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    T‑Mobile Launches Worlds First Nationwide Standalone 5G Network


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    This is awesome! Thanks Jake.






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    Now 5G will really start to shine. Can't wait to see how coverage compares to lte.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Joeybutts View Post
    Now 5G will really start to shine. Can't wait to see how coverage compares to lte.

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    How fast can they roll this out? And does this have any implications with mid band and high band 5g? Thanks


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    Quote Originally Posted by cnotes20191 View Post
    How fast can they roll this out? And does this have any implications with mid band and high band 5g? Thanks


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    They did it already. Well, n41 will be able to run on its own from lte, as well as the other mid bands when the move them over to NR.

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    No phones and devices in the market which supports 5G SA yet...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Androided View Post
    No phones and devices in the market which supports 5G SA yet...
    All the Galaxy S20 5G models support SA.

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    Quote Originally Posted by loboheeler View Post
    All the Galaxy S20 5G models support SA.
    I think S20's need an update to support SA. Supposedly the update is being rolled out but I haven't received it yet.

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    That's great, I just ordered a Note 20 Ultra 5g, will see how that goes.

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    Most the so called "SA 5G" is on low band N71, it is not better than current LTE.
    There is no third party phone supports n71 yet.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Androided View Post
    Most the so called "SA 5G" is on low band N71, it is not better than current LTE.
    There is no third party phone supports n71 yet.


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    The 5g I am getting in Los Angeles is twice as fast as 4g. I do not have mid band here yet.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Verhouzen View Post
    The 5g I am getting in Los Angeles is twice as fast as 4g. I do not have mid band here yet.
    On low band n71 5G ?

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    Yes. At least I believe that's what I have. It's not 2.5. I've gotten a high as 195 down on 5g and a max of 95 down in 4g. This is a generalization. I usually test both and 5g has typically been twice as fast. I have 5g nr.
    Quote Originally Posted by Androided View Post
    On low band n71 5G ?

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