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 www.t-mobile.com/5Gmap, 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 VerHIDEzon.com campaign aimed at ensuring greater carrier transparency.