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    T-Mobile & OnePlus testing 5G on Bands 2+66 for the 7T Pro McLaren

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    Does anyone know if the S20 with T-Mobile 5G (600 MHz) can use Carrier Aggregation with the New Band 41 5G? Also, add in T- Mobile LAA ( 5GHz) with 5G with the other two?

    I like the sound of Band 2/66 with 5G but I just don’t see this as something happening with 5G on Band 2/66 Until maybe the end of the year at best. There are just too few 5GNR handsets out there and the new band 41 is all greenfield spectrum to T-Mobile.

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    Quote Originally Posted by shilohcane View Post
    Does anyone know if the S20 with T-Mobile 5G (600 MHz) can use Carrier Aggregation with the New Band 41 5G? Also, add in T- Mobile LAA ( 5GHz) with 5G with the other two?

    I like the sound of Band 2/66 with 5G but I just don’t see this as something happening with 5G on Band 2/66 Until maybe the end of the year at best. There are just too few 5GNR handsets out there and the new band 41 is all greenfield spectrum to T-Mobile.
    No 71+41 of any shape or form, and also nothing for 46 with NR either.

    I’m not sure they’ll dip their toes in n25 or n66 either honestly. Eventually sure, but this early on doesn’t seem like a smart decision. A 60-100 MHz n41 carrier along with n71 will do them well when this year’s iPhone comes out, assuming they’re that far in the rollout. It will be interesting to see how their network handles it. AT&T’s 5G speed component outside of mmW like T-Mobile’s today comes from all of the aggregated midband carriers. I wonder if carriers will see a 5G crash like AT&T did with the release of the iPhone 3G or AT&T and Verizon did with the iPhone 5 for LTE... Sprint’s LTE network was already bad by the time the 5 rolled around, so that’s a false equivalency.


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