T-Mobile has said it is “the only adult in the room on 5G” as it takes Verizon, and to a lesser extent AT&T, to task over 5G claims.
Qualcomm has been granted an exemption, allowing it to sell 4G chips to Huawei despite the sanctions currently in effect agains the company.
Deutsche Telekom has successfully completed a test of aircraft-mounted 4G antennas, in an effort to improve coverage.
Dish Network has chosen Nokia for its 5G core network software as the satellite company rolls out its wireless network.
PCMag has released its 11th annual testing data of US wireless networks, and it doesn’t paint a pretty picture for the state of 5G.
The National Advertising Division (NAD), a division of BBB National Programs, has sided with T-Mobile on some of its advertising claims, while disputing others.
What’s important is that we are building a transformative 5G says Verizon CEO Hans Vestberg. It will have the ultra-wideband that nobody else has with the highest speeds in the world on 5G. Then we are going to have 5G nationwide in the second half.
T-Mobile will soon require all phones on its network to support 4G Voice over LTE (VoLTE) in an effort to free up spectrum.