T-Mobile’s LTE-U network is rolling out in select cities
Back in February, T-Mobile announced that it would begin using unassigned portions of the 5GHz spectrum to offer more bandwidth and coverage to its customers. The company called this ‘LTE-U,’ and said that it would start rolling out to customers in the spring. Well, it’s a bit past spring, but we’re now starting to see LTE-U go live in select cities.
T-Mobile says LTE-U is working in parts of Bellevue, WA; Brooklyn, NY; Dearborn, MI; Las Vegas, NV; Richardson, TX; and Simi Valley, CA.
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