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#TBT: AT&T, Sprint launch IoT networks; T-Mo wins ‘Tappy’ lawsuit; FCC rolls back net neutrality … this week in 2017

Editor’s Note: RCR Wireless News goes all in for “Throwback Thursdays,” tapping into our archives to resuscitate the top headlines from the past. Fire up the time machine, put on those sepia-tinted shades, set the date for #TBT and enjoy the memories! Sprint to launch...

T-Mobile US in 2022: It’s time to ‘finish what we started’

Neville Ray, T-Mobile US president of technology, looks back and looks ahead  AUSTIN--T-Mobile US is inarguably in a strong position based on a rich spectrum portfolio, an astonishingly fast field deployment operation, and disciplined, clear-eyed network leadership from President of Technology Neville Ray. After a...

RootMetrics: Verizon’s 5G boosted by C-Band deployments, but T-Mo leads in speed

RootMetrics is only about halfway through the 125 U.S. cities that it tests every six months, but after 60 cities, it's releasing a look at what it's seeing so far in 5G test results. While the number of cities where each of the three...

#TBT: Wheeler tapped to head FCC; Clearwire moves closer to acquisition; What’s next for T-Mo? … this week in 2013

Editor’s Note: RCR Wireless News goes all in for “Throwback Thursdays,” tapping into our archives to resuscitate the top headlines from the past. Fire up the time machine, put on those sepia-tinted shades, set the date for #TBT and enjoy the memories! Wheeler nominated to...

Kagan: AT&T, Verizon using C-Band to catch up to T-Mobile US on 5G

Verizon Wireless and AT&T Mobility have been behind the eight-ball with regards to their C-band deployments, especially compared to T-Mobile US. After a painful delay in a competitive sense, both Verizon and AT&T have now turned on their 5G C-band networks and they are...

T-Mo ‘in the home stretch’ of Sprint integration, raises guidance

Carrier adds 589,000 postpaid phone customers, 338,000 home internet subs T-Mobile US says it is largely wrapping up the integration of Sprint this year, both in terms of the network and customers. The carrier reported 589,000 postpaid phone net additions in the first quarter and...

Verizon adds 194,000 fixed wireless access subs in Q1

Fixed wireless access emerging as battleground for Verizon, T-Mobile US...and cable companies While not as flashy as 5G applications like autonomous drones or precision robotics, fixed wireless access is proving to be a major new revenue driver for Tier 1 U.S. operators T-Mobile US and...

Deutsche Telekom increases its stake in T-Mobile US

Deutsche Telekom now holds 48.4% of T-Mobile US Deutsche Telekom has increased its participation in T-Mobile US after it paid $2.4 billion to Japanese operator SoftBank Group, according to a report by Bloomberg. With this move, the German operator is closer to its goal of...

‘Making a dent in the digital divide:’ T-Mobile US expands 5G home internet service

Most residents now eligible for the T-Mobile 5G home internet service either currently have no access or only one choice for home broadband T-Mobile US is extending its 5G home internet across the American South, a development that aligns with its ‘5G for all’ stance,...

Kagan: Why T-Mobile US should be concerned as cable expands in mobile

T-Mobile US said something surprising and perhaps worrisome. As the cable TV industry is showing wireless growth, T-Mobile US says they are not worried about them as a competitive threat. What is concerning is, Comcast Xfinity Mobile, Charter Spectrum Mobile and Altice Mobile are...

T-Mo seeks to tap developers: ‘Foster, fuel and fund’

T-Mobile US has set its sights on expanding its support for 5G ecosystem development, with a new developer platform, a new collaboration and testing facility and new partnerships with Disney StudioLab and Red Bull focused on 5G-driven entertainment and sports content creation. T-Mobile US...

#TBT: T-Mo intros video messaging; China limits CDMA; Cisco buys Linksys … this week in 2003

Editor’s Note: RCR Wireless News goes all in for “Throwback Thursdays,” tapping into our archives to resuscitate the top headlines from the past. Fire up the time machine, put on those sepia-tinted shades, set the date for #TBT and enjoy the memories! T-Mobile US launches...

As satellite companies clear out of C-Band, Verizon adding 5G coverage

Verizon paying SES $170 million to accelerate C-Band clearing Verizon in January activated its C-Band spectrum, won at auction in 2021, and immediately covered 100 million people with mid-band 5G. The year-end goal is to expand that coverage number to 175 million. And now, based...

T-Mobile US says almost 50% of traffic is carried on its 5G network

T-Mobile is pacing to increase enterprise market share to 20% by end-2025 Speaking this week at the Morgan Stanley Technology, Media and Telecom Conference, T-Mobile US executives tied network differentiation to opportunities in rural and smaller markets, and among enterprises and governments. According to Neville...

How is DISH approaching 5G monetization?

Competitors are focused on FWA and MEC as routes to 5G monetization With operators spending billions to deploy, package and sell connectivity-backed solutions, 5G monetization has moved front-and-center in operator's messaging. Verizon, for instance, recently laid out its three-year service revenue outlook and sees fixed...

#TBT: Once upon a different Sprint/T-Mobile deal; H-block auction underway; Verizon demos LTE Broadcast … this week in 2014

Editor’s Note: RCR Wireless News goes all in for “Throwback Thursdays,” tapping into our archives to resuscitate the top headlines from the past. Fire up the time machine, put on the sepia-tinted shades, set the date for #TBT and enjoy the memories! A Sprint/T-Mobile deal...

Crown Castle secured commitments for 50,000 new small cells in 2021: CEO

Crown Castle secured commitments for over 50,000 new small cell nodes during the last twelve months, which equates to approximately 70% of the total small cells the booked in its history prior to 2021, the company’s CEO Jay Brown said in a release. “As a...

T-Mo, CTIA put together business calling effort

Mobile network operators and federal regulators continue to fight to reduce the number of spam and scam robocalls that flood Americans' phones each year. But the flip side of blocking unwanted calls is, how do you ensure that wanted phone calls from legitimate businesses...

T-Mo, Halo set the pace with an autonomous 5G-connected car

Autonomous Halo pace car led the Autonomous Racecar Challenge during CES 2022 The line of sleek, Formula-One-style autonomous vehicles at the Las Vegas Motor Speedway took to the track one by one. Their small size and compressed cockpits were the major giveaways that these were...

Crown Castle aims to put on air 5,000 small cells this year: CFO

Crown Castle International expects to put 5,000 small cells on air in 2022, a similar level compared to the previous year, the company’s CFO Daniel Schlanger recently said at Citi's AppsEconomy Virtual Conference. The executive noted that the company expects the firm will be able...

T-Mo expects higher churn in ’22 from Sprint integration, migration

T-Mo's CFO on its three areas of focus this year T-Mobile US reported preliminary numbers on another strong quarter, but the carrier does expect to see higher churn during the course of 2022 as it turns down former Sprint network assets and migrates customer devices....

T-Mobile US inks deal with Crown Castle to expand 5G infrastructure

T-Mobile US and Crown Castle International have signed a new 12-year agreement to support the continued build-out of T-Mobile's nationwide 5G network with increased access to Crown Castle's towers and small cell locations. Under the terms of the agreement, T-Mobile US will further expand the...

Alaska Airlines picks T-Mobile as preferred carrier

Alaska Airlines has picked T-Mobile as its preferred wireless provider and will migrate most of its wireless business to the Un-carrier.

T-Mobile US: Ultra Capacity 5G reaches 200M

T-Mobile said that its Ultra Capacity 5G network now reaches 200 million people in the US, with 300 expected by the end of 2022.

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