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    T-Mobile Lights up 2.5 GHz in 5 more Cities

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    They should get the top 25 metros done by the end of the year, at least, if they keep this pace.

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    Interesting piece of that article claims Samsung's are compatible with n41 (2.5GHz), yet TMobile does not

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    Quote Originally Posted by Haas_Dave View Post
    They should get the top 25 metros done by the end of the year, at least, if they keep this pace.

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    The cities they are lighting up are ones where Sprint already had 2.5 GHz 5G service so it's much easier to light those up. And Sprint had 9 of those. Four of which are now using n41 for T-Mobile 5G. Atlanta, Dallas, KC, Phoenix and DC should be the next ones

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jack Hagar View Post
    DC should be the next ones
    I doubt DC will be quick. It was a Sprint Nokia market and is being converted to a T-Mobile Ericsson market. Although it's possible they will launch with only a few dozen sites (eg. similar to NYC).

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