T-Mobile turns on standalone 5G nationwide network

It’s a massive leap forward for 5G coverage

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The Un-Carrier Leads the Way

After spending many years as a second-rate carrier behind the likes of Verizon, T-Mobile is making a push to be seen as the best. It has made some major strides in the past few years, including Tuesday’s activation of its standalone 5G network and its merger with Sprint earlier this summer.

Room to Grow

If a 30 percent increase in coverage sounds impressive, that’s because it is. However, T-Mobile says that there is still plenty of room for improvement in the future.

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