data, I get it, but voice????
voice does not run over 5G (yet)
 
 
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