T-Mobile has started the first nationwide 5G network across the United States, covering more than 200 million people and more than 5,000 cities and towns.
T-Mobile said its 5G network covers more than 1 million square miles, much of that in rural America.
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John Legere, CEO of T-Mobile, said T-Mobile’s 5G is based on real, standards-based 5G. Verizon first launched their own made-up version of 5G (5GTF), and AT&T started in 5G by deceiving customers with fake “5GE” which is LTE re-labeled.
T-Mobile’s network covers more than 60 percent of the population across more than 1 million square miles. Verizon and AT&T work in parts of some cities and won’t say how many square miles they cover.
T-Mobile’s 5G network covers 200 million people and more than 5,000 towns. That’s over 20,000 percent more towns than Verizon and AT&T. Verizon 5G works in parts of outdoor areas of 18 cities and in a few stadiums. AT&T 5G works for businesses in 21 cities and for consumers in parts of 5 cities later this year.
T-Mobile’s 5G goes through walls. Verizon’s 5G gets blocked by things like walls, windows and leaves, T-Mobile said.
5G access costs the same as LTE at T-Mobile. Verizon forces customers to pay $10 more per month for 5G or use a more expensive plan. AT&T forces customers into their most expensive plans.