T-Mobile has reached its goal of covering 200 million people with its Ultra Capacity 5G by the end of 2021.
The Federal Communications Commission (FCC) is auctioning off a new round of mid-band spectrum for 5G.
Qualcomm has announced a major milestone for 5G, demonstrating how fast mmWave 5G is compared with slower varieties.
GE and Verizon have partnered to power a cross-industry GE testbed with Verizon’s 5G Ultra Wideband.
The iPhone 13 will reportedly widen support for mmWave, brining it to iPhones sold internationally, rather than just the US models.
T-Mobile continues to be the carrier to beat in the US 5G race, adding “most reliable 5G” to its list of accolades.
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.
The FCC has finally revealed the winners of its mid-band spectrum auction, and Verizon, AT&T and T-Mobile came out on top.
Qualcomm has introduced the Snapdragon X65, the world’s first 5G modem with 10 gigabit support.
The FCC’s mid-band spectrum auction has concluded its initial phase, and the bidding reveals carriers are all-in on mid-band.
Verizon has announced that unlimited 5G, both Ultra Wideband and nationwide, is now available for its prepaid customers.
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.
T-Mobile has doubled the extent of its mid-band 5G coverage in just a month, with plans to provide coverage to 100 million by year’s end.
Verizon, Ericsson and Qualcomm have hit another major 5G milestone, delivering download speeds of 5 Gbps.
In combination with Apple’s 5G iPhone 12 launch, Verizon has announced the immediate availability of its nationwide 5G network.
T-Mobile has used new radio carrier aggregation to boost 5G performance, combining mid-band downloads with low-band uploads.
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.