T-Mobile has made a lot of noise in recent months about its 5G network expansion efforts and especially the integration of Sprint’s mid-band spectrum on top of its existing low-band infrastructure, but while there’s no denying Magenta’s plans look significantly better on paper than Verizon and AT&T’s scattered strategies, the reality is things haven’t evolved at the most impressive pace lately.
The expectations were much higher from “New T-Mobile”, which vowed to make its low-band 5G signal accessible to 97 percent of the American population, as well as cover 75 percent of the nation with faster mid-band technology, within three years of the aforementioned merger’s close in trying to get the deal across the finish line.
The mobile network operator sure has an “awful lot of work to do”, but at the same time, its track record suggests “accomplishing a great deal of network-related work quickly and efficiently” is not as difficult of a task as it sounds.
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