T-Mobile has been making headlines for its industry-leading 5G network, but how does its 5G Home Internet offering stack up?
T-Mobile has confirmed it will shut down Sprint’s LTE network, as the magenta carrier continues to absorb Sprint’s customers.
Verizon has announced a major expansion of its LTE Home Internet coverage, doubling its footprint, in addition to bringing 5G Home Internet to 7 new cities.
Qualcomm has announced a major milestone for 5G, demonstrating how fast mmWave 5G is compared with slower varieties.
Verizon has announced December 31, 2022 as the new shutdown date for its 3G CDMA network.
Verizon has made it clear that only their premium customers will have access to high-speed 5G, with lower tiers stuck on their slow nationwide 5G network.
Verizon has undercut its own 5G push, telling users to turn off 5G to conserve battery life.
Ericsson has released its Q4 2020 Ericsson Mobility Report, finding a total of 220 million 5G subscriptions worldwide.
Verizon has announced that unlimited 5G, both Ultra Wideband and nationwide, is now available for its prepaid customers.