T-Mobile signs $2.67 bn contract with U.S. Navy

T-Mobile has won a $2.67 billion contract from the U.S. Department of the Navy to offer wireless services and equipment for the next 10 years.
T-Mobile retail networkThe contract includes voice, data, fixed wireless solutions, Internet of Things and mobility management solutions.

The Spiral 4 contract award is a testament to T-Mobile’s leading 5G network and to our focus on building solutions that meet the critical needs of our government customers, said David Bezzant, Vice President of Sales, T-Mobile for Government.

T-Mobile said this new contract replaces the previous iteration, Spiral 3, in response to changes in industry standards and technological advancements. Since participating in Spiral 3 starting in 2017, T-Mobile has significantly grown its range of services for government operations.

T-Mobile launched 5G Advanced Network Solutions, a portfolio of 5G solutions and applications — like 5G private and hybrid networks — that meet specific performance needs of government agencies.

T-Mobile also introduced Government Internet, a 5G fixed wireless solution that can function as the main internet connection or as unlimited backup, enhancing reliability and support for critical communications.

T-Mobile and 3rd Eye Technologies are making it easier for government agencies to stay compliant with federal message archiving laws with a ready-to-use solution that securely captures and stores SMS and MMS message logs.

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