America gets its first nationwide 5G network today, covering more than 200 million people and more than 1 million square miles, marking a critical first step and foundation for the New T-Mobile.

5G on 600 MHz spectrum goes far beyond the limitations of the carriers’ 5G. With clear 600 MHz spectrum reserved for 5G, T-Mobile is uniquely positioned to deliver 5G that covers more people in more places. Together with Sprint, the New T-Mobile has even bigger plans to supercharge 5G with a broad and deep network for all Americans.

Early adopters can get a cost effective 5G phone that will work indoors and outdoors across the country.

It’s on! T-Mobile ​today lit up the country’s first nationwide 5G network covering more than 200 million people and more than 5000 cities and towns all across the country.

Metro by T-Mobile will launch America’s first nationwide prepaid 5G on December 6. Because what good is advanced technology if not everyone — absolutely everyone — can get it?

“5G is here on a nationwide scale. This is a HUGE step towards 5G for All,” said John Legere, CEO of T-Mobile. “While Dumb and Dumber focus on 5G for the (wealthy few), launching in just a handful of cities — and forcing customers into their most expensive plans to get 5G —T-Mobile is committed to building a broad, deep nationwide 5G network that people and businesses can access at no extra cost with the New T-Mobile … and today is just the start of that journey.”

T-Mobile has published an interactive, zoomable 5G map at, so customers can see exactly where they’ll get 5G coverage, down to their neighborhoods. For months (231 days, to be exact), Verizon refused to publish 5G coverage maps, until the Un-carrier forced them to do so with a relentless campaign aimed at ensuring greater carrier transparency.