T-Mobile is setting the stage for an improved 5G experience as it ramps up its network with a major boost to speeds and expanded availability of Voice over New Radio (VoNR) service. The Uncarrier’s 5G SA (Standalone) can now reach speeds of up to 3.3Gbps, while Apple has officially added US support for 5G SA through the iOS 16.4 Beta update. The carrier currently covers 325 million people across 1.9 million square miles and plans to reach 300 million people by the end of this year with Ultra Capacity coverage. Moreover, T-Mobile is expanding VoNR services in four additional cities and expects to cover 100 million people over the coming months. This move makes T-Mobile the first U.S. carrier to offer VoNR service for business customers, giving them access to high quality voice calls over their 5G network with minimal latency or jitter which is perfect for business applications like unified communication tools, chatbots or even video conferencing technologies used by businesses today. In another first, T-Mobile achieved the world’s first 4-carrier aggregation data call on its 5G SA network using a commercial device, allowing data speeds to jump significantly when compared to 3CA connections that are in use today. Samsung Galaxy S23 users will get access to faster internet speeds as they will be among the first who will get to experience 4-carrier aggregation later this year on T-Mobile’s 5G network.
As more customers transition into using 5G technology, T-Mobile aims to make sure they have a seamless experience by leveraging its expansive network coverage and lightning-fast speeds that come along with it. With faster download and upload speeds compared to traditional 4G LTE connections, customers can enjoy an optimized networking experience when streaming media content online without any buffering issues or lag in performance owing to congestion on busy networks commonly seen on 4G/LTE connections. At a time where majority of businesses rely heavily on digital technology for processes such as working from home or telecommuting due surging interest in remote work culture, they need a reliable connection capable of handling multiple tasks simultaneously without slowing down their operations or disrupting customer service quality standards that they follow rigorously. By providing enhanced speed and better network coverage options at competitive pricing plans available nationwide, T-Mobile has become one of the go-to carriers for businesses looking for true scalability solutions that are both reliable and cost effective in nature at the same time.
T-Mobile keeps expanding its 5G coverage not only because it means better speed and broader coverage but also because it opens up opportunities for innovation that would otherwise remain unexplored under traditional cellular infrastructure setups due to limited capabilities associated with them such as slower download/upload speed ceilings or higher latency levels experienced during peak times due congestion control mechanisms in place preventing users from consistently getting optimum performance out of their existing subscriptions without any frustrating interruptions.