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    121 More Cities & Towns Just Got T‑Mobile’s Supercharged 5G

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    https://www.t-mobile.com/news/networ...ged-midband-5g



    New mid-band 5G cities and towns:

    Arkansas:
    Jacksonville
    Trumann

    Delaware:
    Wilmington

    Florida:
    Dunedin
    Key Vista
    Ridgecrest

    Georgia:
    Scottdale

    Illinois:
    Addison
    Belleville
    Bourbonnais
    Bradley
    Buffalo Grove
    Burbank
    Carol Stream
    Chicago Ridge
    Crestwood
    Elmwood Park
    Evergreen Park
    Forest Park
    Hazel Crest
    Hoffman Estates
    Indian Creek
    Kankakee
    Lake Zurich
    Lockport
    Lombard
    Lyons
    Markham
    Melrose Park
    Midlothian
    Mundelein
    Normal
    North Chicago
    Palos Hills
    Park Forest
    Paxton
    Plainfield
    River Grove
    Riverdale
    Romeoville
    Stone Park
    Streamwood
    Swansea
    Tinley Park
    University Park
    Vernon Hills
    Waterloo
    Wheaton
    Wheeling
    Woodridge
    Worth

    Indiana:
    Crown Point

    Maryland:
    Laurel
    Lochearn
    Parkville

    Massachusetts:
    Melrose
    Revere
    Saugus

    Michigan:
    Ypsilanti

    Minnesota:
    Hopkins
    Minneapolis
    St. Paul

    Missouri:
    Black Jack
    Cliff Village
    Dennis Acres
    Flordell Hills
    Grandview
    Houston Lake
    Joplin
    Lawson
    St. Joseph
    Warrensburg

    New Jersey:
    Atlantic City
    Clifton
    Echelon
    Edgewater
    Elmwood Park
    Englewood
    Fairview
    Franklin Center
    Garfield
    Jersey City
    Lodi
    Passaic
    Ridgefield
    Rockaway
    Trenton
    Victory Gardens
    Wallington
    Wood-Ridge

    New York:
    Amsterdam
    Franklin Square
    Lake Mohegan
    Shrub Oak
    South Hempstead
    Terryville
    University Gardens

    North Carolina:
    Cornelius
    Piney Green

    Ohio:
    Finneytown
    Sandusky

    Oklahoma:
    Broken Arrow

    Pennsylvania
    Chalfant
    Collingswood
    Duryea
    Lansdowne
    Levittown
    Liberty
    Millbourne
    North Braddock
    Phoenixville

    Tennessee:
    Lebanon
    Oak Ridge
    Sevierville
    Shelbyville

    Texas:
    Galena Park

    Virginia:
    Alexandria
    Arlington
    Norfolk
    Virginia Beach
    Washington








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    I find it interesting how T-Mobile effectively disses its own LTE network these days:

    The Un-carrier’s mid-band (2.5 GHz) 5G is the very best kind of 5G, delivering both broad coverage and super-fast speeds averaging around 300 Mbps — that’s 7.5x faster than LTE today

    Effectively stating its LTE's 'average' is good for ~40Mbps.

    In general, this is still good news on the rollout, and I'm glad that they're talking in 'averages' and not 'peaks'. While I have hit 'peak' of 300Mbps on T-Mobile, the average around my area (before Sprint network at least) is/was around 60-75Mbps. Dropoff/handover areas ~30Mbps, sometimes less. Peak areas 150-250Mbps typical.
    AT&T... your world, throttled.

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    Quote Originally Posted by formercanuck View Post
    I find it interesting how T-Mobile effectively disses its own LTE network these days:

    The Un-carrier’s mid-band (2.5 GHz) 5G is the very best kind of 5G, delivering both broad coverage and super-fast speeds averaging around 300 Mbps — that’s 7.5x faster than LTE today

    Effectively stating its LTE's 'average' is good for ~40Mbps.

    In general, this is still good news on the rollout, and I'm glad that they're talking in 'averages' and not 'peaks'. While I have hit 'peak' of 300Mbps on T-Mobile, the average around my area (before Sprint network at least) is/was around 60-75Mbps. Dropoff/handover areas ~30Mbps, sometimes less. Peak areas 150-250Mbps typical.
    40 Mbps isn’t really a diss at their network. If anything, it’s slightly optimistic for most people. Their measured average on Ookla is around 33 Mbps. Closer to 50 on modern devices, but not everyone has access to those.

    https://www.speedtest.net/global-ind...arket-analysis


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    I recently got 100 megabit download in Bowie, Maryland which has not been upgraded to midband 5G yet.. And this was only low band 5G/4G LTE. I probably was close to the tower.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jakeuten View Post
    40 Mbps isn’t really a diss at their network. If anything, it’s slightly optimistic for most people. Their measured average on Ookla is around 33 Mbps. Closer to 50 on modern devices, but not everyone has access to those.

    https://www.speedtest.net/global-ind...arket-analysis


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    Yeah... not all locations are equal. Some are more equal than others. Ookla is a measurement by users, so, I'd agree. It has to take in to account all devices running speedtests.

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    T-Mobile is on fire and the verizon and att lovers like brad simply can not accept it.

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    Just a reminder to all...continually disregarding our rules, and moderator requests to behave and communicate as if you’re an adult on this site will end in the loss of posting privileges. There is no need to insult each other, finger point, name call, etc to get your point across. If your point can’t be made without that, we don’t need to hear it.

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    Have they published a rollout schedule for mid-band?

    Is there an accurate mid-band coverage map?

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